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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 29 May 1903

AFRO - AMERICANS OBSERVATIONS Chamber Maid Heroined. From press dispatches it is learned that that In dianapolis chambermaid who refused to clean up the hotel room which was occupied by Prof. Booker T. Washington, on the grounds that it was below the dignity of a white woman to work for a Negro, and was promptly discharged by the proprietor for insu bordination, has been heroined by the Southern peo ple, and in their misguided enthusiasm have already made her up a purse of $2500, and, so widespread has become the comment, that that amount may be doubled in the near future, and thereby be the means of the woman going into the hotel business herself, and then as willing to entertain Mr. Washington at $5 and $10 a day as the other fellow. But after all what egregious asses must those Southern people be to get caught by such a corse gold brick trick as that. Dollars to doughnuts that that chambermaid is a shrewd Yankee woman and fell upon that particular plan to pick up a little easy mo...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 29 May 1903

We are Calling your attention to the extra large and extra low priced display of things comfor- g j» table for the S I*-*^* ~^r-W $1.15 $1.35 A neat child's rocker; Here is a very cute eoiid seat, very strong; little reed rocker; very nicely finished, too. light, but strong. Standard Furniture Co. L. Schoenfeld & Sons 1012-1018 First Avenue TACOMA SEATTLE WHATCOM AMUSEMENTS. "A WISE WOMAN." An attraction that merits more than passing notice will be seen at the Grand next Sunday night. It is the company that is presenting Wilfred Clarke's comedy, "A Wise Woman." This play which the London critics credit with being one of the cleverest farces presented for some time, had a run at the Strand theater, the engage ment lasting foi 238 nights, during the entire period of which the business was up to a record-breaking point. The fact that the public liked and patron ized the play to such an extent is the very strongest kind of endorsement. The presentation of Mr. Clarke's come dy in thi...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 5 June 1903

iMH^^MHB^BI |HB nrn 4.H v»c SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. I.X, NO. 52 Is Governor JVleßride Politically Dead? POLITICAL POTPIE Now that the President has come and gone and in asmuch as Governor .Mcßride got more notoriety out of his stay in' the state than it had been expected he would get, persons who play the game of politics, both for amusement as well as for gain, have begun to vigorously size up the situation, trying to find out where not only themselves but everybody else is at. "Has Governor Mcßride lost or gained in political power? If he has gained, in what locality of the state has he gained, and, if lost, where at?" Right here one politician rises to ask, "Did the governor have any thing politically to lose? Was he not a dead one be fore the President got here? Is he not just as dead now as he was before?" These are all pertinent ques tions, and while they might be answered in a way on the spur of the moment, yet it would be wise to take the usual method of thinking twice and s...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 5 June 1903

KING COUNTY FAIR ASSOCIATION BY the time this issue reaches a majority of our readers the gates of the King County Fair Association will be thrown wide open for the reception of the large crowds that will surely attend the opening day of the Summer Meeting, During the week a large number of additional horses have arrived and ere the sounding bell rings for the opening race there will be close to 400 horses on the grounds, and to provide suitable accommodation for them, a large force of carpenters have been employed* During the week the track received its baptism, its future cognomen being "The Meadows/ though it is but fair to state that had the wishes of the majority of the competitors been regarded the name would be "Van de Vanter Park/ after our esteemed State Senator* The re-organization of the Driving Club has resulted in a large additional list of members and already the allotted number of members has been reached, the arrangements are all completed and everything has been pro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 5 June 1903

Tales of the Town The dismissal of Captain \V. J. Bryant as inspector of hulls at this port and Captain C. C. Cherry as in spector of steamers' boilers was not unexpected and was the logical outcome of the investigation that has been going on for some weeks past. If rumors can be relied upon the dismissal of Captain Bryant at least should have occurred some years ago. If there is any part of the public service that should be con ducted fairly and honestly by competent men, it is that which has to do with the inspection of vessels. When one thinks of the thousands of lives and mil lions of dollars worth of property that is dependent upon the steam and sail crafts that ply the deep, the thought of incompetent or indifferent inspection strikes terror to the average heart. It is an alleged fact that during the Alaska rush, a few years ago, many unseaworthy vessels were allowed to leave this port, and the wreckage of many of them, strewn on the beach between here and there, are silent wi...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 5 June 1903

THE SEATTLE REPUBLICAN H. B. Cayton •■ Edit°r Susie Revels Cayton Assocate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year *200 Six Months 1- Three Months 60 Entered at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second-class Mail Matter. Bona Fide Circulation 2 500 Offlct:. A. W. Denny Bldg.. 1414 Second. Telephone Main 305. The idea, of taxing public franchises, as is being advocated in some quarters, is a good one, shove it along. Owners of rich priv ileges should pay their share of the public expense. After all it makes but little difference what W. J. Bryan thinks of Grover Cleveland or vice versa, so long as there is no danger of either of them being President, and so long as the American fac tories are kept busy using up American raw materials and paying protected American wages. The danger point has been passed for the Lewis and Clark exposition in Portland. Through inability to secure the necessary number of signatures by the time required the striking trades un ion people are unable to force a referendum v...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 5 June 1903

%• Realm of Religion«« (Continued from last week.) That the iove and help of the Christian public have been loyally given to the American Bible Society, and that it, in return, has worthily been doing the great work intrusted to it, is proved by its record of over seventy million volumes, in about one hundred lan guages. The lately elected president of the American Bible Society is Daniel Coit Oilman, LL.D., president of the Carnegie Institute, Washington. The corresponding secretaries are Rev. John Fox, I).!)., Rev. William I. Haven, D.1)., and Rev. Edward P. Ingersoll, D.D., and the treasurer is Mr. William Foulke. The society is con trolled by a board of thirty-six managers, chosen from the various denominations, such as Baptist, Congregationalist, Friends, Luth eran, .Methodist Episcopal, Presbyterian, Protestant Episcopal, Re formed, etc. The general offices and principal manufacturing plant of the society are in the Bible House, Fourth Avenue and Eighth Street, New York. This ...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 5 June 1903

** Realm of Rtligion i ( uiil imiol fri Mil last week. i That i he ;,i\ ,■ and help of ilu t hrislian public have l»cen loyally m in the American liible Society, ami thai it, in return, has wnrthilv been doing the great work intrusted in it, is proved by its record of oxer seventy million volumes, in about one Iniudred lan linages. I lie latch elected president of the American liible Society is Daniel ( oil (iilman, L 1..1)., president of the I arnegie Institute, Washington, The corresponding; secretaries are Rev. John l-ox, |).I)., Rev. William I. Haven, I).I)., and Rev. Kdward I. Ingersoll, I ).|)., and llie treasurer is Mr. William Koulkc. The society is con inillcd b\ a board of thirty si.N managers, chosen from the various denominations, such as baptist, Congrcgatioiialist, h'riends, Lutli .ian. Methodist l".|)iscopal, I'resbytcriau, I'rotestani episcopal, Re fi.nneil. etc. Ihe general offices and principal manufacturinß plant if the sr>eiet\ are in the I'.iblc House, I'ourl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 5 June 1903

BRIEF REVIEW OF PASSING EVENTS Younger Men for President. V\ hile the constitution provides that a man of only thirty-five years is eligible to the office oi President, yet the practice has been, in the past, to elect only men full of years to that high position. Only once, in the case of General Grant, has a man under fifty years of age, been selected, but what he lacked in years he made up in experience. The act in the past of thus choosing older men has proven to be the bet ter part of wisdom. A young, an experimental gov ernment, as was ours at the start, needed the deliber ate, the careful judgment of men of years of experi ence; needed the "old men for council." But a change has come. It was not realized until the fate that placed a young man in the executive chair made it visible. While a young nation needs the older, steady hands at the helm, the same nation, when 1t has at tained its stability and taken its place in the front line of the nations of the earth needs a younger...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 5 June 1903

PROBATE NOTICE. —IN THE SUPE rior Court of the State of Washington, for the County of King. No. 4280.—Notice of Settlement of Final Account. State of Washington. County of King, ss. In the matter of the Estate of George R. Olson, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that P. F. Nordby, the administrator of the estate of George R. Olson, deceased, has ren dered to. and filed in said court his final account as such administrator, and that Thursday, the 11th day of June. 1903, at 1.30 o'clock p. m., at the court room of the Probate Department of our said Superior Court, in the City of Se attle, in said King County, has been duly appointed by said court for the settlement of said account, at which time and place any person interested in said estate may appear and file his ex ceptions in writing to said account, and contest the same. Witness, the Hon. Boyd J. Tallman, judge of said Superior Court, and the seal of said court hereto afflixed this 6th day of May, 1903. C. A. KOEPFLI. Clerk. By D...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 5 June 1903

Afro4merican Fair play is always admirable, but when the Negro receives from the courts of the Southland anything like the just treatment that an American citizen should expect, it is surprising yet recorded with exceeding great joy. Along the Negro's uphill road such things stand as mile posts pointing to ward the betterment of the race situ ation in the South. Recently the case of a white man who attempted to ab duct a ] 4-year-old colored girl came up before Judge Crutchfleld in a police court at Richmond, Va. The man was given the fullest penalty of the law. The judge added that "Colored people that respect themselves and are re spected can get the protection of the law in this court." Judge Anderson of the circuit court at Vicksburg. Miss., denounced the open vice of white men living in adultery with black women and charged the grand jury to indict those guilty of It. plac ing the chief responsibility for this vicious state of affairs on the white men of the community. There we...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 12 June 1903

SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. X. NO. 1 DOES SENATOR LEVI ANKENY'S BRAND READ, "N. P." OR "S. P." POLITICAL POTPIE An inquisitive Seattleite is rather anxious to learn whose mark Senator Levi Ankeny will wear at Wash ington City when the transport controversy comes up in Congress for adjudication soon after the next ses sion begins. It will he remembered that it was the C). R. & X. railroad company that was chiefly respon sible for .Mr. Anken's election, and that company fav ors San Francisco over the Puget Sound country in the fight for the transport business of the government to her insular possessions in the Pacific ocean. Of course the (). R. & X. would have been helpless in the sen atorial fight without the assistance of the Northern Pacific and the Great Xorthern, and so they pooled their interests, and with their forces combined his election was an easy matter. Strange to say, even before Air. Ankeny cleverly takes his seat a clash of interest between tile two great forces w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 12 June 1903

AMUSEMENTS The Sanford Company have added fiesh laurels to those already won by their production of "The Struggle of Life" at the Third Avenue Theatre this week. It is a melodrama and a good one and in the hands of the splendid company that is presenting it all of its fine points are brought out in an able manner. This week Miss Ethelle Earle is the wronged heroine instead of the worldly adventuress and it is pleasing to note the excel lent manner in which she handles all the parts assigned to her as she ap pears equally at home in one as in another. Next week the Sanford Company will be seen in a play that created a ADELAIDE SMlTH—Walter Kanford Co., Thi'nl Aye. Theatre. very favorable impression when seen here about three years ago. It is a play dealing with army life among the Indians in Montana during the year 1876 at which time Custer and his brave band were massacred. The Sanford Company should be able to present this splendid play in a capa ble manner and the patrons of the T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 12 June 1903

Tales of the Town It is not all smooth sailing for those lately evolved charitable institutions, so-called, that have been organ ized as a mantle to try to cover up the hidious form of the gambling octopus. Some arrests have been made and the generous hearted charity gamesters have been compelled to "cough up" some of the charity funds as bail money, with a hard hearted, uncharitable, cold blooded municipality. The fact that there was no re- striction placed upon those arrested, and they were only taken from the delightful occupation and labor of love, for sweet charity, for but a few minutes, acted no doubt as a soothing- balm to the outrage heaped upon them. It is supposed that the fact of the arrests and the securing of a deposit from those arrested ap peased the outraged dignity of the city to such an ex tent that t,he subsequent and continued progress of the games was perfectly admissible. This is the only ex planation or reason in sight why the arrests referred tc did not put ...

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 12 June 1903

THE^SEATTLE REPUBLICAN Editor H. R. Cayton . - Attoelat , Susie Revels Cayton SUBSCRIPTION RATES. $2.00 One Year i.oo Six Months Three Months • Entered at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second-class Mail Matter. Bona Fide Circulation 2 500 Office, A. W. Denny Bldg.. 1414 Second. THei>hone Main 305. Every business man should in the interests of Seattle work to prevent the rumored selection to take the place of the present chief of police. There is no need of going from bad to worse.— The Trade Register. Quite an encouraging sign of the times is the increasing popu lar demand for law enforcement. The press of this state, so far as expressed', is a unit in regard to the enforcement, to the letter, of the gambling law. now in effect. The Kent Journal says a woman in that city has a wooden man for a husband. And that he may be conveniently near when needed, she has stacked him up in the back yard. So now, when she gets her Irish up, she goes out and pelts woody with rocks. The best and ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 12 June 1903

BRIEF REVIEW OF PASSING EVENTS A United States in Miniature. "Rule or ruin" is the political slogan in Honolulu. The Hawaiian Islands have inaugurated a sort of United States in miniature in the Pacific. A new system of government is about to take effect, the re sult of a long and hitter fight between native and white legislators. The Hawaiian legislature recently passed a law to establish county government through out the islands, an American United States govern ment on a small scale. After the dethronement of Queen Liliuokalani all federal authority emanated from Honolulu. With the annexation to the United States this system of government was abolished. The Island of Hawaii has been divided into' two counties. A third county is made up of the islands of Maul, Molokai, Kakoolawe and Lenai. A fourth county comprises the island of Oahu and a fifth the island of Nuhau and Kanai. Of the former centralization, the only vestige that remains is the school system, still existing under cen...

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 12 June 1903

A new type of steamer invented by a Danish captain is attracting much attention at Copenhagen, 1 In- screw is placed amidships inMead of ai the stern, thereby securing gteater steadiness and in creased speed. It is refreshing to see a large and influential labor organiza tion, like the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, come out boldly in condemnation of the foolish, the altogether useless and really vicious sympathetic strike. The grievances uf no set of men, however real or damaging to themselves, are of so much import ance to the public that other workingmen, without a grievance, the employes of such and the general public should be made to suffer because of them. Let every tub stand on its own bottom. A Chicago department store has just closed a contract for a page advertisement a day for an entire year. The amount of money involved is about $120,000. The contract is one of the largest ever placed in this country. John Wanamaker of New York and Phila delphia was the first merchan...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 12 June 1903

PROBATE NOTICE. —IN THE SUPE rior Court of the State of Washington, for the County of King. No. 4280. —Notice of Settlement of Final Account. State of Washington, County of King, ss. In the matter of the Estate of George R. Olson, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that P. F. Nordby, the administrator of the estate of George it. Olson, deceased, has ren dered to. and filed in said court his final account as such administrator, and that Thursday, the 11th day of June, 1903, at 1.30 o'clock p. m., at the court room of the Probate Department of our said Superior Court, in the City of Se attle, in said King County, has been duly appointed by said court for the settlement of said account, at which time and place any person interested in said estate may appear and file his ex ceptions in writing to said account, and contest the same. Witness, the Hon. Boyd J. Tallman, juJge of said Superior Court, and the seal of said court hereto affiixed this Uth day of May, 1903. C. A. KOEPFLI, Clerk. By...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 12 June 1903

Afro =American Bishop Turner Explains. Bishop Turner wrote the following to the Chicago Conservator touching his policy as to the American Negro'i success: Atlanta, Ga.. May 29, 1903. D. R. Wilkins, Editor of the Con servator: I notice in your issue of May 23 that you have done me the honor of publishing a hastily written letter which I intended to be personal, and was therefore wanting in that par ticularity which your able paper mer its. However, in your complimentary reference to it you have done me a little injustice, which I would be pleased to correct. You say, "The Bishop sees the only hope of the Ngro in wholesale emigra tion or deportation to Africa. And the Conservator contends that the Negro should stay on his own soil and con tend even to the death." You have been misinformed as to what might be termed my policy. I have never advocated the wholesale emigration or deportation of our race to Africa. I know this is the current rumor, and I have been severely criti cized and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 19 June 1903

15he _ SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. X. NO. 8 NOW AN AIMKENY - PIPER POLITICAL COMBINE IS AGAIN POSSIBLE The story to the effect that Ankeny ami Piper have patched Up their differences and that Ankeny had invited Piper to visit him in Walla Walla where they could agree upon a slate for the next state convention and tor a suitable candidate as the next United States senator from this state reminds the Pie-maker that if it he passible for a politician, like the proverbial cat to have nine lives, then one of that class of politicians is George Piper, whose portrait accompanies this screed. George Pi per has been a veritable political nightmare in this country for the past decade or more and re petedly has he been politically killed, but just as repeatedly has he been politically revived and placed at the helm of affairs. If the man does not eventually come to the front as the greatest political leader in the country it will not he for a lack of persistency, as well as in genuity, which thing...

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