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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 28 August 1903

G>6e SEATTLE^ REPUBLICAN VOL. X. NO. 12 POLITICAL POTPIE Municipal politics, so far as Seattleites are con cerned, is being quietly talked just now, and the aver age citizen is showing some concern as to who will be the next mayor of Seattle, and what will be the policy of his administration. Since W. D. Wood left the mayoralty of this city the town has been run on the "wide open" policy, and though such a policy has brought a great deal of money to the city in the shape of commercial trade, yet it has in turn brought so much crime along with it that even those who have been benefitted the most from the wide open policy are now wondering, if it. is not time to call a halt in that direction.' If it is, then the question most perti nent to those suggesting such a move, can it be done and yet re-elect the present mayor. Such may be done, but it is not the belief nor concensus of opinion of those who have given the subject any attention or consideration. Mayor Humes says he is not a ...

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. — 28 August 1903

THE SEATTLE SPIRIT There are several reasons why Seattle, handicapped as it was for years, from lack of direct railroad con nection with the rest of the world and the only rail road then touching the Sound, the Northern Pacific bending all its energy and influence to make the Northwest commercial center on the shores of Com mencement Bay, has attained to a position so far ahead of all competitors that it can be, and now is, magnanimous to its rivals. One of these reasons, and possibly the chief factor in bringing out that unity of purpose and co-operative action that has been so potent a factor in accomplishing this result, and which has been typified the "Seattle spirit," was the very handicap referred to. The people early saw the ad vantage of their location and with commendable spirit decreed that what ought to be done should be done", and not having a railroad or other exploiting corpora tion to look to, did it themselves; and thus grew up that splendid stalwart enthusiasm that ...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 28 August 1903

Church, has been in the city during the week and on Tuesday evening gave a lecture at Ranke Hall, de scriptive of a recent visit to Western Africa, and inci dentally expressed himself very pointedly on the ques tion of African emigration, for the American Negroes. He says unless they are willing to work as pack ani mals at wages not to exceed 24 cents a day, live on rice and palm oil, and for attire, wear simply a breech cloth. they would better remain in America. The bishop is a prominent, talented man and gave a very entertaining lecture, and is thoroughly devoted to the cause of his people, although for himself he has so little Negro blood in him that he would readily pass for an Anglo- Saxon anywhere. * * * The proverb says that stolen waters are sweet, but it is not a good plan to sample the contents of every bottle that drifts ones way, for the contents cannot al ways be told from the shape of the bottle or the smell of the same, as a Madison car conductor found to his sorrow ...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 28 August 1903

THE SEATTLE REPUBLICAN H. R. Cayton •' Edit°r Susie Revels Cayton •■ Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year »200 Six Months Lo° Three Months Entered at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second-class Mall Matter. Bona Fide Circulation 2 >500 Office, A. W. Denny Bldg., 1414 Second. Telephone Main 305. At last the order has reached Bremerton to have the cruiser New York repaired at the Puget Sound navy yard. Great activity is reported at the yards now and call is made for additional work men. A friendly suit has been brought by farmers in Spokane coun ty to test the legality of the law which forbids them shooting game tan their own lands without first securing a license. The farmers rightly consider that such a statute is carrying law a little too far. The shortage in the salmon pack in the Puget Sound district for the season just closed emphasizes two things as needful if this industry is to be kept from disappearing, and those are, first, an abolishment of traps by which fish are ruthl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 28 August 1903

BRIEF REVIEW OF PASSING EVENTS A Commendable Action. The action of the board empowered to select text books for the county schools in selecting one for use in the country districts, upon practical agriculture, is a very commendable oiie. It is in keeping with ad vanced educational ideas. To be practical, the teach ing of the science of agriculture, for it is a science, in the country schools, attended by the sons and daugh ters of farmers and those who live directly from the products of the soil, ought to have a tendency to keep these same sons and daughters from seeking the over crowded cities, by making the life and work of the farm more pleasant and profitable, because the ap plication of the knowledge that may be given by prop er study will enable them to adopt new, improved, and scientific ways by which plain farm work may be made to be as fascinating, as well as profitable, as any other line of effort. But why confine this special study to the country schools? Why not give the...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 28 August 1903

IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF KING County, State of Washington. In the matter of the Peti- \ tion of the City of Seat- \ tie, a city of the first I class, that just compen sation for the private , property to be taken or damaged by the opening. If widening, altering ami I changing the grade of I Second Avenue and Sec- I ond Avenue North, In the City of Seattle, Irom Pike \ street to John street, and -sj o 39151. of the various streets / crossing the same, so far as they may be affected by the proposed changes to be made in Second Avenue and Second Ave nue North, as provided by Ordinance No. 9311 of said city, approved March 3, 1903, be ascertained by a jury, or by the court, in case a jury be waived. The State of Washington to Simeon X Baldwin and Baldwin, his wife; E. Beach and Beach, his wife; Mary A. Beck and Beck, her hus band; C. R. Boardman and Board .nan, his wife; Harris M. Casey and Casey, his wife; Nelson Clark and Clark, his wife; Lois E. Colman and Coleman, her husband; Louis...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 28 August 1903

LAW BOOKS LATEST EDITIONS. Miller's Washington Digest $11.50 Reno's Employers' Liability Acts. 5.00 Clark and Marshall on Private Corporations (3 vals.) 18.00 Carter's Alaska Code 10.00 Blashfield's Instructions to Juries 6.00 Page on Wills 6.00 Kerr on Insurance 6.00 Ballinger on Community Property 6.00 Bolsot on By-Laws 3.00 Brand's Justices' Code (Wash.).. 5.00 Morrison's Mining Rights 3.00 Hammon on Chattle Mortgages (Pacific Coast) 3.75 Church's Northwest Digest 7.50 Cowdery's Forms 6.00 Greenleaf on Evidence, 3 v 015... 15.00 McClain's Criminal Law (2 vols.) 12.00 We also carry all the Washington Codes, the Washington Reports and Ses sion Laws, and Legal Blanks. Denny • Cory ell Co. 716 First Avvnuo The matter of endorsement of the Wayside Mission Hospital by the Chamber of Commerce and resolving to give it hearty support, was a very proper thing to do. The hospital is doing a splendid work and is being supported mostly from the private funds of its promoters. It is doing a wo...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 28 August 1903

PERSONAL. Rev. McPherson returned from a short trip to Portland last Tuesday. Rev. W. J. Tolliver passed through cur city Wednesday evening en route to his church in Portland. Mrs. H. P. Lawhorn returned to her home in Tacoma this week after a pleasant stay at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jones. Miss Carter, representing the A. M. E. Book Concern, at Philadelphia, lec tured at the A. M. E. church last Thursday evening. Rev. and Mrs. S. S. Freeman have returned from the conference at Spo kane, he being again assigned to the church at this place. A bran new baby girl arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Presto last Tuesday evening. Mother and child are both reported as doing well. By oversight the announcement of a new baby girl at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Harvey was not noted last week. Mr. Harvey was justly indignant, because that was a new experience for him. Dr. Charles F. Maxwell, M. D., phy sician at Tulalip Reservation, has been transferred to Neah Bay, Wash., by the com...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 4 September 1903

SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. X. NO. 13 POLITICAL POTPIE If you are a regular subscriber to the Seattle Re publican a personal appeal is herewith made to you by the management that you at this time remit your regular annual subscription instead of a few months later. The accumulated subscriptions of all its sub scribers would greatly assist the management to make both ends meet in a financial way, and you certainly would not refuse so small a favor. Such an appeal as this has never before been made in these columns, and we believe you will believe that it is made in good faith, and each and every subscriber hereof will remit their regular annual subscription at this time. Be fair and just and let us hear from you. • « • A grape vine dispatcj^from Tacoma one day this week declared that State senator Ed. S. Hamilton had announced his intention of entering the fight for the United States senatorship for this state, to suc ceed Senator Addison G. Foster, but a long-distance telephone message ...

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

Realm of Religion The twenty-third psalm is the nightingale of psalms. It is small, of a homely feather, singing shyly out of obscurity; but, oh! it has filled the air of the whole world with melodious joy greater than the heart can conceive! Blessed be the day on which that psalm was born !—Henry Ward Beecher. The beehunter puts a honeycomb into a box and catches a bee. He then covers the box. Soon the bee fills himself with the honey. Being let loose, he finds his way home, and in a little time brings his compan ion with him. They bring their companions until the box is filled. Christians should do likewise. If they have tasted that Word which is sweeter than honey, let them bring their companions.—Pulpit Illustrator. "Our duty is not dependent upon our dispositions. We may feel cross, but that does not relieve us from the duty of being kind and acting courteously. We may feel weak, but we must be strong." The Saturday Evening Post has sought and received from successful business ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 4 September 1903

Wise and Otherwise We are very .sorry. Sir Thomas, but we can't cry. The separate county scheme for Seattle has been put to sleep by its originator, the Chamber of Com merce. The state board of equalization is in session trying to unify the ideas of various assessors and county boards. The Russian bear may be able to "walk like a man," but it appears to have considerable difficulty in other wise acting like one. If an Indian's wife is properly called a squaw, it naturally follows that the offspring from such a union would be a squawker. The good old summer time is now passed, so far as the small boy is concerned, at least, for school be gins again next Monday. It is refreshing to be assured that the recent ac counts of a food shortage in the Tannana district were canards, pure and simple. It is suggested that the supposed new comet with two tails may be Editor Hearst's presidential boom looking for a place to light. It is no less strange that Sir Thomas can smile and smile and be a ...

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

THE SEATTLE REPUBLICAN Editor Susie Revels Cayton Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. „ „ $2.00 One Year i.oo Six Months gQ Three Months .: Entered at the Postofflce at Seattle as Second-class Mail Matter. Bona Fide Circulation 2>so° Office, A. W. Denny Bldg., 1414 Second. Telephone Main 305. When the editor of a colored newspaper declares that his publication is the only one containing the true political news, it is time for th'e^'poo' white trash" to get a move on themselves.— White River Journal. All right, brother, move on; no one is hold ing you. ■ i If British Columbia desires an outlet to the ocean from the main land, it might be a good plan to smile sweetly upon Uncle Samuel and possibly he might be induced to put his arm around her and take her into his family. This would settle the boundary question in a jiffy. The suggestion of General Miles to discontinue the use of cavalry and substitute the automobile in the army is not so bad a plan as might seem from first flush. It wou...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 4 September 1903

BRIEF REVIEW OF PASSING EVENTS Yellow Journalism and the Presidency. Now that there is serious talk about a Hearst boom for the presidential nomination it is time for a little careful consideration of the man and the conditions. There is no danger of his ever being president, so there is no occasion for alarm, except from the fact that a party or set of men, would seriously propose his name for the office. His only claim to prominence is from the fact that he inherited a fortune, which was no crime, and that he has been successful in the newspaper business, which in itself is commendable; but when the character of the papers he has inflicted the world with is taken into consideration, the crime for which he is responsible is appalling. Yellow jour nals, as the Hearst aggregation are called, have done more to degrade and debauch the public mind than all other causes combined, and when the "Father of Yel low Journalism" is seriously proposed for the highest office in the land, it is h...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 4 September 1903

IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF KING County, State of Washington. In the matter of the Peti- i tion of the City of Seat- I tie, a city of the first j class, that just compen sation for the private I property to be taken or v damaged by the openinK. f widening, altering and I changing- the grade of I Second Avenue and Sec- I ond Avenue North, in the | City of Seattle, from Pike \ street to John street, and *No 39151 of the various streets / crossing the same, so far I as they may be affected by the proposed changes to be made in Second Avenue and Second Ave nue North, as provided by Ordinance No. 9311 of said city, approved March 3, 1903, be ascertained by a jury, or by the court, in case a jury be waived. The State of Washington to Simeon K. Baldwin and Baldwin, his wife; E. Beach and ——■ Beach, his wife; Mary A. Beck and Beck, her hus band; C. R. Boardman and Board .nan, his wife; Harris M. Casey and Casey, his wife; Nelson Clark and —— Clark, his wife; Lois E. Colman and Coleman, her hus...

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. — 4 September 1903

LAW BOOKS LATEST BSXTXOm. Millers Washington Digest $11.50 Reno's Employers' Liability Acts. 5.00 Clark and Marshall on Private Corporations (3 vals.) 18.00 Carter's Alaska Code 10.00 Blashfleld's Instructions to Juries 6.00 Page on Wills 6.00 Kerr on Insurance o.ou Ballinger on Community Property 6.00 Boisot on By-Laws 3.00 Brand's Justices' Code (Wash.).. 5.00 Morrison's Mining Rights 3.00 Hammon on Chattle Mortgages (Pacific Coast) 3.75 Church's Northwest Digest 7.50 Cowdery's Forms 6.00 Greenleaf on Evidence, 3 v 015... 15.00 McClain's Criminal Law (2 vols.) 12.00 We also carry all the Washington Codes, the Washington Reports and Ses sion Laws, and Legal Blanks. Denny - Gory ell Co. 716 First Avonuo After many long years spent in Alas ka, Hon. D. A. McKenzie returned to civilization last week looking none the worse from his experience. No man was better known at one time in Seat tle than Don McKenzie, but like Rip Van Winkle, the old town has grown beyond his recollection, and n...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 4 September 1903

PERSONAL. Mr. Gustave Aldrich attended to legal business in this city last Mon day. He returned the same afternoon. If you have a bit of news for pub lication send it to the office without further invitation. Senator Richie Kinnear returned one day this week from a ten days' trip to Alaska. He was accompanied by his wife. Mr. and Mrs. John T. Gayton have moved into their new home, the corner of Twenty-sixth avenue and Repub lican street. Editors Griffin and Ryan both did business in the Queen City within the past week. Seattle must be good pick ings even to those who abuse it most. Miss Emma Houston will leave the latter part of next week to school. She will not return before the latter part of December and then only for the Christmas holidays. Mr. George H. Grose left last Mon day to take up his duties. He thinks he will be from home not less than two years. His health was greatly im proved by his vacation. This office regrets to learn of the continuous poor health of Mr. I. I. Wal...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 September 1903

W^tai B /tL H__rii V lana^ I M /^^ I I VOL. X. NO. 14 POLITICAL POTPIE Once in a while a teacher achieves a wide reputa tion, showing that really great men are found in the schoolroom. Mr. Leigh J. Hunt, the confidential ad viser of the king of Corea, was a teacher in the public schools of lowa, teaching at Mount Pleasant, superin tending at Dcs Moines, and presiding over the Agri cultural college at Ames. About twenty years ago he went to Seatle and be came publisher of the Post-Intelligencer, and made it a very strong paper. He boomed the city tremendous ly in it and helped build up Seattle thereby. He rose as the city rose, and became president of a bank and a director in railroads, and other undertakings. In 1893 the crash brought him down and he owed over a million dollars. Xext he came to New York and was sent to China to build a railroad, as a concession for one had been granted; but soon after his arrival the privilege was rescinded and so he went to Corea, where he became a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 September 1903

Realm of Religion "THE HOLY CITY." Thirty men, red-eyed and disheveled, lined up be fore a judge of the San Francisco police court. It was the regular morning company of "drunks and dis orderlies." Some were old and hardened, others hung their heads in shame. Just as the momentary dis order attending the bringing in of the prisoners quiet ed down, a strange thing happened. A strong, clear voice from below began singing: "Last night I lay a-sleeping, There came a dream so fair." Last night ! It had been for them all a nightmare or a drunken stupor. The song was such a contrast to the horrible fact that no one could fail of the sud den shock at the thought the song suggested. "I stood in old Jerusalem, Beside the Temple there," the song went on. The judge had paused. He made a quiet inquiry. A former member of a famous opera company, known all over the country, was awaiting trial for forgery. It was he who was singing in his cell. Meantime the song went on, and every man in the line s...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 September 1903

Wise and Otherwise Things may be said to be hopping over in the Yakima country. They are in the midst of the hop harvest. The present financial situation may not be alarming, but only a Fish could muster up the audacity to put it in print. It is said that there is a strike in the city, but the most diligent research has failed to locate it. Certain ly it.is a false alarm. The state militia will go into its annual encamp ment at American lake on the 14th inst., and will play soldier until the 23d. The Snohomish county fair held during the week has been a success. The exhibition of stock, products, etc., was large and the attendance good. There may be some people willing to tie up with a dead one for sentiment's sake, but Vashon Island shows she is not built that way—no Tacoma for her. That offer made for the Bon Marche property made its owner Tremble inhis boots lest the would-be pur chaser change his mind, and despite his tremblings the fellow backed down. The latest paper filed in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 September 1903

THE SEATTLE REPUBLICAN Editor H. R. Cayton Susie Revels Cayton Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year *2^ Six Months Three Months Entered at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second-class Mail Matter. Bona Fide Circulation 2>so° Office, A. \V. Denny Bldg., 1414 Second. Telephone Main 305. When children of ten years of age are out from home at an hour approaching midnight and are caught in the act of burglar izing, what can be said for the parents in extenuation of their fail ure to restrain said children. Are not they more responsible for the crime than the children. Too many parents seem to consider their responsibilitity ceases as soon as a child can run alone. With the opening of the public schools it is well to brush up on school law, especially that part that makes it obligatory upon parents and guardians to send their children, between the ages of eight and fifteen years, to school at least four months during each year, except children in poor health and those who receive traini...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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