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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 27 June 1902

The SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. IX, NO. 5 ! Political Pot Pic i The first convention gun of the sea son has been fired at Walla Walla, and the Republicans of that county have indorsed the candidacy of Hon. Levi Ankeny for United States senator, and the nominees for the legislature are pledged to do all within their power to bring about his election. The Walla Walla convention is to be fol lowed by the King county convention, which will doubtless indorse the can didacy of Hon. Harold Preston for United States senator, and these two candidates having spoken through their Republican county conventions, will endeavor to do whatever they can in the way of trading to aid their candidacies for the honorable position they seek. The early convention idea was first brought into operation by John L. Wilson when in 1900 Spokane county held its county convention in June, and Mr. Wilson, between that time and the time of holding the state convention, successfully traded with other counties to the ext...

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. — 27 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. Rona Fide Circulation 2,500 The Underwood case has reached the stage where the "evidence liar" has begun to work both ends against the middle. Ping Pong Collins is a failure among Republican politicians. His North Carolina tricks in politics do not serve him well in Seattle. Matt Quay may be a "dead one," but he shuffled around pretty lively the ether day in the Pennsylvania state convention for a corpse. Cleveland and Bryan, two distin guished Democrats, don't take much stock in the political harmony cup and especially among Democrats. What's the matter with Henry Cole, the Denver real estate dealer, who re cently endowed the Metthodist Epis copal Church with $350,000? Is he not all right? When sorm 2,000 young Christian Endeavorers get together as they hav...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 27 June 1902

SPOKANE POLITICS. SPOKANE, June 25—The past week has been a quiet one politically in Spokane. No unexpected deals have been made, no disturbing combina tions have been announced. There has been some discussion over the best date for the county convention and individual candidates have been sawing wood most vigorously. Up to lecently there was a general feeling that it would be desirable to hold the county convention as late as possible —either the last of August or even the first week of September. This would give the farmers a chance to finish harvest before the convention. But as the conventions in other coun ties are being held and announced they become contagious, so that now the politicians are beginning to grow anxious to have the ball started in Spokane county. Some of the can didates, too, are commencing to talk in favor of an early convention and hope to see it in order to give them what they think will be a better chance. The county central commit tee meets today and if it...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 27 June 1902

PERSONAL. Miss Lillian Bailey is in this city from Everett to spend a portion of the heated term with her parents. Mr. J. W. Bradford of Roslyn, Wash., is in the city, where he plans to spend the remainder of the sum mer months. Mr. and Mrs. Lee A. Sanders and Mrs. Gibson's children came over from Roslyn last Wednesday with the view of making Seattle their home. Mr. Willy Harris, formerly of New Castle, but later of the Hotel Seattle, is how at the Portland, Portland, Or. Seattle's loss is Portland's gain. The Sunday schools of the A. M. E. Church and the Zion Baptist Church will give their annual picnic at Pleas ant Beach on Thursday, July 10, 1902. A match game of baseball between Se attle and Tacoma teams will be played. Miss Emma Houston Cayton is home from the St. Mary's Academy and Col-, lege for the summer. The school opens again in September and dur ing the summer she has made many plans as to the spending of her va cation. Mr. John F. Boyer of Everett pass ed through the ci...

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

The SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. IX, NO. 6 Results of Republican County Convention CONVENTION CATCHES. Did the convention rush the Can? Half the number of delegates would have done equally well. * .Ie convention had Piles of advice waen it wandered from the straight and narrow way. In future the country delegates should stay in their seats until the convention adjourns. The Hart of tne convention still pal pitates from Democratic uisease. Ine omnipresent Smith family was well represented. as predicted by the Republican, W. T. Scott was a convention favorite. Tne Clancys may not be Republican bosses, but they did not loose many of the men they advocated. If Billy Inglis resigned his position to be a candidate for county clerk, he can now resign himself to his fate. In selecting Dr. Burdett as sergeant at-arms the proposition certainly car ried weight with it. Dr. Carroll was not nominated, but Dr. Hoye now knows he is not as popu lar as he thought he was. No king was to be coronated, but ...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 4 July 1902

The Seattle Republican ' i 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 American Eagle. This is the day we scream. , Grand, glorius, old Fourth! You are as dear to the American heart today as a century ago. Ixmg live the Fourth!! Uncle Sam has ignored the latest fashion fad among the genteel, and has flatly refused to purchase for him self a Panama. If Cleveland, in outling the Demo cratic policy for 1904, is vague, Bryan's is desultory, which leaves Democracy between the devil and the deep sea. It may be true that City Park is Volunteer Park, but no one save a few volunteers seem to know or pay any attention to it even if they know it. Now that Detective Wapenstein has again taken up the official cudgel, The Republican feels safe in predict ing that the fur 1° going to ily. in less than a fortnig...

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

SPOKANE POLITICS. Spokane, July 2.—The Tom Warren political manipulators who are organ izing a machine in Spokane county, by the operations of which they hope to secure the legislative delegation lor Levi Ankney, are copying the meth ods which they have for years accused the Wilson machine of using and are indorsing certain .candidates for all the offices in the county no matter how little these positions may have to do with the senatorial fight. John L. Wilson, rightfully or wrongfully, has been accused of nominating and electing Sheriff Doust in opposition to C. A. Cole, who was an anti-Wilson man. Therefore Mr. Warren is oppos ing the renomination of Mr. Doust and is throwing the Ankney support to Constable Rolla Harbard, who is also a candidate for sheriff. For prosecut ing attorney Mr. Warren has brought out E. If. Heyburn because Prosecut ing Attorney Kimball refuses to sub mit to his dictation. Auditor Hubbard who is a candidate for the nomination of county treasurer, is like...

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

PERSONAL. Paul Alexander, of Spokane, Wash., is In the city looking for a business location. Don't forget the grand union picnic, A. M. E. and Mt. Zion Sunday schools, July 10th, Pleasant Beach. The Hawks will give a grand picnic at Green Lake on July 10th. As the Hawks are always a jolly lot, a good time is anticipated. Mrs. A. Donaldson, of Roslyn, presi dent of the S. M. T., was in the city last week, en route to Everett, Wash., for a few days on business. Mt. Moriah Baptist church, on Cher ry street, near Seventh —Services Sunday, preaching 11 a. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening. Rev. Wm. Hammond, pastor. Mr. J. A. Williams, one of Seattle's most energetic Afro-American lawyers, is doing business in Spokane, his for mer home, this week. B. F. Tutt has enlarged his place on Western Avenue and added a neat bathroom in connection with his shop. The business is here and Tutt evi dently intends to get it. Rev. J. P. Brown (formerly of Spo kane), pastor of tne Baptist church of Ros...

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

The SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. IX, NO. 7 POLITICAL POT - PIE The Federal appointments of the state Jiave all been practically made and the most of the appointees have taken charge of their respective offices and things are moving on the same as they were a year ago. Glancing over the list of appointments to one well acquainted with the political checker board of the state a most peculiar and spectacular scene pre sents itself. It is a well-known fact that the state of Washington is divid ed into many political factions so far as the Republican party is concerned, and in filling the various pbsitions the president has evidently had an elye single to throwing a bit of sop to each and every faction in the state. • • • The collector of customs, perhaps, the most lucrative office in the state, was given to the John L. Wilson fac tion and Hon. C. E. Ide was named by the president to succeed Mr. Huestis. Mr. Ides confirmation was held up for quite a while by Senator Foster, more for the purpo...

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

The Seattle Republican • j Established May, 1894. H. R. Cayton Editor Susie Revels Cayton Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year f2.00 Six Months 1.00 Three Months 60 Entered at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second-class Mall Matter. Bona Fide Circulation 2,500 Buying an extra daily newspaper is like buying an exploded fire cracker, as you can only see signs of the real thing. The calling out of the militia in order to take Harry Tracy is another bad break on the part of the chief executive of this state. "Where shall wisdom be found?" asked a well-known bookworm. We suspect that the only safe place to find it just now is at some summer resort. President Roosevelt goes right on popularizing himself with the voting masses, the opposition of the politi cians to the contrary notwithstanding. Aguinaldo has been given his liberty by Congress. "Now let the "down east aunties" donate sufficient money to bring him to the States for campaign purposes. If it be true that Protestantism is makin...

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

SPOKANE POLITICS. SPOKANE, July 9.—One week from the appearance of this issue of The Republican the Spokane county Repub lican convention will be over and the ticket will be before the people for inspection. It is scarcely probable that any new candidates will appear from now on. The rank and file of the party think there are enough can didates in the field already. After all, the early convention is giving gen eral satisfaction. The defeated as pirants will be pleased to have it over if they must lose, and they will have ample time before election to forgive themselves for ever entering the race and wil be ready to take off their coats and push for the success of the ticket. That the Republicans of the county will gather in a big victory, is now the general belief. Even the Democrats are showing that they do not expect to win this fall. During the week a new club has been organized in Spokane. It is a political club, too, and promises big things. It is called the Theodore Roosevelt...

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

POLITICAL POT PIE. Continued from Ist page, now, ninety per cent of them will be anti-Mcßride before the setting of the next state contention. • • • Within the past thirty days no less than a baker's dozen of what were formerly prominent Democrats and Populists have announced their inten tion to affiliate with the Republican party in the future. First came Judge W. H. White, who is commonly known as War Horse White, and announced his intention to support the Republican party at the polls this fall. Judge White never before affiliated with the Republican party. Then came Cor win S. Shank, who has been one of the most active and energetic Demo cratic politicians in this state ever since he has been a man, and he too declared that he would in the future act with the Republicans. Then fol lowed Lee Hart and John Hart, each of whom has been more or less poli tical leaders in the Democratic and Populist parties, and they have not only announced their intentions of being Republicans in the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 18 July 1902

The SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. IX, NO. 8 POLITICAL POT - PIE So many conflicting reports were sent out from Colt'ax concerning the recent comity convention there that the Pie-maker was lead to believe that the convention had absolutely tailed to indorse Governor Mcßride's rail road commission bill. And, laboring under the misapprehension, he was prompted to comment on that fact in such a way as to lead many to believe that the Mcßride-Prestou forces had been routed hip and thigh in their own bailiwick. This statement was mis leading, in fact an error, for the Whit man county Republican convention not only indorsed Governor Mcßride's ideas so far as the railroad commis sion is concerned, but it passed a sub sequent resolution instructing its nominees for the legsilature, in case they were elected, to vote for no man for the United States senate who did not support a railroad commission bill, which was in effect the indorsing of Harod Preston of King county for United States senator. In ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 18 July 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 Tracy did not get Sheriff Cudihee, but the latter's friends were nervously uneasy at times as to his safety. Senator Joe Bailey would be a splen did representative to a Mexican bull fight held under the auspices of real Mexican "greasers." This may be the age in which "lying is decaying," as suggested in the Ta coma Ledger, but no one would be lieve it by reading the Ledger. Carrie Nation, of smashing fame, has joined issues with Dowie, Elijah 11., and the brace are now operating in Chicago. If the sinful city on the lakes is not saved now, religious crazies can't save it. While the sudden illness of King Edward VII. is to be regretted, yet the abandonment of the coronation pagan was a blessing in disgiues to civiliza tion in ge...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 18 July 1902

SPOKANE POLITICS. SPOKANE, July 16.—The predic tions made a week ago concerning the Republican county convention which meets Friday of this week can be re iterated with still more certainty at this time. The best information is that John L. Wilson is playing master ly politics, while his opponents are weakening rather than growing in strength. Everything at the present writing looks toward the success of Wilson at the primaries. He probably will have an ample working majority in the convention, will be able to or ganize, and will nominate the legisla tive tickets he chooses. There is no rea son to think more than one or two anti- Wilson men will secure places on the legislative ticket. Perhaps he will be able to defeat them all. As to the county ticket, he claims that he is not interfering in any manner. During the week two legislative po sitions already have practically been determined upon. These are the two candidates for senator in the only two districts of the county which will...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 18 July 1902

PERSONAL. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hawkins have moved to their new home on Summit avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Henry High, of St. Paul, are spending their vacation in Seattle. Mrs. M. B. Mason entertained Rev. Gordon McPherson at dinner last Mon day evening. Mr. H. L. Scott, of Oakland, Cali fornia, is visiting with friends in the city this week. Mr. J. H. Ryan, field agent and gen eral solicitor for The Seattle Repub lican, is attending to business in con nection with the paper in Spokane this week. Mrs. Cayton and two children, Miss Emma, Mrs. Gayton, Mrs. Tutt, Mrs. Robinson and Mrs. Shelton are enjoy ing a camping outing at Pleasant Beach. The largest crowd of colored folk ever seen together was the result of the Union Sunday School picnic Thursday, July 10th, at Pleasant Beach. Because "she loves him so" neither he nor she can even exercise good judgment or use common discretion when they are out in company. Poor, silly souls. Mr. Dan Miles, of Duluth, Minne sota, is in the city. Mr. Miles' ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 25 July 1902

The SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. IX, NO. 9 POLITICAL POT - PIE All the big counties in the state, with the exception of Pierce, have held their Republican conventions and the latter will perhaps hold its convention about the 27th of August. The ea'ly convention idea originated from the belief that if the large counties held their conventions and pursued a cer tain course, it would influence the smaller counties and they would seek an alliance with the larger counties and thereby this or that faction could the more easily control the state con vention. Walla Walla held the first county convention and it flatly refused to consider the railroad commission bill, but it enthusiastically endorsed Hon Levi Ankney for United States senator and. as no other county has pursued a similar course, it can be safely said that Mr. Ankney will be the railroad candidate for United States senator before the next legis lature. King county followed in the wake of Walla Walla as to holding an early convention...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 25 July 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. P.ona Fide Circulation 2,500 Henry Waterson says Cleveland is a fraud. Cleveland could say with ' equal truthfulness that Waterson is without sufficient ingenuity to even be a fraud. European royalty may not be in its dotage, but from the number of degen erates that are reported among the various royal families of Europe one would get that impression. From the Associated Press dispatch es it is said that the Father of Waters in this country has started out on a career all the same Tracy and sweeps everybody down that tries to intercept its wild escape. It looks now as though the effort of Cleveland to save the country from Bryanism and the efforts of Bryan to save the country from Clevelandism may both prove successful.—Topeka State Journal. If it is the int...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 25 July 1902

SPOKANE POLITICS. Spokane, July 23. —One of the most interesting Republican conventions ev er held in Spokane county took place last Friday. Two weeks ago The Re publican predicted the outcome of the convention and in absolutely every particular the predictions came true. To every interested citizen the first question is, did John L. Wilson carry the primaries and control the conven tion? He did and it may be written in big letters. He controlled the con vention and secured without serious opposition the adoption of a plank most rigidly binding the delegation from Spokane county to support his candidacy for United States senator. The prediction was made two weeks ago and repeated one week ago that not more than two of the twelve nomi nees for both houses of the legislature would be anti-Wilson. As a matter of fact there were exactly two anti- Wilson men nominated but they now are bound to the cause of the ex-sena tor by the general endorsement passed by the convention. The two men i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 25 July 1902

PERSONAL. Mr. J. H. Ryan is expected home next week. Rev. J. L. Allen of Portland is visit ing in the city. A specialist in optics is in charge of Goldman's Optical Department, 901 Second Avenue. *** Mr. J. P. Ball, r., who has been sojourning in Roslyn for some time, is again at home with his son, Hon. J. P. Ball. Jr. The Willing Workers of the A. M. E. Church on Fourteenth Avenue will give an entertainment at the church next Tuesday evening. Mr. J. A. Williams has returned from Spokane. He was present at the late county convention there and saw the animal as it really was. Rev. N. D. Hartsfield, pastor in charge of the Newcastle-Franklin cir cuit of the A. M. E. church, was a visitor to the city last Tuesday. Messrs. Tutt & Gayton have opened up a bath room in connection with their barber shop and cordially invite you to their establishment for tonsor ial treatment. Mrs. Sam Brown went to Seattle Monday to join her husband, who is now employed there. She was accom panied as fa...

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