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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 23 May 1902

The SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. VIII, NO. 52 POLITICAL POT PIE. The political sensation of the hour is Governor Mcßride's recent declara tion of principles, given out for publi cation one day last week, which was a complete tirade against the railroads and corporations of this state. What ever else may be said of Governor Mc- Bride in this connection, it can be safely said that he is no political coward. He has clearly defined him self and gone on record as to what course he will pursue in the coming campaign. He has not only put him self on record as to what course he will pursue, but he has likewise put his friend Harold Preston on record as to what course he will pursue, and that course will be against railroads and corporations. Such a move is a big, bold one, and it will be either the making or the breaking of the Mc- Bride political ring and likewise result in either the winning or the ignomin ious defeat of Harold Preston the Unit ed States senatorial plum. * • ♦ It is being whis...

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. — 23 May 1902

TheZSeattle 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 Postoffice at Seattle as Second-class Mail Matter. Bona Fide Circulation 2,500 The office of The Seattle Republican is 313 A. W. Denny building, 1414 Second avenue. The Spokane Outburst is to be con-, gratulated on giving space to the po litical prognostications found in The Seattle Republican. "White supremacy" from civiliza tion's elite has been giving the Filipino savages a few living pictures of real civilization and its charms. Dugdale may be a cracker-jack base ballist, but some how or other his team always gets skinned, and that does not show up well on the diamond. Even the Southern Negro is refusing to be "regulated" any longer and forc ing it on him nolens volens is attended with alarming fatalities here of late. An early King county convention would be very much out of place and a most expensive o...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 23 May 1902

g ™! SUPERIOR COURT OF THE Mate of # Washington in and for the County of King. Louisa Scholpp, plain- Li n.VS- :■ lX W- BheUon and Jane Doe bhelton, his wife, whose Christian name is to plaintiff unknown, and all persons unknown, if any, having or claiming to nave an interest or estate in or to the hereinafter described real property, defen dants. + No. 35425- Notice and Summons The State of Washington to L. D W bheltoa and Jane Doe Shelton, his wife" whose Christian name is to plaintiff un- Known, who is the owner, or reputed owner of, and all persons unknown claiming to nave an interest or estate in and to the hereinafter described real property : You. + and each'of you. are hereby notified that the above named plaintiff, Louisa Seholpp. is the holder of two (2) certain delinquent tax certificates, numbered respec tively B. 11,293 and B. 11,294, issueTbv the treasurer of King County, Washington and embracing the following real nronertv' situate in King County, Washington P and mor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 23 May 1902

Political Pot Pie. Continued from page 1. the actual United States senator from Washington. Such a condition of af fairs, it seems to the Pie-maker, places Senator Foster in a most pitiable politi cal situation. • • • Those persons who listened to Hon. R. B. Albertson in Armory hall on Monday night prior to the late munici pal election and who have since that time been trying to figure out what he was trying to get at have doubtless concluded that "Alby" was all right after all, especially since he made such a rousing speech at the Norwegian celebration last Saturday. Alby was doubtless talking Norwegian at the Armory that night, and the average American, not being versed in that lan guage, could not understand it, and that is why so much complaint was made against Alby and his speech. The Pie-maker is of the opinion that it would not be a bad idea to send Alby to congress after all, for he could then get off one of his Norwegian speeches and the other members of congress would not ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 30 May 1902

The SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. IX, NO. 1 POLITICAL POT PIE. DR. J. J. SMITH Is first to announce his candidacy for state senator in the Thirty-second Legislative District. No one has come forward as yet to measure political arms with Dr. Smith for this nomination and it is not likely there will be any. After serving one term as a mem ber of the lower house of the Washington legislature he was elected to fill out the unexpired term of John Wooding, who had resigned the state senatorship of the district. In each branch of the legislature Dr. Smith has been a splendid success, and his constitu ents are well pleased with his record there. That perhaps more fully explains why he is without opposi tion and the senatorial district which he aspires to represent is politically dubbed the "Smith district." Dr. Smith is absolutely certain of nomination and election this year. The ideas advanced by the Pie maker in last week's issue of The Se attle Republican have met public ap proval in Seattle s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 30 May 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 Postoffice at Seattle as Second-class Mail Matter. Bona Fide Circulation 2,500 Hamilton, the Skagit county mur derer, was hanged last Friday, to the satisfaction of everybody in the North west. Accidents will happen in the best regulated families, as was shown in the recent mine explosion in British Columbia, where everything is said to be run just so. Unless the constructor's plans mis carry, Seattleites can run over on the Inter-Urban line by July 25th next and wake up the drowsy denizens of the sleepy old Tacoma town. The General Conference of the M. E. Church South, which is in session in Texas, doubless enjoyed the "nigger burning" that took place there a few days ago with Christian-like fervency. It may be "an act of God" to wilfully murder human beings because they are black, but such is doubted, and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 30 May 1902

IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington in and for the County of King. Louisa Scholpp. plain tiff, vs. L. D. W. Shetton and Jane Doe hhelton his wife, whose Christian name ib to plaintiff unknown, and all persons unknown, it any, having or claiming to have an interest or estate in or to the hereinafter described real property, defen dants. No. 35425. Notice and Summons. The State of Washington to L. D. W. Shelton and Jane Doe Shelton, his wife, whose Christian name is to plaintiff un known, who is the owner, or reputed owner of, and all persons unknown claiming to have an interest or estate in and to the hereinafter described real property : You, and each of you. are hereby notified thar the above named plaintiff. Louisa Scholpp. is the holder of two (2) certain delinquent tax certificates, numbered respec tively 11. 11,293 and B. 11,294, issued by the treasurer of King County, Washington and embracing the following" real property' situate in King County. Washington, and mo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 30 May 1902

NEW YORK FASHIONS. Boas the Rage—Gowns Both Dressy and UsUeful—Trimmings—Mitts — •Hosiery^Answers. Boas are undoubtedly the special rage of the season and come there fore in an almost limitless range as to color and style, material ranging from thin silk or net to tulle or chiffon and combinations of several gossamer fabrics, may be finished in lace. Dis tinguished examples are made entirely of crinkled silk leaves that flutter with every breath. Not unfrequently the boa is made to match the dress and hat and an elegant example in this style, is in pale gray foulard silk, showing black dots. The hat matches in pale gray chiffon with finish in black velvet baby ribbon, but the piece de resist ance, was the boa, that extremely fluf fy at the neck and reaching to the hem of the dress, was in pale gray chif fon edged with black velvet baby rib on. Boas that do not reach The Entire Length of the gown, are tolerated, but no woman who aspires to an extreme of fashion would have charity for...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 6 June 1902

'The SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. IX, NO. 2 DR. FRANK M. CARROLL Announces his intention to stand for the nomina tion for coroner of King County, subject to the ratifi cation of the Republican convention. Dr. Carroll is no stranger to the voters of Seattle, and he is well fitted for such duties as would devolve on him in that office. In the capacity of city health officer, which he has held for the past two years, he has served the public faithfully and well, and believes he will be doubly serviceable in the capacity of county coroner. It is generally supposed, and per haps even conceded, that all of the present county officers will be renomi nated, owing to the fact that they will be coming under the pale of the un written law that all officers who served the public well during their first terms are entitled to a second. Be lieving that this unwritten law will not be reversed by the Republicans in the coming convention, the present Republican officers have made no great effort to be ren...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 6 June 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 County Convention, June 27th. Politics is warming up a wee bit ■ just now. Chicago's labor troubles seem to be - meat and proper for. those who labor. Peace be still 'til De Wet gives Johnny Bull a bill of sale to South Africa. Talking about Winter lolly-gagging in the lap of Spring, it is even hanging heavily on the lap of Summer this year. ;i^- WV-- The Pike street celebration prom ises to detract from Moran's keel-lay ing to such an extent as to make it a complete failure. In electing Hon. Allen Weir presi dent of the Pioneers' Association, the members thereof acted wisely and showed their good taste. Col. Blethen got home from the East the other day, and the double-column, black-faced editorials in the Times was the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 6 June 1902

<■******* ***** * * * * ■!■ * *******»* **** * * * ****** ****** *** * » VO;% ■-—■-. -. ' ~ ■ ■■■:^i - i I SPOKANE POLITICS. I V 4 » it * ♦ft ■!' 'V * <■»■!■ *»*»>» l' *> » * » -g <■ * ■!■ * * ■!■ ***** ********* *****» »»» » * » SPOKANE, June 4.—Since the rail roads have commenced their fight against Gov. Mcßride and the Seattle politicians who are backing him, the people of Spokane are wondering when the roads will commence the same kind of a fight in this city. That the roads will do so no ore doubts. They will endeavor to have nominated and elected for the legislature men who will favor their cause. In fact, already they have given an indication of their purpose in their threat to take away the milling in transit rate from the flour mills in Spokane, which would come near to closing all of these big • and important institutions. It is be lieved here that this effort to deprive Spokane of this rate is but the first attempt of the roads to throw Spokane into line fo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 6 June 1902

GEORGE N. GILSON. "Please announce in the columns of The Seattle Republican that I am a candidate for a renomination for county commissioner for the Seattle district, subjeot of the approval of the coming Republican convention," came from County Commissioner Gilson one day this week. In asking for this nomination Mr. Gilson is asking for no more than do all good Republicans—a second term. He is ac tively out for the place and expects to win it hands down. CALL FOR COUNTY CONVENTION. The Republican County Central Commit tee has caused the following call for a County Convention June 27th inst. to be issued: /.•:- RESOLUTION. Be it resolved by the Republican County Central Committee of King County, that a Caucus and Primary of the Republicans in each of the voting precincts of King County I be, and the same are, hereby called in the manner hereinafter designated for the pur pose of selecting persons to represent said precincts respectively and delegates to a County Convention hereinaft...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 13 June 1902

>The SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. IX, NO. 3 W. A. CARLE. One of Seattle's best known business men an nounces his candidacy for the nomination for repre sentative from the 40th representative district. Po lite, politic and popular are winning characteristics of Mr. Carle and he will be both nominated and elected. He has taken active interest in his com munity fair and is always accorded a place of honor. CHARLES A. KOEPFLI. Is a candidate for re-election because he has served his constituents well for the past two years as County Clerk. Like Mr. Hoye, he stands on his rec ord as the chief recommendation for his renomfna tion. Even those who worked against Mr. Koepfli's nomination two years ago are now working for it simply because he has been a success. I Political Pot Pic I t t While Harold Preston was swinging around the circles the other day it is said that he happened through one of the coal mines in eastern Washing ton, and was invited to attend an impromptu meeting. Prior to his ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 13 June 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 Postoffice at Seattle as Second-class Mail Matter. Bona Fide Circulation 2,500 If you want the proper political in formation it is absolutely necessary for you to read The Seattle Republican. Move you that Gen. Miles be given a rest either by retirement or other wise, and the otherwise is preferable. Paul Underwood can be seen in most any old place just now except in the county jail where he ought to be seen. The Seattle Press Club will take next Saturday and Sunday off for the purpose of entertaining the Utah Press Club. "Dough is what we all need," says the Commonwealth. Yes, but it re quires a good deal of gaul to get the dough. It is said that Japan's most noted painter executes best when drunk Whether drunk or sober the work sent out by its artists all looks alike to us. You who have been speaking dis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 13 June 1902

I I SPOKANE POLITICS. j f - Spokane, June 11. —Senator Pres ton's icy reception by the people of Whitman county has been the sub ject of discussion and surprise east of the mountains during the past few days. The meeting at which he was to address the farmers of the Palouse country had been planned for weeks and was advertised like a circus, but only 170 persons attended. These were Democrats, Populists, Prohibi tionists, Socialists and Republicans, ver Hall made his speech, kqypyrk The senator made his speech and Oli ver Hall made his speech. Then Levi Ankeny was summoned by the court cryer and directed to come into court. But he was hundreds of miles away reading his latest interview in which he declared that he was not for any of the measures which the farmers of Whitman country are supposed to *\ost want. Then Senator Preston came to Spokane and wondered why he had not remained in Seattle. It was a frost. Since the meeting, Preston stock has taken a tumble in Eastern Wash ington...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 13 June 1902

LOCAL—PERSONAL. Rev. E. M. Mathews of Newcastle was a visitor to the city this week. The ladies vf the Quid Nunc Club picnicked at Green Lake last Wednes day. A specialist is in charge of Gold man's Optical Department, 901 Second Avenue. Rev. G. A. Bailey was down from Everett last Wednesday, returning the same day. Andrew R. Black has been elected as a delegate to the Baptist Sunday School convention which convenes at Spokane July 17th. The Great Northern has made a spe cial rate to the Baptist Association at Spokane in July. Watch this column next week for particulars. Mr. I. F. Norris is no longer a grass widower, his better half arrived Wed nesday from Guthrie, Oklahoma, with the rest of the family, and now Mr. Norris will you be good? A fare of one and one-fifth has been made by the N. P. for those wishing to attend the A. ML E. conference at Portland in August. For further in formation address Rev. Scott, 1522 Fourteenth avenue, or Seattle Repub lican. Gustave B. Aldrich, a ri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 20 June 1902

The SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. IX, NO. 4 PROF. W. G. HARTRANFT Who has so satisfactorily held the position of super intendent of public schools for King County for the past two years, announces his candidacy for renomi nation, subject to the Republican county convention, and there is no doubt that he will be unanimously nominated, as no one else is aspiring for the nomina tion. It can be truthfully said that King County never had a more faithful, -painstaking and successful superintendent of public schools than Prof. W. G. Hartranft, and the voters would do well to elect him for a third and even a fourth term if he desired it, much less a second term. HON. W. T. SCOTT, Who will be nominated for prosecuting attorney next Friday by the Republicans in convention assem bled, is one of Seattle's ablest lawyers, and in making this statement it is by no means mere claptrap plati tudes said for the purpose of pleasing Mr. Scott, with no regard for its truthfulness. As corporation coun sel for ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 20 June 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 Postoffice at Seattle as Second-class Mail Matter. Bona Fide Circulation ....2,500 Wooding up is what the Republican ship of King County is doing just now. The politician who has not got his ear to the ground these days has sud denly been struck deaf. It will be time enough for Seattle to look after the senatorial fight when Bhe will have secured a congressional nomination. Someone has very truthfully re marked: "While the under dog usually has the sympathy of the crowd, the one on top gets the gate receipts." Because King Edward got cold feet Saturday the snobs liked to have gone wild lest that this piece of royalty might die before his coronation circus came off. It is estimated that there are at least 30,000,000 acres of land in Cuba covered by dense forests, which is about half of the entire acreage of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 20 June 1902

£***hMhH*********"****4**hHh* * ******* * * **************** I SPOKANE • POLITICS. !] SPOKANE POLITICS. i T O II j I y i* - . . * **a* »* * i, » ■!« *>? .;.<;.» >v <■»»!■» «<, .1. ** * >!■ * ******* ** ********<■ Spokane, June~iß.—For a week past the senatorial aspirants of the state, or at least two or three of them, have i been organizing their forces in Spo- i kane County. Politicians for the first! time in months are beginning to ad- j mit that they really have a choice for senator. The chaos and confusion are being dispelled and for the first time since the appointment of C. B. Hopkins to the position of United States mar shal and the surprise which followed that movement of Senator Foster's, the political workers are taking sides lor the big fight which is to come when the next state legislature meets. It is no longer impossible to find men who will declare frankly that they are for Mr. Ankney or for Mr. Wilson or for some of the other aspirants. And in th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 20 June 1902

PERSONAL. a Mr. J. A. Bell was a visitor from \ Everett this week. , H. G. Stimmell, of Spokane, was \ seen on the streets this week. i Lawrence Sledge, of Tacoma, was ! in the city Monday on legal business. Miss Lillian Dingle, formerly con nected with the Seattle Republican as stenographer, is in the city from Buckle. J. A. Williams, the well known at torney, formerly of Spokane, was at Franklin last week, where he defend ed a miner for assault and battery. lit Zion Baptist Church services on Cherry street, near Seventh, 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Prayer meeting Wed nesday evening at 8 p. m. Wm. Ham mond, pastor. It is expected that a number of Ros lynites will come on to Seattle and join the delegation here, thus making a large crowd, to journey to Spokane to attend the Baptist convention. A public baptizing will take place at Madrona Park July the Gth, imme diately after the regular morning ser vices of the Zion Baptist Church. Rev. Wm. Hammond has two converts to immerse. Take James ...

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