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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 6 February 1903

BROTHER IN BLACK. Langston. Oklahoma, has a colored Catholic school. There will be a colored dry goods store opened in Oklahoma City by leading colored men. Chauwick & Jones, of Outline. Ok lahoma, are the only colored under- takers in the territory. Cury & McDaniel. the colored cap italists of South McAlMter, 1. T.. have chartered a company of $2.".nun to operate coal mines. Wetinore Harris, one of the colored heroes, who made a miraculous es cape From the battleship Maine, died in Richmond. Va., last week. "The United Negro," official pro ceeding of the great Negro Congress. which met in Atlanta, has been placed on the market. It is a contribution to history worth preserving. A number of Negroes are prepar ing to leave Arkansas. Alabama and other Southern states to develop cot ton in Liberia, selling their farms at a sacrifice to complete the amount necessary for expenses. Summer county, in which Indian ola. Miss., is situated, has 4,006 white citizens and 12,070 Blacks. T...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 6 February 1903

AMIISt MINIS Mr. Kmitc Brlc4wan, who Bppean at the Tliiul Avi'im.' Theater next week In "The .Man from Bweden," Choa. Newman'i late.-t Buccwa, is a young actor Kilted by nature with t'xtraoriliiuiiy talents. He was born in Sweden, but migrated with h\n ]>a rents to this country when but a small boy. Hi« parent! settled Is Salt Lake City. I'tah. where he spent most ot his youth, displaying very marked ability in amateur theatricals. He was finally induced to become an exponent of Swedish dialect charac terizations, at which lie was adept, by a firm of manager! who had seen his work, and under their manage ment he appi ared for one season In "Yon Yonwn." His versatility and talent attracted the attention of Broadhurst k Carrie, the prominent metropolitan managers, who engaged him for a period of years. In "Th? Man from Sweden" he will have a splendid medium lor a truly artistic prototype of the Swedish-American. SEASON OF <JRAND OPERA. J. Saunriers Gordon, the renowned young imp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 13 February 1903

Uf>e SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. IX., NO. :5() POLITICAL POT - PIE Speaking about dividing the state in congressional districts by the pres ent legislature reminds the Pie-maker that it is not obligatory on the part of the legislature that it be districted in order to make sure, of the legality of the election of the congressmen. That being true, why should the Re publicans district the state and there by jeopardize the election of one of the congressional Republican nom inees. If it be true that Eastern Washington is liable to go Democratic if placed in a congressional district all by its lonely, then the Republicans would be foolish to give the other fellow a club to maul them over the head with. Some of the most eminent lawyers in the state are of the opinion that it is not absolutely incumbent on the legislature to di vide the state in congressional dis tricts. That it is just as legal to elect the three at large as from districts. The state being largely Republican, the Pie-make...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 13 February 1903

The Seattle Republican Established May, 1894. H. R. Cayton Editor Susie Revels Cayton Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year *2.00 Six Months 10° Three Months 60 Entered at the Postofnee at Seattle as Second-class Mail Matter. Bona Fide Circulation 2,500 City Hall, Seattle. Dear Fayther: LJmrick, Ireland. O'im intirely too busy wid goin up to the Cort House so much. Some jlntlemen is settin up there ixaminin men, the bys is jumpin sideways, the ©le man is seart to dith universal re- Hgon. Whatever that is oi don't is on trial. 01 will ilnd yez a litter next wake ef oi am not locked up. The i-ivin us is sick. Your loving son, MOIK DOOGEN. What The Republican published con cerning the police department of this city nearly two years ago is being very vividly brought to light by the grand jury investigation. It would appear that Addicks of Delaware did not have the staying sen atorial qualities of our Ankeny, for the former has given up the ghost, while the latter is now "it" from a sen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 13 February 1903

CURRENT COMMENT There still seems to be no end to the Venezuelan trouble in sight. ■Minister Bowen has repeatedly issued ultimatums, but the combative powers do not pay very much attention to them, as they have in no wise loosened their grip on the throttle of the lit tle republic. Germany has assumed an even more defiant stand so l'ar as the wishes of the United States are concerned than she did in the outset, and that is saying a good deal. From the outlook at this writing the United States will either have to make a naval demonstration to carry her point or will have to peacefully sub mit to the European powers. It is not thought that Great Britain will stand with Germany if it comes to choosing between the United States and Germany in arms, but that is only speculation. Both Germany and Eng land have not in the past taken very kindly to the Monroe doctrine, and it is surmised on this side of the ■water that they will do most any thing to bring that doctrine in disre pute. The in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 13 February 1903

SOUVENIR NUMBER TALK The following, from the assistant superintendent of schools in Wash ington City, who was professor of language in the university of which the publisher hereof was a student, was pleasantly received: Washington, I). C, Jan. 27, 19U3. My Dear Mr. Cayton: The Souvenir of your flourishing city anil paper forcibly and delight fully reminded me that 1 am yet recalled by one who once knew me in years agone amid scenes then halcyon thro' the charm cast over life by youth's vivid imagination. Very glad I am to learn how well you and yours are among environments conducive to manhood and freedom, where "a man's a man for a that." The name and place won by you remain not alone your personal property, but become a heritage claimed by every worthy colored man wherever he may be. A man must early learn to represent the best in the race, to claim kinship with the choice spirits that have come forth from time to time as an earnest of better things. Archimedes declared he could m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 20 February 1903

Uhe SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. IX., NO. :\1 POLITICAL POT - PIE Talk about your claps of thunder from a clear sky, but the bulletin from Olympia last Saturday evening to the effect, that Governor Mcßride had ap pointed R. B. Albertson as the fifth judge for King county, the place re cently created by the Eighth legisla ture, but none was never more start ling than that one. James B. Murphy had been recommended by the bar association and it was very generally believed that the matter was settled, but the governor had a few old scores to even up with Seattle and therefore he ignored any recommendation that a majority of her citizens might make and appointed a man, who has been repeatedly turned down by the people for that and similar positions. The governor seems to be such a man as is ever ready to exterminate any one that will brook an opinion or an idea advocated by him and this fully ex plains why he appointed Albertson in stead of Murphy. ** * . The appointment of Albertson does not...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 20 February 1903

The Seattle Republican BnUblUhPd May, 1894. H. B. C«yton Edlt«r Bu«ie Revels Cayton Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year *2.°0 Stx Months 10° Three Months 60 Entered at the Postofflce at Seattle as Second-class Mail Matter. Bona Fide Circulation 2,500 Even the immortal William Jennings Bryan now pronounces Tillman a crazy demogogue. The suicide and accident wave have struck this community again and a great harvest is the result. Johhny Bull will remember that he Met(a)call in the Alaska boundary commission that hit more like a bull than a calf. Speaker Hare and Representative Lewis came dangerously close to loos ing their official dignity the other day, but being Anglo-Saxons, its no more than could be expected. Perhaps the Denny hotel on the hill will soon open for business, but we would rather see it than hear tell of it. In other words, being from Mis souri, "you'll have to show me." South Dakota's pencil pushers were in the city for a day within the past week and that perhaps ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 20 February 1903

AMUSEMENTS CHAS. B. HANFORD. Mi. Charles B. Hanford. who will appear at the Grand, starting next Wednesday, is without doubt one of the most popular, as well as capable, actors in America. Mr. Hanfurd com bines remarkable histrionic talent with a personality admired by all with whom he comes in contact. It has therefore been comparatively easy for Mr. Hanford to build up the wide clientage which follows him in all parts of the country. He is greeted everywhere as an old friend, and pa irons of his performances enter the theater with a confidence born oi the fact that, this artist has never yet disappointed them. This season Mr. Hanford is said to have made the greatest s-uccess of his career in his two splendid productions of "Much Ado About Nothing," and "The Tam ing of the Shrew." Magnificent in scenic environment, sumptuous in cos tumery, perfection in cast, and a care ful attention to detail are points which combine to make a Hanford perform ance thoroughly delightful. "The Burg...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 20 February 1903

FREDERICK DOUGLAS REMEMBERED John T. Gayton. II is rather remarkable that the birthdays of some of the most renowned men in the history of the United States should fall in the month of February. Conspicuous among such Feb ruary birthdays are George Washington, the father of his country. Abraham Lincoln, the saviour of his country, and Frederick Douglas, the benefactor of his country. The mem ory of each of these devoted patriots is ever kept green by an ttnaelflsh American people for their respective merit and worth. While the Afro-Americans of the United States de sire to withhold no good things from the memory of the for mer two. yet their Anglo-Saxon brethren should not think for a minute that they are derelict to their duty ur the less appre ciative of their countrymen, who have reached the topmost round of the ladder of fame and glory, and who. departing, left their foot prints on the sands of time, because they take the lead in paying especial homage to Frederick Douglas, a ma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 27 February 1903

&he SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. IX., NO. 88 POLITICAL POT - PIE V. S. Senators Elected for Termi Beginning- March 4, 1903. State. Name. Party. Succeeds. Party. Alabama J. P. Clarke Democrat Himself Deinocral ' Arkansas Geore C. Perkins Democrat J. K. Jones Democrat California E. W. Pettus Republican Himself Republican Colorado Henry M. Teller Democrat Himself Democrat Connecticut Orville H. Platt Republican Himself Republican Georgia A. S. Clay Democrat Himself Democrat iSalio W. B. Heyburn Republican Henry Heltfeld Democrat Illinois A.J.Hopkins. Republican W. E. Marion Republican Indiana . . .C. W. Fairbanks Republican Himself Republican lowa W. B. Allison Republican Himself Republican Kansas Chester I. 1..0ng Republican 1' W. A. Harris Populist Kentucky J. B. McCreary Democrat \V. J. Deboe Democrat Ijouisiana S. D. McEnery Democrat Himself Democrat Missouri \V. J. Stone Democrat G. G. Vest Democrat New Hampshire. . .J. H. Gallinger Republican Himself Republican New York T. C. Plat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 27 February 1903

The Seattle Republican BlUblUhed May. 1594. H. H. Cayton EdiUr Susie R«v«l« Cayton A«^el«t« SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year *2 °0 Brx Months 10° Three Months 60 Entered at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second class Mail Matter. flona Fide Circulation 2, 800 Are they after you, too? If Foreman Pigott's ears do not burn then there is nothing in the old saw. Ohio is said to have a laughing cow. evidently she has heard about Mark Hanna's ex-slave pension bill. Washington state's printing con tracts are large enough to make even J. Pierpont Morgan feel that he had overlooked a bet. There is a Bell on Profanity Hill that's pealing forth a few clear clar ion notes that are striking terror to the hearts of evil doers. Tillman has been denied bail and must actually stay in jail. It is to be regretted that the jail he is to stay in is not spelled hell. It begins to look as if Mike Doogan, the Irish dialect writer for this paper, is thoroughly convinced that an open confession is good for the soul...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 27 February 1903

SEMI-CENTENNIAL. Continued from,pay* If prominent business man •of Seattle and has varied property interests in King County, giving him a responsi ble position in the affairs of the en tire section of the country. * * » President Smith, represents the new | comers to the state, but is one of the brainy young men that know nothing but push and pluck and never loses an opportunity to boost the general interest of the state forward. He is rapidly rising as a public man and when time will have ripened him into as old a man as is Judge Hanford and others who will be subsequently mentioned herein, he will have a no less remarkable and brilliant career to point with pride to as they. While Pierce county has her Hamil ton and Spokane her Crow. King has her Dr. J. J. Smith who stands as fair lor promotion in state affairs as any of them. * * * Congressman-elect Humphrey, also from Kin? county, is likewise an able j representative of the latter-day young j men of this state. He is especially ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 27 February 1903

THE DOINGS OF AFRO-AMERICANS OSjfcJtealous colored folk in Mem phis, Term., .with more money than sense, af© "preparing to float a daily paper for "colored folks only," in that section of the country. Such daily papers are dead ones before they are even live oties, and the sooner colored folk with no more capital lor such in vestments than they have learn this fact the better for them. '. %\ * * * In the state of South Carolina there art approximately 781,800 colored folk and only 500.8(10 white folk. This is the home of the Ttllmans md the hot bed of opposition to the projgfefiss, of the Negro of this country. • • • :£**; It is learned from an exchange pub lished in Birmingham, Ala., in the iri tereat of the Afro-Americans of that section, that Afro-Americans, bpnght real estate in that city duripg the past year valued at $100,000. This does not look much like the colored folk of that state are preparing in a body to emigrate to their African fath erland. • * • From the annual repo...

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

Uhe SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. IX.. NO. 39 POLITICAL POT - PIE Some of the Republican leaders in the legislature are fearful lest the passage of the slot machine and the anti-gambling bills will injure the party at the polls next year, but as a majority of the Democrats just as well as a majority of the Republicans in the legislature voted for the bills there is no more reason to beiieve that they will militate against the Re publicans at the polls than the Demo crats. Both of these measures wore passed in the interest of public mor als and the law abiding citizens who would condemn an individual or party for supporting such wholesome meas ures is himself a criminal at heart and unworthy of the honor of citizen ship. The Pie-maker does not believe that either of the measures will ever be discussed on the stump in any sub sequent campaign. • • • Rumor about the state capital is flying about to the effect that Hon. John H. Powell will resign from the board of regents of the University of...

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

The Seattle Republican Established May. 1894. H. R. Cayton Editor Suaie Revels Cayton Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATKS. One Year *2.00 Six Months 1-00 Three Months 60 Entered at the Postofflce at Seattle as Second-class Mail Matter. flona Fide Circulation 2,500 Next Thursday night will see the end of the eighth legislature. A month's drouth in this state in the winter is certainly unprecedented. Will the fifty-eighth Congress muz zle Tillman? is the question of the hour. "What's the "matter with the "war clouds?" None have shown up for a whole week. Until the 12th of April next we will be compelled to lend our smiles to the observation of Lent and its religious rites. If the editor of the Times is not careful his chickens will yet come home to roost as much as he objects to such a proceeding. Seattle's remarkable gas war pos sesses the necessary ingredients, which, if properly operated, will throw a flood of light on the subject. Mike Doogan is the rage of the town just now and all beca...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 6 March 1903

Amusements j^_ The Minister and the School Children m Lovers' Lain. "LOVER'S LANE." "Lover's Lane," one of tln> few iiti- 1 equivocal undisputed successes of the | past dramatic year, will be seen at the Grand the last four nights ol j next week. It is one of the newest and quite the best of the Clyde Fitch plays. It is the production of Win. A. Urndy and characterized by all the skill and almost reckless expenditure for which his offerings are distinctive. "Lovers' I.ane" has a unique record. Produced in New York in midwinter it ran there for five months and was then transferred to Chicago, where It tri umphed over the unprecedented heat -conditions of last summer. Its recent run of fourteen weeks in Philadelphia was a record breaker. It is the ori ginal company that Mr. Brady sends Jiere with all the beauties of scenery, including the real apple orchard. Clyde Fitch is just now the prevailing tad as a dramatist. There is no na tive author who will nave so many plays before the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 6 March 1903

THE AFRO-AMERICANS Maid of Sulu—pretty girl, Living half-way round the world, Let me have a talk with you, No one listening, just us two. Are you frightened or just shy? Can't you like me if you try? Let me take you by the hand, Teach you till you understand. I won't harm you, trust me now — See, I promise with a vow. Maid of Sulu —happy child, Belle of all your native Isle, Where'd you get those eyes so black? Give the sprites those dimples back; Drooping eyelids, pretty mouth, Just as though you'd lived down South. Hair so lovely—black as night, Teeth so even, pearly white. Maid of Sulu, chifa of play, laughing, dancing all the day. Maid of Sulu —girl of brown, Never on your face a frown, Just been happy all your life, Be my little savage wife. Leave the bamboo and the cane, Quit the Sultan's small domain; Won't you come and live with me In my home across the sea? Let me, let me, I entreat, To His Excellency speak. —W. F. Fonvielle, in New York Age. * • * While there is such a wav...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 13 March 1903

Tsf>e SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. IX., NO. 40 POLITICAL POT - PIE The Eighth legislature died last night (Thursday) by statutory limi tation, and it is now a thing of the past. It has done a great deal of leg islation and perhap s passed more measures than any previous legisla ture in this state. Many of the bills passed are of much general merit, while on the other hand many passed are only of interest to a few individ uals. The efforts of many of the members of the legislature were prompted from selfish motives with the view of becoming more prominent in the affairs of the state, yet, be it said to the credit of a majority of them, they did their work with the view of bettering the condition of the state rather than their own. The work accomplished by the late legislature will from time to time be discussed in these columns and that, too, with out bias or prejudice. • • • If rumors are true, and, it seems that they are well founded, the grand jury has found true bills against Mayor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 13 March 1903

The Seattle Republican Established May. 1894. H. R. Cayton Editor Susie Revels Cayton AMOciate SUBSCRIPTION HATES. One Year $2.00 Six Months 1.00 Three Months 60 Entered at the Postofflce at Seattle as Second-class Mail Matter. flona Fide Circulation 2,500 March can now boast of its snow storms as loudly as of its wind storms. The governor managed by veto to save the Times, his personal organ, from getting its just deserts. Christ Benson was a second Harry Tracy, only Benson is a crouching coward, while Tracy was a conceited fool-hardy ass.- The post office outlook for Indianola, Miss., after all. is not so black as it has been pictured. The post mis tress is an octoroon. Tillman's recent malignment in his Chicago speech of the late lamented McKinley is but another proof of the cuasedness of the old beast. The little "evening twinkler" seems to have almost Chased itself out of breath and it certainly has succeeded in Chasing itself out of town. Minneapolis and Kansas City need not t...

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