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

WASHINGTON'S EIGHTH LEGISLATURE. ON JOINT BALLOT Republicans Democrats Total*; Senate 33 y 42 House S2 12 94 Totals U5 21 13ti ■ MEMBERS OF THE SENATE jjis. Poli- Term trict. Name. tics. Residence. expires. L George J. Hurley It. Republic 1904 2. M. E. Stansell H. Rice 1906 U. 'Warren W. Tolman L». Spokane 1904 4. * Herman D. Crow R. Spokane 1904 5. * Stanley Hallett D. Medical Lake 1904 0. Will G. Graves D. Spokane 1906 7. Huber Rasher D. Spokane 1906 8. Dr. G. B. Wilson R. Pullman 1906 ■J. Oscar E. Hailey R. Oakesdale 1904 10. *£d Baumeister R. Asotin 1904 11 "Oliver T. Cornwall It. Walla Walla 1904 12. *W. P. Reser U- Walla Walla 1904 I^. *J. P. Sharp 11. Ellensburg 1904 14! *Gottlieb Garber D. Reardan 1904 10. A. J. Splawn D. North Yakima 1904 Hi. George H. Baker R. Goldendale 1906 17. *E. M. Rands R- Vancouver 1904 is H. E. McKenney R. Kelso 1904 iy. John T. Welch R. South Bend 1906 20. *J. R. Welty li- Chehalis 1904 21. J. R. O'Dounell R- Elma 1906 22. *A. S. Ruth H. Olympia 1...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 26 December 1902

-A Great Trade Event.. / Each January this store has a great sale—lasting through the entire month. This sale is for the pur pose of readjusting the stocks to take care of the new season's goods. This year the January sale will be greater than ever before. There will be more value-giving, more money-saving opportunities and more goods to se lect from than ever before. Arrange to come and look over the chances, anyway. Welcome. Standard furniture Company 1012-14-16-18 First Avenue SEATTLE TACOMA WHATCOM PERSONAL. Senator E. B. Palmer will visit with his parents in Kansas during the holi days. Hon. R. A. Hutchinson, a "Spokane politician, did business in the city this week. Mr. John Davis of Tacoma spent Christmas day in Seattle with friends leturning the same evening. Miss Emma Houston Cay ton re turned from school last Tuesday after noon to spend the holidays at home. The souvenir number of The Seat tle Republican is nearing completion, and it will be a success in every par ticular....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 2 January 1903

Uhe SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. JX., NO. .11 POLITICAL POT - PIE Next Monday week the eighth legis-1 lature of this state will convene and I the politics of the state, which have been slumbering since the close ot the last campaign when the state went overwhelmingly Republican, will break loose again and .will for the sixty days following and even perhaps for . sixty days more, be the sole topic ot conversation not only among politi cians, but among business men as well. What the next legislature docs in the way of passing bills and who it elects United States senator will have considerable bearing on the fu ture mineuverings of the politicians of this state. • • * If Haro'.d Preston is elected United States senator and if the railroad com mission bill is passed it will mean that Gov. Mcßride and his friends will domineer the politics of the state lor the next ten years or more, or at least the indications point strongly in that direction. If on the other hand T.evi Ankeny is elected Un...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 2 January 1903

The Seattle Republican Established May, 1894. H. R. Cayton Editor Susie Revels Cayton Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year *200 Six Months 10° Three Months tio Entered at the Postofftee at Seattle as Second-class Mail Matter. Bona Fide Circulation 2,500 Write it 1903. Happy New Year. we wish to you. What the Spokane caucus did not do is what pleases the Ankeny oppo sition best. Silverton boasts of a nice new week ly paper, which ent...es it to begin at once to put on city airs. Mr. Monroe had a doctrine once, but our later day officials seem wholly ignorant of its teachings. •'Color cuts no figure with me," de clared Ben Tilman's son. Certainly he is not a true son of the old man. And now The Hague's white winged dove of peace is to do Venezuela for the benefit of England and Germany. Grays Harbor country evidently be lieves that politics is a splendid me dium in which to get in the public eye. "What can we do to be saved." asks Judge Winsor. Have you tried serv ing God. If not. w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 2 January 1903

j: TOPICS OF THE TOWN + Thomson Re-appointed. In the reappointment ol R. H. Thom son as city engineer Mayor Humes; has given pretty general satisfaction. While Mr. Thomson is opposed to; some extent (and what public man is I not), nevertheless a great majority of I the citizens are quite satisfied with the service he has rendered the city for the past eight years in the capac-j ity of city engineer and likewise a member of the board of public works. Mr. Thomson as city engineer laid the plans on which greater Seattle is to be built, which is already beginning to loom up in the distance. It was, if no mistake is not made, under the J. T. Ronald administration as mayor -of Seattle that Mr. Thomson first be came conspicuous in the upbuilding of the city and since that time no im-j provements have been made by the. city without his consent and approval, j Many in the city still remember when Mayor Ronald's board of public works removed Mr. Thomson from the city engineer's office, becaus...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 2 January 1903

Beginning Monday Mud continuing throughput the month —Our Big January Sale. Two objects — one to readjust the stock before new season's arrivals; the other to make now friends for this store. A positive reduction on every piece with a red January sale tag of One-third to One-half regular value Standard furniture Company L. SCHOEMFELD & SONS 1012-14-16-18 First Avenue SEATTLE TACOMA WHATCOM PERSONAL. The musical on Xmas eve night was not largely attended. Miss Mable Walker returned home iast Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. I. F. Norris entertain ed a few friends New Year's night. Mr. G. B. Aldricli passed through Seattle Wednesday en route to British Columbia. Mr. I. 1. Walker leaves either Satur day or Sunday for Dawson City. He expects to be absent two years. Mt. Zion Baptist Church services Sunday, 1] a. m. New Years cove nant meeting. Lord's supper S o'clock. The Baptist Literary will have a debate between the barristers of Ta coma on the third Thursday in Janu ary. Mrs. J. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 16 January 1903

Zshe SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. IX.. NO. 88 POLITICAL POT - PIE I mB wan., f W. T. SCOTT, Who Succeeded W. S. Fulton as Changes among county officials last Monday was general in all of the coun ties in the state. In many instances county officials began to serve out their-, second terms and in such cases the j routine of the- office continued in the j same manner as for the past two | years. In the official roster of King ! County there were four distinct. ! changes. W. T. Scott, a Republican, succeeded Walter S. Fulton, a Demo crat, as prosecuting attorney; John W. Peter succeeded W. A. Bailey as i County assessor; Peter W. Wright succeeded Clarence 1.. White as county surveyor, and Charles Baker succeed eu George N. Gilson as county com missioner from the first district, the other officials of the county succeeded themselves and began the serving of j their second terms. At present there is but one Democrat official in King County. Edward Cudihee, who has i twice been elected sheriff...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 16 January 1903

The Seattle Republican Established May, 1894. H. R. Cayton Editor Susie Revels Cayton Awociate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year *200 Six Months ' 10° Three Months 60 Entered at the Postofnce at Seattle as Second-class Mail Matter. Bona Fide Circulation 2,500 Renting you railroad pass is after all something new under the sun. That seems to have been a "tug" in which Mr. Wilson could not land his catch. PatrichenryWinston is again in the public eye with another flop. When. oh when, will he just fly away. Paragraphing may not be the Ta eoma Ledger's strong point, but car tooning does seem just about its size. Uncle Sam is the father of quite a few brand new gubernatorial sons, all of whom were born during the week just ending. Ankeny is said to want an early caucus; Preston wants just the op posite and Wilson wants nothing but an opportunity to "saw wood." Some of the pillars of Seattle's com mercial prosperity can be readily seen i- you but glance at the frontispiece of the souvenir numbe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 16 January 1903

TOPICS OF THE TOWN About Don Mackenzie. It is learned from a Dawson City paper that for once D. A. Mackenzie, who was formerly a well known busi ness man of this city, is "it" in the town in which lie lives. Mr. Macken zie at present resides at Coldfoot. an American town in Alaska, at whicß place a great many persons who have left the states get cold feet while try ing to find s gold mine, and return home with a good deal more experience than money. Judge Mackenzie, as he is known in Alaska, and especially in Coldfoot, is the whole government there. He acts in the official capacity of the United States commissioner, probate judge, justice of the peace. United States deputy marshal, jailor and constable end mining recorder. Coldfoot is considerable on the boom, if reports from there are true, and valuable mining properties are being discovered in that district from time to time, and Judge Mackenzie may yet return to the states and to his friends j in Seattle worth a billion dollars. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 16 January 1903

Note the January .yT"--—■ Sale Pricing "*cJ§#* 1 of the beat cheap air-tight M beater made. X "Salamander" <*M BL Air Tight Heater for Wood *M Tuli is Hii' best alr-tlghi licnier marie. B Hody is |il«in steel, lined half-way Insfde with shi'i'l sh'i'l : Ims ni'iu clrrulaf ilnu'i register In front made i>r c*»l Iron : splen didly well made, iiml will give very satis factory heater lexvloe. |^ M 18l/ 2 in- length, 14!- 2 in- height, 13 in. fIHS n width—No. 7—Regular Price W TB B^^P $3.00; January Sale Price $1.95 j# W 21 in. long. 20 in. high. 16 in, wide— VV » No. €—Regular Price $3.75: Jan- Jf vary Sale Price $2.95 Standard furniture Company L. SCHOEINIFELD &. SONS 1012-14-16-18 First Avenue SEATTLE TACOMA WHATCOM X3L J| Mrs. E. Thorn and Mr. A. Hall, bolh well known in this city in Afro-Amer ican circles, were united in marriage last Thursday evening at the resi dence of Mrs. Thorn's son, S. A. Thorn, at Green Lake. Both the bride and the bridegroom are well up along in y...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 23 January 1903

Uhe SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. IX., NO. 34 POLITICAL POT - PIE The first, second and third rounds in the senatorial mill have been taken, and nothing definite indicating an early settlement of the question is in sight. Those doing the voting have resigned themselves to a long drawn out contest, and with grim determina tion in their countenances se^m pre pared to fight it out along the lines they have pitched their tents, if it takes all summer. The preliminary skirmish was doubtless a bit disap pointing to each of the three sena torial candidates. Levi Ankeny. who, it was thought, would have at least sixty votes on the first ballot, only got forty-eight en the first and fifty on the second, and with no prospects of increasing that number very much, although he seems to have the best show of being elected if any one is. Harold Preston, who it was generally believed would get what Ankeny got, only got forty-one votes on the first and forty-two on the second. Seattle is thoroughly aroused...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 23 January 1903

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 Railroad building will doubtless take on a new lease of life this year. Judge Burke was talking along the right linv^s, but what he taid tell on deaf ears. It begins to look as though the grand jury contemplates cooking Mine Host Dunbar's gcose for him. Uncle Billy Mason, of Illinois sena torial fame, is new a has-been. Too much talk proved Uncle Billy's undo ing. The game of electing a United States senator is being extensively played throughout this country just now. Patrickhenrywinston, the Spokane fosilitic political acrobat, is frothing at the mouth again and the immediate attention of his friends is quite neces sary. From the number of Seattle business men who went to Olympia last Wed nesday even that easy going old burg bec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 23 January 1903

BROTHER IN BLACK The appointment of Dr. W. D. Crum as collector of customs at Charleston, S. C., by tho president has called forth a great deal of commont both pro and cun throughout the country. Ben Tillman. the senior senator from that state, threatens to fight the con firmation of Dr. Crum in the senate purely on the grounds of his color, but Tillman's opposition will go for naught because of the fact that not «ven a majority of the Democrats, let alone the Republicans, favor the radical and unreasonable stand that he and his cohorts of South Carolina have from time to time taken on the color question. President Roosevelt appointed Dr. Crum for his fitness as a Republican rather than for his color, for, under the circumstances, even with the president Dr. Crum's color must have been against the appoint ment, and therefore it is purely a meritorious partisan appointment. Democratic politicians of the Tillman stripe are rapidly passing and though they may bob up here and there like...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 23 January 1903

A The Last Week / &!&J?( I of our Januar>' Sale. The last opportunity to /-O(/fl"-- / secure the "Red Tag" reductions. Here H*N(>AHy / 'S a rocker htntl / Sal* / ml . - -'^^^ Solid seat, oak odd rocker; well ■J-^/)^ finished, odd spindles; large em- p^^^^P^^^^^^sV a bossed panel back; very strong and Ij 1 [\ *&mL I and a regular $5.50 value; special /J priced for the January Sale $3.40. [h^ y* ;■" "• • \j| 7 1 Standard furniture Company L. SCHOENFELD &. SONS 1012-14-16-18 First Avenue SEATTUE TACOMA WHATCOM PERSONAL. Mrs. Powell Barnett of Rosiyn is visiting friends in the city. Mrs. E, J. Anderson has removed from 72u Pine street to Sixth and Cherry. Mr. I. Allen, messenger at the postoffice, is suffering from an at tack of inflammatory rheumatism. Mesdames W. J. Gudger and Phil Nelson, who have been very ill at the Providence Hospital, are convalescing. Mr. and Mrs. John Ritter entertain ed Rev. J. Gordon McPherson at. a sumptuous dinner last Tuesday even ing...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 30 January 1903

G7>e SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. IX., NO. •!.■> POLITICAL POT - PIE The senatorial (lection has been settled and Hon. Lev! Ankeny, as was predicted in these columns, finally triumphed and was elected by the joint assembly of the eighth legisla ture of the state of Washington last Thursday. It has been known for a number of days that he would be elected, but the Preston people have managed to defer it from time to time believing that something might turn up that would stem the tide. Since statehood was first given to the ter ritory of Washington Mr. Ankeny has been a standing candidate for United States senator, and though on pre vious occasions he lias been within a hair's breath of election he never reached the goal or his ambition un til last Thursday when he was de clared the successful candidate for United States senator by the presi dent of the senate. Levi Ankeny's name has been a by-word in the po litical affairs of this state for many years and no election, if It was only ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 30 January 1903

The Seattle Republican Established May, 1894. H. R. Cayton Editor Susie Revels Cayton Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year J2.00 Six Months 1-00 Three Months t>o Entered at the Postofflce at Seattle as Sscond-class Mail Matter. llona Fide Circulation 2,500 A noble soul was no more on earth when Senator Allen passed away last Wednesday evening. Levi Ankeny is now Senator An keny and we bet of the two .Mrs. Ankeny is by far the proudest. James li. Murphy is going to be Judge Mm ph.' and we hasten to con gratulate him, lor no better man could be found in the state. It is unfortunate in many ways that Congress should have lost its only | Tongue. It never had one before and it may never have another. Kansas, yes, bleeding Kansas, has longed for a senatorial change in that state and she got her Long felt want in the place of Senator Harris. He who cannot muster up a consist t pretext to score the police force this city for sins of omission as 11 as commission must be a dead President...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 30 January 1903

TALES OF THE TOWN Rev. Randall's Success. A few days ago Rev. B. M. Randall. Jr., pastor of the First M. B. Church of this city, closed one of the most successful Christian revivals ever held in Seattle, which revival has brought about a renewed activity in the affairs of the church to exercise a more wholesome influence over the citizens hereof. Mr. Ran dall may not be so gifted a preach er as was Paul of old, but he is brim full of Christian zeal and his congre gation believes what he ways and be lieves that he believes it and he con ducts himself accordingly, and that is the secret of his ereat success. More Police Brutality. If the statements of one Wilson be correct, the police headquarters of this city is guilty of another man having been beaten almost insen sible by the night jailer. Wilson claims that while a prisoner at the headquarters he was unmercifully beaten and in proof of that fact he has been at his home lying almost at the point of death ever since released. He cla...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 30 January 1903

A The Last Day fhtbty) OF OUR BIG JANUARY SALE J January / Exceedingly interesting ii the January Sale / sai / pricing on center tables; a splendid saving a I awaits you on any table you buy litre BOW. THESE VALUE HIMTS - ' J~ HY^a CENTER TABLE, lianiwoo.l. tup I4x 3 a 3 « 14 Inches, special January sale a « Kxtra solid oak CENTEB. TABLE; J H-i,,,,, top; special J.tm.ur^sule |^PPi^/ J Solid oak CENTER TABLE, 21x^1 )j ~~^h:=^C^J 1 inches; extra Itrong; special Ja"''- 3 "S ary sale price Jl.ao ■ 3 A Large solid oak CENTER TABLE, 9 -41^ 3 strong and very good, top 24x24 jl . mtf" B ■ inches; special January sale « Cf* 1 ]rrice J1.40 J Standard Furniture Company L. SCHOEIMFELD S, SOMS 1012-14-16-18 First Avenue SEATTLE TACOMA WHATCOM CURRENT COMMENT. A proposition is now before Con gress with a view of appropriating $50,000 to erect a statue in Washing ton City in honor of Samuel J. Tilden, j the modern Moses of Democracy. Til- 1 den, though a Democrat, had many ] public traits which co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 6 February 1903

U/>e SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. IX., NO. 85 POLITICAL POT - PIE Harold Preston took his defeat for the United States senate unusually hard, and he. it would seem, unduly criticise* those members of the legis lature who did not vote for him. and thereby either assure his election or a deadlock. Perhaps Mr. Preston lnd grounds for this criticism, but thf.de who Opposed him do not feel (.hat he had sufficient grounds to warrant his satirical remarks concerning them selves after he was defeated. A vul gar expression runs thus: "Chickens will come home to roost." Four years ago Harold Preston bolted a Repub lican caucus because that caucus would not elect to the United States senate, not the man that Harold Pies ton was sent to the legislature to vote for, but because it would not elect Lev! Ankeny. who four years thereafter didn't do a thing to him. Mr. Preston bolted that caucus with out any grounds or excuse, and if he had received his just deserts he would never have been Indorsed by...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 6 February 1903

The Seattle Republican Established May, 1884. ----- I H. R. Cayton Editor Bu*ie Revels Cayton Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year *200 Six Months 1-00 Three Months tio Entered at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second-class Mail Matter. Bona Fide Circulation 2,500 The Seattle Republican's special edi tion was an excellent production, and Editor Cayton is to be congratulated. —Whatcom Blade. The souvenir number of the Seat tle Republican was a hummer and fully the best that has reached our office this season.—Castle Rock Ad vocate. "Suppress the smoke nuisance" is the cry of the town, which is right and proper, but there are other nuis ances in Seattle that should likewise be suppressed—for instance, the "honest torn humes" nuisance. China, the oldest and most exten sive empire of the world, seems to be fast tottering to a fare-you-well fall, which will be nuts for European na tions to crack. If the number of fatalities through out the country hold up in the same proportion as they h...

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