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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 5 September 1902

The SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. IX, NO. 14 SPOKANE COUNTY SENATORIAL RESOLUTION. "We request and ittfitrvct the Re publican senators and representatives from Spokane county nominated by this convention to prior conventions, to give their unwavering and loyal support to the candidacy of the Hon. John L. Wilson for the United States senate. To this proposition we invite the cordial co-operation of the com mercial, industrial and agricultural in terests of Spokane county, calling their attention to the fact that if Spokane county and the territory contiguous thereto is to have a representative in the United States senate that man must be a Republican. "Spokane county, in wealth, popula tion and the variety of its interests, is today the most important center in Eastern Washington. Its interests are, DELEGATES STATE CONVENTION. Adams. Eugene Lorten, John F. Irby, A. J. Hooper, E. D. Gilson, W. H. Tuggle, H. E. Merriman. Asotin. D. T. Welch, M. J. Garrison, F. C. Morrison, J. F. Chrisman, W....

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 5 September 1902

The Seattle Republican Established May, 1894. _..■■■. _^y_.^. - - ... 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.una Fide Circulation 2,500 THE TICKET. Indorsed for limed States senator - HAROLD PRESTON Indorsed for congress WILL K. HUMPHREY COUNTY TICKET. * I •■or sheriff JOHN WOODING 1 or auditor GEORGE LAMPING For treasurer J. W. McCONNAUGHEY lor clerk «'. A. KOEPFLI For prosecuting attorney W. T. SCOTT lor coroner I>R. t\ K. HOVE i or assessor JOHN W. PETER For superintendent ■of schools / . W. G. HARTRANFT For surveyor. P. F. WRIGHT For superior judge. ..GEORGE K. MORRIS For county commissioner, North dis trict P. J. SMITH For county commissioner, Seattle dis trict CHARLES BAKER For justice of the peace T. 11. CANN and R. R. GEORGE For constable SAMUEL KAUFFMAN For wreckmaster W. J. WALLACE LEGISLATIVE TICKET. * Thirtieth Senatorial Di...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 5 September 1902

POLITICAL POT - PIE .j-+-j"!"M"J"W-* Call for Republican State Convention. The Republican state convention for Washington is heieby called to meet at the city of Tacoma on Wed nesday, September lU, 1902, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., for the pur pose of placing in nomination three candidates for Congress and one can didate for the State Supreme Court, and lor the transaction of such other business as may properly come before said convention. The basis of representation will be two delegates at large for each county and one delegate for each 100 votes or fraction of 50 or more cast in each «ounty lor J. M. Frink, Republican candidate for governor at the general election of lyuo, the apportionment for each county being as follows: Frink Dele- County— vote, gates. Adams 383 6 Asotin 350 6 Chelan 485 7 Chehalis 1,648 18 Clallam 622 8 Clarke 1,517 17 Columbia 835 10 Cowlitz 1,104 13 Douglas 444 6 Ferry 350 6 Franklin 39 2 Garneld 452 7 Island 240 4 Jefferson 599 8 King 8,801 90 Kitsap...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 5 September 1902

B. H. MORGAN. GEORGE WASHINGTON STETSON. Originator of An Invention Through Which Sawmill Work Has Been Revolutionized. "Stetson and success" are regarded as synonymous terms in the business life of Seattle when there is a great task to be accomplished in this city. George W. Stetson is always found in the fore and his name inspires other nren to greater effort. Locating in Se attle in 1875, he formed a partnership with J. J. Post, when they established a sash and door factory which ap pears in the accompanying cut. From that meager beginning they gradually increased their plant until fifteen years ago they increased their establish ment to its present size, and then be gan the manufacturing of all kinds of ltimber. The output of their estab lishment at this time is 600,000 feet of lumber per day. Of this company Mr. George W. Stetson is the presi dent. He is also president of the Puget Sound Lumber Company. Mr. Stetson was the first to manufacture cedar doors at Seattle, the first ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 5 September 1902

B. H. MORGAN. GEORGE WASHINGTON STETSON. Originator of An invention Through Which Sawmill Work Has Been Revolutionized. "Stetson and success" arc regarded as synonymous terms in the business life of Seattle when there is a great task t<i be accomplished in this city. George \Y. Stetson is always found in the idle ;m<! his name inspires other men to greater effort. Locating in Se attle in IST."), he formed a partnership with .1. .1. i'nsi. when they established a sasli and door factory which ap pears in the accompanying cut. From that meager beginning they gradually increased their plant until fifteen years ago they increased their establish ment to its present size, and then lie- the manufacturing of ail Kinds of lumber. The output of (heir estab lishment at this time is iJimi^mhi feet of lumber per day. Of this company Mr. (Jeoige \V. Stetson is the presi dent, lie is also president of the Puget ■ ledar iid. at !■ iisi 11!< ■ t ; i 1.-1: H«■ is 1111• illv<->:ll<&g...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 12 September 1902

The SEATTLE REPUBLICAN*^ VOL. IX, NO. 15 McBRIDE WINS HIS FIGHT fhe Republican state convention, which convened in Tacoma last Wednes day, will go down in party history as a most memorable one, owing to the fact that a battle royal was waged between the politicians and the Mcßride politi clans, The Seattle Republican to the contrary notwithstanding, won the day. CONVENTION NOMINEES. Supreme Judge—H. E. HADLEY. Congressmen at Large—WESLEY L. JONES, FRANCIS W. CUSH MAN, WILL E. HUMPHREY. Chairman State Central Committee— HON. ELLIS MORRISON, Seattle. REPUBLICAN PLATFORM. We, the Republican party of the State of Washington, in convention assem bled, adopt the Following platform: "hi common with the good people of all the earth we mourn the untimely death <>f our great leader and president, William McKinley. His character, his achievements and his fame belong to no party, to no state and to no country. They are the common heritage of all humanity, and will ever rest as a sacred be...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 12 September 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. Kona Fide Circulation 2,500 THE TICKET. Indorsed for United States senator HAROLD PRESTON Indorsed for congress WILL E. HUMPHREY COUNTY TICKET. For sheriff. JOHN WOODING For auditor GEORGE LAMPING For treasurer J. W. McCONNAUGHEY For clerk C. A. KOEPFLI For prosecuting attorney W. T. SCOTT For coroner DR. C. E. HOVE For assessor JOHN W. PETER For superintendent of schools W. G. HARTRANFT For surveyor p. F. WRIGHT For superior judge. . .GEORGE E. MORRIS For county commissioner, North dis trict P. J. SMITH For county commissioner, Seattle dis trict CHARLES BAKER For justice of the peace T. 11. ('ANN and R. R. GEORGE For constable.. SAMUEL KAUFFMAN For wreckmaster W. J. WALLACE LEGISLATIVE TICKET. Thirtieth Senatorial District DR. J. J. SMITH Thirty-first Senat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 12 September 1902

TALES OF THE TOWN Th.? iate Governor Rogers was mis taken when he said "the single tax theory v.ay a tad and would wear out in about five years,' lor some of the followers cf Henry George in Seattle have been advocating the single tax idea ici more than that length of time and apparently have not grown weary o. advancing a cause that is so im practicable, and one might say ridicul ous and ( ac that it must be known will never he put into effect. Since the death of Henry George the Seattle single taxers meet once a year to com memorate his memory, and the meet ing for 1902 occurred on Tuesday of this week. A number of short ad dresses were made and much interest was manifested in favor of the vigor t us prosecution of a theory that is so much lacking in good judgment and sound common sense that it puzzles the mind to understand how so many apparent y well balanced minds are enlisted in its cause. There is one good thing connected with this fad, however, and that is it is harmless. It...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 12 September 1902

Ww WW The south bound train on the Illinois Central railroad neared Cairo. The hour had almost reached midnight. Drowsy passengers slept in the many various positions that can be assumed only by persons trying to sleep in comfort in a day coach. Every seat was taken and to hasty observation the coach was wrapt in slumber, closer notice and there would be found a young woman in the rear of the car who still sat in drowsy wakelulness. She appeared to be about thirty years of age. The beauty of her face lay more in the expression of her features than the form of the same, for they savored entirely too much of the masculine to be beautiful from a feminine point of view. There was something lofty, however, and kind —a something that inspired ready confidence, to be seen in the lady's lace as she shifted her position on the seat which she occupied alone, or restlessly turned her head, as she did quite frequently now, as if swayed between conflicting emotions. Such was the atmosphere of th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 19 September 1902

The SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. IX, NO. 16 THE DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Judge of the Supreme Court—Judge James B. Reavis, of Vakima. For Congressmen-at-Large—George F. Cotterill, of King; O. R. Holcomb, of Adams; Frank B. Cole, of Tacoma. 1 he Democratic state convention, after a most stormy session, finally adjourned after placing the above named ticket in the field to combat with the overwhelming Republican majorities in this state. James F. Bell, the well-known Fverett Democrat, who was hrst nominated by the convention, declined to accept the nomination after the convention had adjourned, and though he placed his party in a most embarrassing position, he absolutely refused to reconsider his declination. The Democrats believed that Mr. Bell would make the strongest race, owing to the fact~that the northwest was somewhat disgruntled at the treatment ac corded it by the late Republican convention, and Mr. Bell be lieved as much, but after the Democrats placed the appointive railroad commis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 19 September 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 THE TICKET. Indorsed for United States senator HAROLD PRESTON Indorsed for congress WILL E. HUMPHREY COUNTY TICKET. For sheriff .JOHN WOODING For auditor GEORGE LAMPING For treasurer J. W. McCONNAUGHEY For clerk C. A. KOEPFLI For prosecuting attorney W. T. SCOTT For coroner DR. C. E. HOVE For assessor JOHN W. PETER For superintendent of schools W. G. HARTRANFT For surveyor P. F. WRIGHT For superior judge. . .GEORGE E. MORRIS For county commissioner, North dis trict P. J. SMITH For county commissioner, Seattle dis trict CHARLES BAKER For justice of the peace T. H. CANN and R. R. GEORGE For constable SAMUEL KAUFFMAN For wreckmaster W. J. WALLACE LEGISLATIVE TICKET. Thirtieth Senatorial District DR. J. J. SMITH Thirty-first ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 19 September 1902

ITEMS OF INTEREST Senator A. J. Beveridge. of Indiana, has opened the Republican campaign in California by delivering in Sun i b'l&ncisco last Monday night <.ne cf his characteristic campaign speeches: Senator Beveridge is considered one of the most convincing public orators new living, especially in the United States, and his arraignment cf the Democratic party lust Monday compar ed favorably with his former efforts along that line. He is campaigning the statt- in Lhe interests of Geo. C. Pardee, the gubernatorial nominee, and the other Republican state nominees. V was necessary that the Republicans or that state import some of the best speakers of the country for their cam paign owing to the fact that the party hi almost spit in twain ever factional differences. The great forest he which has raged over parts of Oregon and Washington lor the past week or more is per haps the most destructive of its kind ilia, has ever before been reported in the United States. Some thirty ei...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 19 September 1902

Booker T. Washington President (From The Colored American.) Two hundred and eighty-three years ago the history of the Negro in America began on the banks of the James River in the State of Virginia. He was then a slave. Today the descendants of those Negroes again assembled upon the banks of this his toric river, in the city of Richmond—as bankers, manufacturers, editors, farmers, merchants and mechanics, representing every class of agricultural, industrial and professional life. The dark skinned people who appeared here in 1619 were the chained creat ures of others, penniless and friendless. The two hundred dele gates who assembled today are members of the National Negro Business League, representing the best thought and morals of the 10,000,000 souls that now constitute our population. They are educated, distinguished in bearing, comfortably provided with the comforts of life, and have homes of their own, free from a control not of their personal choice, citizens of the greatest r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 26 September 1902

' The SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. IX, NO. 17 As superior judge of this county George E. Morris may, as said the Argus a lew weeks ago, live down the fact that his father was a Methodist preacher tu.d make a most excellent judicial, his early ministerial training to the contrary not withstanding. There is no more noble calling on earth than that of a preacher, and Mr. Morris' father having been a preacher the public can satisfy itself that the boy was started out properly in his early lite, and he has remained in the proper course ever since, and when he will have been declared one oi the supreme judges of King county, the judiciary roster of this state will have no purer nor better man among its number than Mr. Morris. For the past twelve years he has been more or less prominent in the public affairs of this county. He has conducted himself becom ingly and in ev ery way made an ideal citizen and stands high in his profession. One's past record in the community in which he has so long li...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 26 September 1902

The Seattle Republican Established May, 1894. H. R. Cayton Editor Susie Revels Cayton Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year .: $2.00 Srx Months 1.00 Three Months 60 Entered at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second-class Mail Matter. Bona Fide Circulation 2,500 THE TICKET. Indorsed for United States senator HAROLD PRESTON Indorsed tor congress WILL E. HUMPHREY COUNTY TICKET. For sheriff JOHN WOODING tor auditor GEORGE LAMPING For treasurer J. w. McCONNAUGHEY b., ov Llerk CA. KOEPFLI for prosecuting attorney W. T SCOTT For coroner ur c. E. HO YE tor assessor JOHN W. PETER For superintendent of schools .... W. G. HARTRANFT For Burveyor P. p. WRIGHT tor superior judge. . .GEORGE E. MORRIS for county commissioner, North dis trict p. j. SMITH I'or county commissioner. Seattle dis _ trict CHARLES BAKER tor justice of the peace. T. H. CANN and R. R. GEORGE tor constable SAMUEL KAUFFMAN For wreckmaster W. J. WALLACE LEGISLATIVE TICKET. Thirtieth Senatorial District _, DR. J. J. SMITH Thirty-n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 26 September 1902

TALES OF THE TOWN "An idea has struck me," said a well known Seattleite one day this week, 'Why would it not be a splendid thing for the state of Washington to elect Harold Prestion United States senator and to select E. M. Carr, his law part ner, as his bouncer. To me it would be a capital idea. If any of the sen ators should object to any bill pre sented by Preston he could call upon his partner and bouncer to throw the objecting senators out of the capitol and the others seeing that would at once vote for Mr. Preston's bills and Seattle might be able by that means to get very important measures through the Senate. I am prompted to say this because 1 saw by the morning paper that Gen. Carr cleaned out a saloon one day this week, single handed and alone, and then 1 call to mind a number of other street fights that Mr. Carr has been mixed up in, and though he frequently gets pretty bady battered up, yet he, for the most part, holds his own. I think that Se attle couldn't do a better...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 26 September 1902

LINCOLN HON. I. F. NORRIS. ..The speaker of the day at the Emancipation cele bration, Mr. Norris, has concluded to take up the "white man's burden" and consequently will be heard in the Republican campaign 'ere its close. EMANCIPATION DAY AT LESCHI. A Fitting Celebration of an Event That Ushered in a New Regime, and Gave Civilization a Heritage of Freedom. ■ (By J. H. Ryan.) In the pavilion at beautiful Leschi Park, on the shore of Lake Washing ton, one thousand persons of a mixed audience assembled to do homage to the 40th anniversary of the emancipa tion of the Negro. There are those that hold that the Negro as a race was not emancipated until the first of the year following the date of the issuance of that immortal manuscript. Be that as it may, such trifles as that did not deter this committee from pull ing off this celebration. The stage was handsomely fes tooned with the national colors and portraits of Roosevelt, Lincoln, John J Brown, Hancock, McKinley, Booker T. I Washingto...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 3 October 1902

The SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. IX, NO. 18 HON. JOHN WOODING. Not exactly a native son of King county, but very, very near it, for he was but a mere strippling of a lad when first he pitched his tent in the towering timbers of the White River Valley, and here year after year, by the side of his pio neer neighbors, he has gone on hewing out a midst the giants of the forest and the jungles of the underbrush. John Wooding was a brave young lad and just as plucky as he was brave for should- enng so grave a re sponsibility as he did. His splendid country home at present on the very spot where he first cast his lot in King county some thirty years ago, is a living evidence of both his bravery and his pluck. John Wood ing's splendid record for five years as coun ty commissioner of King county, his splendid record as state senator for six years at Olympia, and his splendid record as a farmer and business man of King county, t> ins ciii.i iuiuic rccoiiimen aations of his fitness to hold any o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 3 October 1902

The Seattle Republican Established May, 1894. — ■ , r= j H. R. Cayton Editor j Susie Revels Cayton Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year $2.00 Six Months 1.00 J Three Months .60 ' Entered at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second-class Mail Matter. Komi Fide Circulation 2,500 I I . THE TICKET. For Supreme Judge— HIRAM E. HADLEY. For Congressmau-at-Large \V. L. JONES, FRANCIS W. CUSIIMAX, WILL E. HUMPHREY. COUNTY TICKET. For sheriff JOHN WOODING For auditor GEORGE LAMPING i For treasurer J. W. McCONNAUGHEY For clerk C. A. KOEi'FLI For prosecuting attorney W. T. SCOTT For coroner DR. C. E. HOVE j For assessor JOHN W. PETER l For superintendent of schools - W. G. HARTRANFT For surveyor P. F. WRIGHT For superior judge... GEORGE E. MORRIS For county commissioner, North dis trict P. J. SMITH For county commissioner, Seattle dis trict CHARLES BAKER For justice of the peace T. H. CANN and R. R. GEORGE For constable SAMUEL KAUFFMAN For wreckmaster W. J. WALLACE LEGISLATIVE TICKET. Thirtieth Se...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 3 October 1902

TALES OF THE TOWN Through the Associated Press dis patches last Monday evening it was learned that Andrew F. Burleigh had riled a petition in the United States district court in New York to go through bankruptcy. Mr. Burleigh's liabilities amount to 1206,251, while his assets to cover that vast inedbtedness only amount to $24,924. The heaviest creditor of Mr. Burleigh was O. C. Heigdoff of Pittsburg. who advanced him $45,000 to construct steamers for the Yukon River in Alaska. He also owes Moran Bros, of Seattle $5,000. There are numerous other iesser debts for which there is nothing in Mr. Bur leiih's assets to liquidate, and. feeling that the lead was more than he could longer lug. he has appealed to the courts to release him from the same that he might start out afresh and perhaps again reach the top 01 the ladder wheie he once stood and viewed the struggling masses below. * * » Speaking about Andrew F. Burleigh brings many pleasant as well as un pleasant memories to many persons...

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