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

POLITICAL POT PIE (Continued from First Page.) er light and much work is needed along this line in order to get the voters registered. It always happens that the Republican voters are more i luke warm than the opposition owing to their over confidence oi winning, ■ hence it requires more work on the j part of Republicans to register their j votes than it does for the Democrats. | * • • While Chairman Knickerbocker has not completed the list of speakers for the county campaign, nor can he speak with any definiteness, yet he has every reason to believe that among the many speakers who will be sent out in the county campaign will be found Herman W. Craven, the well-known lawyer and campaigner; Milo A. Root, who has campaigned more in this state than perhaps any other one man; James A. Kerr, who proved himself to be one of the best speakers in the campaign of 1896, when free silver was running ram pant; Samuel H. Piles, whose ability as a campaign speaker stands higher than most any oth...

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. — 10 October 1902

The SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. IX, NO. 19 Representative George W, Jeffries, Who was named by the Republican convention as one of the representatives to be voted for next November in the 45th legislative district, was born in Posey county Indiana, February 21st, 1861. He was educated in the public schools of his native state, but later on took a commercial course in a St. Louis business college Mr' Jeffries spent his early life on a farm, and at the age of twenty-one was appointed deputy sheriff of his native county, in which capacity he acted for two years, and only gave up thai position to accept a more lucrative one with a mill company at Terra Hante Thieving in the teachings t>i -riorace Greeley, he started West in 1889, first stopping in Wyoming, but later coming to Seattle, arriving here in March, 1890. He only remained here for a short time and went to Tacoma, where he secured em- ployment for three years in the city' engineer- ing department and subsequently was employed in ...

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. — 10 October 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. For Supreme Judge— HIRAM E. IJB.DLEY. For Congressman-at-Large— \Y. L. JONES, FRANCIS W. CUBHHAN, WILL K. 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. HARXRANFT 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...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 10 October 1902

TALES OF THE TOWN Seattle's Prosperity. He cr she who does not believe that Seattle is, of all towns in the North- west, and perhaps the Pacific coast, the most prosperous, comes from the fact that they do not get out and see the town in its everyday working clothes. The Tattler, while going up Pike street from Eighth avenue last Saturday morning, counted forty dif ferent teams loaded with lumber going cut to the residence portions of the city, where building is being done in a manner that would astonish a pio neer of a boom mining town. "I am oi the opinion," said a local man of Seattle, "that n all the mechanics in Seattle were put in a town together they would make a city half as large as Seattle is herseL'. I have seen a great many boom towns, but. must admit, that I never saw a town in my life where there was such an army of mechanics actively engaged in work every day as is to be found in Seat tle. There is no spot or locality in this city where the ring of the carpenter's ham...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 10 October 1902

POLITICAL POT PIE (Continued from First Page.) dictating to King county instead of King county, powerful as she may be, dictating to them. Granted that Kit sap and Jefferson counties should con tinue friendly to King county as they have in the past even then the chances would be so small in favor of King county winning that it would be too close for comfort. Therefore, let the Republicans of King county take a tip from what has already been said along this line and make a unit ed effort to get as big a Republican majority as possible, yes, larger than ever before. • • • Rumor has it that the nominees on the Democratic ticket are not desirous of such honors and are seeking every way conceivable without actually re sorting to the courts to "have their names stricken from the Democratic ticket. There seems to be no doubt but that Prof. I. P. Rich, who was named by the convention for superin tendent of public schools, has sent in a written resignation to the county central committee req...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 17 October 1902

The SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. IX, NO. 20 Notwithstanding the fact that Dr. C. B. Hoye is the Republican nominee for county coroner, and is practically without Democratic opposition, nevertheless he is making the same fight for the ticket in general as the other candidates against whom a stubborn fight is being made. No one doubts for a single minute but that Dr. Hoye will be elected by an over whelming majority, a ma jority doubtless larger than that received by any other candidate on the ticket, and he would have done this if he had had a strong Dem ocratic opponent, all because he has made a most success ful official since he has held the office and has attended strictly to his business, not leaving it to the care of dep uties or anyone else. When Dr. Hoye has been needed all one had to do was to tele phone to the office and he would soon be in communica tion with the county coroner, thereby not being annoyed with deputies who could not speak for their principal. It is not in the pr...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 17 October 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 THE TICKET. For Supreme Judge— HIRAM E. HADLEY. For Congressinan-at-Large— \V. L. JONES, FRANCIS W. CUSHMAN, WILL E. HUMPHREY. COUNTY TICKET. For sheriff JOHN WOODING For auditor GEORGE LAMPING For treasurer J. W. McCONNAUGUEY 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...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 17 October 1902

CURRENT COMMENT Jewish Protective League. From the Associated Press dis patches it has been learned that the Jews of West Superior, Wisconsin, have decided to form a close organiza tion among themselves —a sort of pro tective league, which will include ev ery male adult of the Jewish race in the city. The Jews have found it necessary to take such steps in order to protect themselves against indigni ties that are repeatedly heaped upon them by their Anglo-Saxon neighi ors and townsmen. It will be remembered that it was only a few days ago that Secretary Hay addressed a note to the Roumanian government in behalf of the Jews, beseeching that the citizens thereof desist frcm the many per secutions on the Jews that are report ed from time to time as taking place therein. If the action of the secretary was not a play to the galleries it was certainly a most commendable step; but it seems rather strange that Sec retary Hay would make such an ap peal to the authorities of Roumania when the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 17 October 1902

SPOKANE COUNTY REPUBLICANS. Spokane County Republicans were never in better fighting condition and the hundreds of readers of The Seattle Republican have requested that it publish the entire county ticket, in order that the voters may know at all times where they are at. This the management cheerfully does, and the same is found below. The voters of Spokane County should not forget that they want a Republican instead of a Democratic nominee for United States senator, and should vote accordingly.' Elect Republican members to the legislature if you want a Republican U. S. senators. SPOKANE COUNTY REPUBLICAN HINKLB and GEORGE W. STOCK TICKET. ER- Constable, Spokane—FßED SALING. Superior Judge—H. L. KENNAN. state Senator, Sixth District—FßANK Sheriff—W. J. DOUST. D SHAW. Clerk—E. K. ERWIN. state Senator, Seventh District —J. A. Prosecuting Attorney—HOßACE KIM- SCHILLER. BALL. Representatives, Second District — Treasurer—W. E. GOODSPED. H MARTIN and DANIEL HOCH. Auditor—Zachariah Stewart...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 24 October 1902

The SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. IX, NO. 21 CANDIDATES OF 30TH SENATORIAL DISTRICT THE SEATTLE REPUBLICAN feels called upon once more to champion the election of Dr. J. J. Smith, of the Thirtieth senatorial district, to represent that district in the next legislature as state senator, and in doing so it feels that it is championing the cause of a man worthy of any good thing that might be said of him not only by it, but by any ether paper or pei son in King county. Dr. Smith has lived in this ccunty icr the past fifteen years and has proven himseli to be an ideal citizen in whatever business or political avecation he may have been called upon to fill by his feilowmen since he has been a resident oi this county. Nothing in these columns can be said in his behalf that will be news to the voters of his district, because they all know him and they know him to be none other than the ideal citizen that he has been credited with being ever since he has been among them. No man can successfully c...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 24 October 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. For Supreme Judge — l HIRAM E. IIADLEI. For Congressman-at-Large— \V. L. JONES, FRANCIS \Y. CUSHMAN, WILL E. HUMPHREY. COUNTY TICKET. For sheriff JOHN WOODING For auditor GEORGE LAMPING For treasurer J. W. McCONNALGHEY 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. p. 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 D...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 24 October 1902

CURRENT COMMENT ITALIANS ARE COMING. .. it is learned from the United States commissioner's report that daring the fiscal year just closed in the neighbor hood of 500,000 Italians came to the United States for the purpose of mak ing this country their home and evi dently to better their social and finan cial conditions. Few persons realize that such a stream of Italians were pouring into this country, unless it was those persons that happened to be living in New York City and then happened to be so situated as to be able to observe the hordes of Italian immigrants as they passed through Castle Garden. Just what is attract ing so many of those people to Amer ica at the present time is a rather perplexing question, nevertheless, they are coming and coming in boat loads almost every day in the year. For the most part they are drifting to all parts of the United States, and even the South, strange to say, is catching quite a few of them. It is believed by many ol the Southern land owner...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 24 October 1902

SPOKANE COUNTY REPUBLICANS. Spokane County Republicans were never in better fighting condition and the hundreds of readers of The Seattle Republican have requested that it publish the entire county ticket, in order that the voters may know at all times where they are at. This the management cheerfully does, and the same is found below. The voters of Spokane County should not forget that they want a Republican instead of a Democratic nominee for United States senator, and should vote accordingly. Elect Republican members to the legislature if you want a Republican U. S. senators. SPOKANE COUNTY REPUBLICAN HINKLE and GEORGE W. STOCK TIP If FT ER. " Constable, Spokane—FßED SALING. Superior Judge—H. L. KENNAN. state senator, Sixth District—FßANK Sheriff—W. J. DOUST. D SHAW. Clerk—E. K. ERWIN. State Senator, Seventh District —J. A. Prosecuting Attorney—HOßACE KIM- SCHILLER. BALL. Representatives, Second District — Treasurer—W. E. GOODSPED. H . MARTIN and DANIEL HOCH. Auditor —Zachariah S...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 31 October 1902

The SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. IX, NO. 22 POLITICAL POT - PIE In closing the campaign The Seattle Republican is loth to do so without at least saying a few parting words in behalf of the re-election of Mr. Hemrich from the 33d senatorial dis trict. Four years ago, when Mr. Hem rich was first elected, he was then an untried and inexperienced man, but now he has four years' legislative ex perience to which he can point with pride as an evidence that he is emi nently fitted for the position which he seeks. He made an excellent record while state senator, and returned to his constituents without any fear of being censured for anything which he had done in his official capacity. Senator Hemrich's opponent is false ly reporting that he worked against all SENATOR ANDREW HEMRICH. of the labor measures that were in-' troduced in the two sessions of the; legislature ot which he was a member, but neither the facts nor the figures substantiate Air. Conway's allegations along this line. Senator Hem...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 31 October 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. For Supreme Judge— HIBAM K. lIADLEY. For Congressman-at-Large — W. L. JONES, FRANCIS W. CU&UMAN, WILL K. HUMPHREY. COUNTY TICKET. For sheriff JOHN WOODING tor auditor GEORGE LAMPING For treasurer J. W. McCONNALGHEY tor clerk C . A . KOEPFLI tor prosecuting attorney \v. T SCOTT For coroner DR. C. E. HOVE *or assessor .JOHN W. PETER or superintendent of schools... For surVeVoV.V.V.V/.^;. G. HARTRANFT tor surveyor P. F . WRIGHT tor superior Judge. . .GEORGE E. MORRIS tor county commissioner, North dls ,, trictv p. J. SMITH i-or county commissioner, Seattle dis „ „ . ••••••• CHARLES BAKER t or justice of the peace . .. '' : T. H. CANN and R. R.GEORGE For constable SAMUEL KAUFFMAN or wreckmaster.... W. J. WALLA...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 31 October 1902

CURRENT COMMENT Dr. William Demos Crum. who is said to be one of the wealthiest and most intiuential Republicans in South Carolina, is a candidate for collector of customs in Charleston. Though highly respected, columns of newspa per matter is being published in pro test to his appointment all because Dr. Crum is tinged with Afro-American blood. It remains to be seen whether President Roosevelt will override Southern sentiment and appoint an Afro-American to an important posi tion in the South or not. • » » Charles W. Scratchin, who is well known in the state of Washington, has just scored a signal vistory in Bemidjf, Minn., he having acquitted a man charged with murder in the first degree, though the state was repre sented by the attorney general and the county prosecuting attorney. Mr. Scrutchin has made wonderful strides! since he left the state of Washington I and those of us who remember him while here are much pleased with the success he has made in his new home. • * * In spit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 31 October 1902

IN Till: SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington in and for the county of King. In the matter of the petition of the City of Seattle, a city of the tirst class, that just compensation, I to be made for the private property to be taken or damaged by the regrading of Pine Street, In the City of Seattle,! from First Avenue to Fourth Avenue; Second Avenue in said City, from Pike Street to Pine Street, and Third Av- ' enue in said City, from Pike Street to l'^ne Street, as provided for and speci- i tied in Ordinance No. 788G of said City, ; approved March 13th, 1902, be ascer tained by a jury, or by the Court, in j case a jury be waived. No. 36659. Sum- '■ mons by Publication. THE STATE OF WASHINGTON TO The Board of Home Missions of the Methodist I'rotestant Church, a cor poration ; V. D. Maddocks and .. .. Maddocks, his wife; James; D. Standish; Pacific States Say- ■ ings, Loan and Building Company, a i corporation; Edward Hyauis and ........ llyanis, his wife ; Albert Hausen and .......

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

The SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. IX, NO. 25 POLITICAL POT - PIE The death of H. H. Martin, repre sentative elect from the 27th district, means that a wild scramble is going to be indulged in by the leaders of the three senatorial aspirants in this state to till that vacancy with a man who will be favorable to their interests. With nothing ese to engage their minds save this, the fight in that dis trict will almost assume one of state importance. Gov. Mcßride will issue a special proclamation within a few days to hold an election there to fill the vacancy and of course his friends will do all in their power to see to it that a Preston-Mcßride candidate be nominated, while the friends of both Wilson and Ankeny will be equally on the alert for the same result. One vote in the next legislature may turn I the scales in favor of some one candi date, and it therefore behooves each one of them to endeavor to gain a point whenever they can. The fight in the 27th district will therefore be watched...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 21 November 1902

The Seattle Republican Established May, 1894. H. R. Cayton Editor Susie Revels Cayton Associate , I SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year $2.00 Six Months 1.00 Three Months 60 ——— I Entered at the Postoffice at Seattle j as Second-class Mail Matter. Rona Fide Circulation 2,500 ' President Smith "sounds good to j me." King County is a bit in the swim when it comes to Representative Smith's her owaself. Memphis actually had a great cele bration without burning a Negro at j the stake. How strange! From the number of outside politi-1 cians constantly in the city, evidently i there is something doing. "Bad spelling is certainly a most lamentable feature about a newspaper, j but how in heavens name can the Tacoma Ledger afford to talk about it? It begins to look as though Con gressman Babcock will probably make Congressman Littlefield look like thir ty cents with a hole in it in the com ing speakership contest. Disfranchising colored voters may make the "solid South" even more sol id than it has b...

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

WASHINGTON'S EIGHTH LEGISLATURE. ON JOINT BALLOT Republicans Democrats Totals Senate 33 9 42 House g2 12 94 Totals ........................ us 21 136 i MEMBERS OF THE SENATE i' Dis- Poli- Term" trlct Name. tics. Residence. expires. 1. George J. Hurley R. Republic 1904 2. M. E. Stansell R. Rice 1906 3. *Warren W. Tolman D. Spokane 1904 4. "Herman D. Crow R. Spokane 1904 5. "Stanley Hallett D. Medical Lake 1904 6. Will G. Graves D. Spokane 1906 7. Huber Rasher D. Spokane v 1906 8. Dr. G. B. Wilson R. Pullman 1906 9. Oscar E. Hailey R. Oakesdale 1904 10. *Ed Baumeister R. Asotin 1904 11. "Oliver T. Cornwall R. Walla Walla 1904 12. *W. P. Reser . D. Walla Walla 1904 13. *.I. P. Sharp R. Ellensburg 1904 14. "Gottlieb Garber D. Reardan 1904 15. A. J. Splawn D. North Yakima 1904 16. George H. Baker R. Goldendale 1906 17. *E. M. Rands R. Vancouver 1904 i 18. H. E. McKenney R. Kelso 1904 19. John T. Welch R. South Bend 1906 20. "J. R. Weity *R. Chehalis 1904 21. J. R. O'Donnell R. Elma 1906 ...

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