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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 10 April 1903

Extraordinary Sale of Fine Pianos Lack of space makes it necessary for us to do one of two things—pay for storage or sell quickly. We decided on the latter course. Eight carloads of Pianos have been received within the last ten days. To reduce the stock to comfortable size quickly, we have made the following price concessions. These prices are to be in force just one week Richmond $400 $290 Comstock & Sons .... 360 250 Scaulhoff & Son 3 85 275 Barnes & Son 385 275 A Saving of $110 for People Who Act Quickly Ka^h Piano is marked in plain figures —any child can buy one. And any one will be sold and delivered to you immediately For $1O Cash and $6 a Month This is the biggest and the best sale of Pianos ever announced in the Northwest. Every instrument is guaranteed absolutely for live years and every one is quite up to the high standard we have established. Since the only object of these sweeping reductions is to make needed room. Sherman, Clay & Co. Steinway Dealers 71...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 10 April 1903

The Seattle Republican Brtabllihed May. 1894. H. R. Cayton Editor 6usie Revels Cayton Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year $2.00 Brx Months I-00 Three Months *>0 Entered at the Postofflce at Seattle as Second-class Mail Matter. Bona Fide Circulation 2.50U It's a Boy. Elei i i n held in n , !•. n Istricl the ... ■ On the whole the;, liavi ! Aii excl fi ■ i< mai ke: it a man Bho ■ ! ong the i with one haa . holding hs much in the . hi his pants as the ladies da In their skirts how the wo men would tai gh, Caiter Harrison has baen re-eled i Mayor ot Chicago, lie has already ■erved thi 11 terms. The D< mocrats : sec in to have a cinch on the wind.', j city. Tom 1.. Johnson has also been re-i lected mayor of Cleveland, On Wednesday President Roosevelt "took to tlif woods" in the Yellow stone National Park, and lor tin next two W( . 'us will be lost to til ■ world. In the meantime ours will i.c a gov ernment without a visible head. If all the indictments passed up by Mi,' !ii. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 10 April 1903

CLASS WAR NOT THE REMEDY. \ war (ii classes, as suggested by a . « orreepondeni In the 1.-!., of the Brd hist., will never settle the vexed ques tion thai hits iO long been agitating ' the public mind, and cause amicable relations to exist between those two great forces, capital ami labor. This writer, promulgating a heretofore un heard of idea of political economy, gays thai the problem of labor and capital can never lie settled until we have two great parties, one represent ing the capitalist class, and standing ' ,vi a capita.isi platform, and one rep resenting the laboring class, with a platform representing their Ideas. A veil ri cognized law of political econo my is. thai capital and labor are de pendent one upon the other and the ■ii,.,i | : ood feeling must exist for the mutual benefit of both. No rea -unable mail will gainsaj the truth of hi. law, and In the light of which, our friend's theory, for ii is only a theory, all. ni il own weight. Following i his correspondent's ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 10 April 1903

CITY LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE, SHERIFF'S S.M.I-: OF REAL ESTATE. BTATE OF WASHINQTI >N, County of King, -ss. Sheriff's Office. By Virtue of an order of sale issued out of the Honorable Superior Court of King County, on the 26th das' of March. j:>o.i. by the Clerk thereof, in the case of The City of Seattle, Plaintiff, Catherine M. Cantrell and William 11. Cantrell, her husband. J. Uidmead Wright and U S. Willard, defendants. Xo. 22H21. and to me. as Sheriff, di rected and delivered; Notice is herebi given, That I wili proceed to sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, within the hours prescribed by law for Sheriffs sales. to-wit; At in o'clock a. m, on the Kith day Of .May. A. I). 1908, before the Court House door of said King County, in the state of Washington, all of the right, title and interest of the. said defendants in and to the following described prop erty, situated in King County, State of Washington, to-wit: Against lot 11, block 1. in the sum of $:iS.2O,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 10 April 1903

CITY USUAL NOTic i:s NOTICE. SHERIFF'S SAI.K OF REAL, KSTATK. STATE OF WASHINGTON, County of Kin*;, ss. Sheriff's Office. is.v virtu* of iin order of sale Issued "ut of the Honorable Superior Court of King County, mi the :!lst day of March J!»o:s, by the Clerk thereof, In the rase 01 Une < tty iii Seattle, Plaintiff, versus Henry K. Hall Elliubeth B, Hall ins wife, defendants, Nil. 14826, mml in me, aa Sheriff, di rected and delivered. Notice Is herein given, That I will proceed to sell at public auction to Lhe Highest bidder for cash, within the hours prescribed by law for Sheriffs sales to-Wit : At in o'clock A, M., on the 16th daj of .May. A. I>. 1903, before the Court House dom- of said Kiiin County, in the State of Washington, all of tlie right, title, and Interest of the said defendants In and to the following de scribed property, situated in King: Coun ty, State of Washington, to-wit: Smith half of lot (), Block 21 Ktdd's Addition to Seattle. In the sum of m.48. and the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 10 April 1903

AFRO-AMERICANS. Continued (rom page i mis defeated, notwithstanding the fact the bull; ot his tickel was elected. Let the Negro voter practice this .more i» the future and he will command twice the amount of respect from the politician! in all parties that he has in the past. The Chicago paper* edit ed by colored men. regardless of their political faiths, were a unit in oppo sition to Stewart, and they thereby showed to the world and to the poli ticians that such dirty contemptable remarks about Negro manhood would not go unrebuked, Politicians are slowly but surely learning that the Negro is no longer party mad. and will "do" the Republican scoundrel jusi as quickly as the Democratic one if its the former instead of the latter that makes remarks reflecting on his manhood. • * * HONEY. ißy faul Laurence Dunbar.) Sweetes' of all lovin' words, Honey. Honey. Got de soun' of matin' birds- Honey, Honey. Othah words don' seem to 'spress What's a-th'obbln' in yo' breas', Don' try nuffln' m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 17 April 1903

U/ye SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. I.X, NO. 45 POLITICAL. "\ do not think there is quite as much politics in Kittitas county now as there was some siN or seven years ago," said Hon. Eugene Wilson one day this week. "Yes, once on a time Kittitas county was a warm number, and a good many hot battles were won and lost by her ambitious politicians. The most of the old scrappers, how ever, have long since found other lo cations and are engaged in business more paying than politics. Politics is a game that can not be played too long unless one has money to burn and that accounts foi' the rise and tall of politicians every few years. I have almost lost track of the political affairs of not only Kittitas, but every other county In the state. In other words, I am strictly out of politics, and, if the court knows itself, and it thinks it does, I propose to stay out of politics. "Well, yes, I am rather proud to say I now claim Seattle and King county as my home, and will there fore do everything I c...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 17 April 1903

TALES QF THE TOWN. Rev. Matthews must have been try ing to goody-goody Editor Chadwiek the other evening on the Capitol Hill car in order to keep the latter from roasting him in future as be did last Saturday. As the two sat intently chatting, periodically the ••reverend" would let loose a snort which would cause the whole car to startle, but as he hails from the Southland, where greatness in man is measured by the amount of noise he makes out of his mouth, it was no more than should be expected. Dr. Matthews and Ddltor Chadwick presented a comical sight as they sat side by side. The former looked like two toothpicks with a masque of men's clothing on. while the latter looked like an Illinois grunter that had been fed on peas, potatoes and pot liquor instead of corn, and had been dressed up for a regular country fair. ♦ * * Strange things from a racial stand point frequently come from the South land, and judging from the conversa tion that deeply engrossed Rev. Mat thews and Editor ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 17 April 1903

Afro-American Observations BOOKER T. WASHINGTON, No man, irrespective of his nationality, is doing as much for deserving humanity as Booker Washington, and his great work is the-comment of the world. Tlie tribute paid him by ex- President h'rover Cleveland, whom some one hqs pronounced "that ideal American," last Tuesday night shores in what high esteem he 'is held by our nation's greatest men. President Roosevelt has honored Mr. Washington as has no other man of his nationality ever before been honored save and except the immortal Frederick Douglas, and he will go down in history as one of the United States' greatest benefactors. More young men and women owe their splendid educational qualifications to his teachings than can be said of any other one man in this country. More men and women owe their financial success to him than can be said of any other one man. He is truly a human benefactor. Negro wealth in Georgia exceeds that of the Negroes in any other state, according to an ar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 17 April 1903

The Seattle Republican Established May. 1894. H. R. Cayton Editor Susie Revel* Cayton Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATKS. One Year *2<>o ■rx Months 10° Three Months 60 ■ntered at the Postofflce at Seattle as Second-class Mail Matter. flona Fide Circulation 2.500 The new American clip defender, the Reliance, was launched with due cere mony on Saturday. Easter lilies are not in it, compared with the blooming school ma'ams that have invaded Seattle this week. Fish, perhaps, can't hear, but the fellow who makes the least fuss al ways manage to get the most fur on fishing expeditions. Most people in this country would much rather believe that Henry Wat terson himself is touched with Negro blood than that the New York smart set is. It is to be regretted that the men who run the Rtreet cars when the strikers would not. are to be placed at the bottom of the ladder as to em ployment. Osculator Hobson and seven hun dred school ma'ams in the city at the same time. My! what an opportunity, hoth...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 17 April 1903

AMUSEMENTS BIG TESTIMONIAL. All of the theatrical managers and actors in the city are interested in the monster testimonial performance to be given at the Grand next Tuesday afternoon. April 21. for the purpose of raising funds to build a sanitarium for members of the theatrical profession afflicted with the dread disease of con sumption. This is a national move ment and in every large city similar entertainments will be held during the coming week. • • • "DAVID HARUM." There s promise of much genuine entertainment in the announcement that. Charles Frohman is to present William H. Crane at the Grand next Wednesday and Thursday in the dram atization of "David Harum." Nearly every one read Westcott's entertaining story whch so long and so tenaciously held its place at the head of the list of the "six best selling books," and certainly every one who has at all kept in touch with theatrical history has heard of the success of the play dramatized from it. Mr. Crane's por trait of Harum i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 17 April 1903

f4eaus of the Horthmest K^ »"■ fcy*fl tyliKi^S^f^^l^! KSS -^- .tMf-w .aB Kfcfc>^->"H?EMv;H'tow""i^^^^^iaa B^ '\v^ ' ' • * Ifl #o county in the State of Washington and no county in any state or section of the great Northwest, even a-cross the boundary lines, has more real undeveloped -wealth awaiting the actions of the hardy pioneer than, Okatwgan county. Not only rich in mineral resources, but it is like wise one of the fittest fruit producing sections of the state, and trill eventually be noted for its wheat producti-on. It has always been the mining center of the Northwest. The above cut rep reesents an Okanogcm exhibit at a Spokane Fruit Fair. There are twelve second-class post offices in U>is state, the total gross receipts of which, for the year ending March 31, 1903, follow; Everett. $26, --755; Whatcom, 123,959! Walla Walla. 921,811; North Yakima, 915,310; Olym pia, 914,392; Aberdeen, 911,086; Col fax, 910,200; Vancouver, 99,202; Bal lard, 98,409; Pairhaven, 98,312; ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 17 April 1903

proceed to sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, within the hour i prescribed by law for Sheriff's sales, to-wit: At 10 O'clock a. m. on the liith day Of Max. A. D. 1903, before the Court House door of said King County, in the .state of Washington, all of the right, title and Interett of the said defendants in iiki to the fcllnwing described prop erty, situated in King County, State of Washington, to-wit: Against the west 75 feet of lot three in the sum of 169.60; against the west 75 feet of south half of lot two, in tne stun of $"r».7(i; all in block six. Lake Dell Addition to Seattle, levied on as (he property of defendants to satisfy ■a. judgment amounting to one hundred sixty-six and 45-100 dollars, and costs of suit, in favor of the plaintiff. Dated this Stli day of April. 1903. ED. CUDIHEE, Sheriff. By WM. CORCORAN. Deputy. First publication April 10, 1903. Last publication .May s. l!io::. NOTICE, SHERIFF'S SALE OF REAL EBTATJ& STATE OF WASHINGTON, County ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 17 April 1903

PERSONAL Miss Emma Houston returned to Bc-hool last Tuesday morning. I lon. Allen Weir. a well known Olympia pioneer, was doing the Queen City the flr6t of the week. Hon. W. H. Clark, the Vashon statesman, was among the numerous men of note who spent a few clays in the city this week. Mr. James E. Shepperson and Mr. William Bagley, both of Rosiyn. have been doing business in the city for the most of the past week. Mr. C. C. Crawley. of Everett, who is well acquainted in Seattle, was shaking hands with his old friends in this city during the past week. The waiters of the Tacoma Hotel are preparing to give Mr. and .Mrs. H. Hill a very grand reception April 30th, to which many invitations have been extended. Mr. P. D. Thomas. Mr. A. D. Grif fin, and Mr. W." B. Plummer, all of Portland, Oregon, were doing Masonic lodge business in Seattle some two days of this week. Rev. S. J. Collins, who lived in Se attle for many years, but who is now liastor ir ••harge of the A. M. E. church of Taco...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 24 April 1903

Uhe SEATTLE REPUBLICAN . VOL. IX, NO. 4(i TACOMA'S HOT FIGHT. For political purposes Senator Foster is advocat ing that Eid. Cushman be removed from the United States attorney's office as chief deputy and Charles Bedford, of Tacoma. be appointed in his stead. Evi dently there has been something doing since the senator returned from Washington City, and he and the politicians of Pierce county, and especially thos? opposed to the. renomination of Frank Cushman. have been talking matters over and the fight on Frank is to begin by the ousting of his brother Ed. The Pie-maker predicted a few weeks ago that the senator would have to line up with either Hamilton or Cushman as soon as he got home and it looks as though he has done so. If it be true that the fight is to be waged on Ed. Cushman it simply means that Senator Hamilton will support Foster for re-election, and Foster will support Hamilton for Congress. If such a political union has been formed you can look for the hottest politica...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 24 April 1903

flfro-Ameriean Observations Southern Degeneracy. We do not mean that the South is degenerating (but along some lines that might be an open question), but the old time chivalry, the boasted heritage of the Southern gentleman, Is passing away and in its place we find a beligerancy border ing on pugilistic ruffianism. This pugnacious tendency has exhibited itself in the courts of justice, in the senate cham ber of the United States, in the halls of state legislatures, and In public thoroughfares. The fight of Tillman and McLarin in the United States senate is familiar to all. The attack of big Senator Bailey, of Texas, on a fellow senator in the senate chamber, and the cutting scrape in which Senator Money figured with a street car conductor in Washington, is equally a familiar. Many other instances of lesser notoriety might be cited; yet the gentlemen engaged in these fistcuffs represent the best element of Southern civilization and refinement. Most of them attained their high positio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 24 April 1903

Klancy Building, Washington St. April, 1903. Dear Fayther: Oi wud hey writ to yez sooner but the hole club has been drunk wid celebratin the relase uv our luvin Prisidint. Oi tell yez that awful Shuffleton franchine was near playin the divil wid the hole uv us. Oi tell yez how it wuz. The Raypublican partee sed the stalen that is goin on bates the divil an a gallery play must be maid to throw dust in the eys uv the deer paple. A Grany Jury MIKE DOOGEN. wus made an the paple wus fooled to bate the divil an wuz clappin their hands an sayin the thaves will get kitched now thin. Oi tould yez before that Oi wint to jale loike a dom fule that Oi wus whin Oi found that the hole thing was horse play. Oi sed Fayther Abraham, phat did yez let me go to jale fur. He put his finger on his nose and sez, sez he, Moike, phat did yez git thim thousand dollar notes fur? To thro dust if naded sez Oi. Al rite sez he. Well thin, sez Oi, phat did they put Gov. Simple in jale fur sez Oi? Moike sez he, j'e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 24 April 1903

The Seattle Republican Established May. 1894. M. B. Cayton Editor Suai* Revels Cayton Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Ob* Year $2.00 Stx Months 100 Three Months 60 ■ntered at the Postofflce at Seattle as Second-class Mail Matter. Bona Fide Circulation 2,500 The country can now rest easy. Richard Croker says he does not in tend to return to New York. We are hearing considerable of Aguinaldo. the "has been," and his order to kill General Otis, but where is Aguinaldo the "is be," or isn't he? Since the trouble with $1,000 bills, Missouri boodlers will doubtless, here after, refuse to take theirs in such large chunks. Smaller bills go farther and attract less attention. Now comes the town of Issaquah and says it is the best located com munity for the new county seat of King comity, when Seattle shall have seceded. Kent and Issaquah are now j in the race. Who next? The Philadelphia Record says that a panic is not necessary to enable the Democrats to carry the next presi dential election. W...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 24 April 1903

"They must get on together. This is the necessity of the time and it Is to the intelligence of the leaders of both interests that society at large looks for the developments of indus try on a basis of social progress. The State Agricultural College at Pullman will install a chair of domes tic economy next year, for the pur pose of teaching girls the science of housekeeping. If more girls would master this art and fewer find service in the marts of trade, the world would be the better for it. While we cannot approve of the method of a North Seattle man in making his son a prisoner in his own home, to keep him from bad com pany, we can and do admire the spirit that prompts it. Judging by the in difference of so many parents in al lowing their children to roam the streets at will, and to grow into all kinds of vice, it is high time some strenuous measures were resorted to to save the race. Children are not so much to be blamed as are the parents who permit them to come up in the devil'...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 24 April 1903

f4euis of the l^opthaiest Whatcom claims a pay roll of $90, --000 per month from its twenty-four manufacturing establishments. Work will begin at once on con struction of defensive works at Sitka and Dutch Harbor, Alaska. Work is to begin immediately upon a new line of railroad from Grants Pass to Crescent City, in Oregon. An extra effort is to be put forth to suppress smuggling through Puget Sound ports. This is to apply not only to merchandise, but to the landing of Chinese and Japanese as well. Commander Booth-Tucker, of the Salvation Army, will begin a three days' revival campaign in Seattle, be ginning Saturday evening the 25th inst. The promoters of the Seattle-Everett electric line have about perfected ar rangements whereby they will run their cars into Seattle over the Seat tle Electric Cos. lines, l'rom Ballard. Northern California is to have a great canal extending from the Sacra mento river at Redding to connect with the big Solusa and Glenn county canal. Bremerton citize...

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