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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 September 1903

BRIEF REVIEW OF PASSING EVENTS This Is Felony Gambling. There seems to be gambling and gambling, and from the court decisions it is hard to tell what kind of gambling is felony gambling and what kind is just gambling. It is something like the old recipe for tell ing edible from poisonous mushrooms, i. c., to eat them; if you live they are the edible variety, if you die they are poisonous. Some learned judge, in his wisdom, has decided that what is known as pool room gambling is not of the felony variety, so if one wants to violate the law without danger of having to go to the pen, he must bet on the races, on the rise and fall of stocks and bonds; or as per another decision, play poker, or whatever little game his weakness leads to, in a quiet, private, gentlemanly way, as an innocent pastime, otherwise, well, the sheriff might get you if you don't look out. Can Live on Women. Another law that has been declared unconstitu tional by a superior court judge is that making it a felony f...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 September 1903

IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF KINO County, State of Washington. \n the matter of the Peti- , tlon of the City of Seat- I tie, a city of the first I class, that just compen sation for the private I property to be taken or i damaged by the opening, J widening, altering and I changing the grade of I Second Avenue and Sec- I ond Avenue North, in the City of Seattle, from Tike \ street to John street, and \; 0 39151. of the various streets 1 crossing the same, so tar 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 cast a jury be waived. The State of Washington to Simeon E 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; Lou...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 September 1903

LAW BOOKS LATEST EDITIONS. 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 Blashfield's Instructions to Juries 6.00 Page on Wills 600 Kerr on Insurance 6.00 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 • Cory ell Co. 716 First Avenue Representative Woods of Macon county, Ala., has introduced in the house ol' representatives, a bill which seeks to take from the Tuskegee normal school and the Negro normal school at Mont gomery the annual appropriation from the agricultural funds. Interest is added to Mr. Wood's bil...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 11 September 1903

PERSONAL. Mr. S. S. Scott, a stationary engi neer at Franklin, were among the vis itors to the city this week. Miss Candace Parker, Mrs. Cayton and children visited Bremerton Thurs day and were the guests of Mrs. Myer while there. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Myer spent La bor Day, which is a legal holiday for all government employes, in the city with friends. Mr. Sam Thorn, who recently re turned from Nome, has secured em ployment at the Bryant Lumber Com pany's yards at Fremont. Mr. J. E. Hawkins and Mr. Frank Bellamy returned last Wednesday from a ten days' hunting and fishing trip in the Olympic mountains. Mr. Will Taylor underwent a pain ful operation at the hospital last Wed nesday evening. He is doing as well as could be expected under the cir cumstances. Mrs. Eva Peck, Mrs. Adda Marshall and the latter's little daughter, Miss Thelma, of Sacramento, have been visiting with Mrs. J. Edward Hawkins for the past ten days. The trial of Rev. J. Gordon McPher son before a church tribunal in T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 18 September 1903

J /^k B j 9 8 V I -^^ a /^^ I i VOL. X. NO. 15 Hamilton's Senatorial Candidacy is Announced Y$ ' .*?? vi^nSl , tiff; I fl BT^I IB Piles ■ Piper ■ flcßride Combination Effected GEORGE U. PIPER. . .7s to assume the management of the Mcßride campaign in this county, and, if current rumor be believed, the Mcßride campaign also carries with it the endorsement of Hon. S. H. Piles by the next Republican county convention for the United States senatorship. Mr. Piper is one of the most sagacious politicians in the state, and the King county combination which it is claimed he is now at the head of will make hereculean efforts to cap ture the county, and with Piles and Piper direct ing affairs the more enthusiastic say the fight is already won. Taking it all in all, the conditions seem more than ripe for a first-class factional fight in the Republican party which may result in the whole ticket being SEATTLE, WASHINGTON, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1903 To the Public—l beg to announce that lam a cand...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 18 September 1903

an untiring worker as well and he does not often go into anythinig blindly, and the Pie-maker would not be surprised if he has not got a joker up his sleeve that will make things hum before the convention names the next Republican candidate for governor. • • • A move of much political significance, however, has recently took place in this city when the wily George U. Piper took offices with Mr. Dalton. Everybody in Seattle knows and knows well that the state of Washington never had a shrewder nor more sagacious politician than Mr. Piper, and if he has joined hands with Charley Dalton in the interests of Governor Mcßride there will soon be something doing and more persons besides Piper and Dalton will know about it. * * * Another line-up which is floating about the streets as having been effected durinig the past week is that of the determination of the Times to support Samuel H. Piles for United States senator and for which he is to get in cold cash $5,000. Strange as it may seem, i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 18 September 1903

SOUTH SEATTLE TIDE LANDS MANY Improvements are being made in this district, and when the proposed improvements are completed on Utah, Atalntic, Holgate streets and Spokane avenue, by planking them at grade, will open up and relieve the congested condition there. Business i^n should lose no time in securing sites on these lands and stop paying big rentals. These lands are limited, as the railroads own over half of them east of the east waterway. The Great Northern, Northern Pacific and Pacific Coast Companies are improving their property at a cost of over $2,500,000, besides the tunnel under the city to reach their terminals, $1,500,000, and a Union Passenger Station to cost over $500,000. These companies have purchased at a cost not over $1,500,000 about five hundred acres of these lands that are worth today $15,000,000. What is the "Seattle Spirit" doing with $30,000,000 in banks paying no interest? In five years from this date it is estimated we will have a population of double wh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 18 September 1903

THE SEATTLE REPUBLICAN H. R. Cayton Editor Susie Revels Cayton Assoc.ate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year *2™ Six Months 1-0° Three Months Entered at the Postofflce at Seattle as Second-class Mail Matter. Bona Fide Circulation 2-500 Office, A. W. Denny Bldg., 1414 Second. Telephone Main 305. Colonel Henry Watterson predicts a Democratic landslide in 1904. Just about the same sort as occurred in 1900 —a landslide that will put the party so far beneath the surface that it will take a good deal of tall scratching for them to dig out from under, in order to be on deck in time for the next bout. The Democratic press of this state is very solicitous with re gard to Governor Mcßride, and seemingly very anxious that the Republican party make him its candidate next fall. The pertinent question is raised, will they support him if he is nominated, or is it simply a left-handed effort in the interest of their own party nominee, whoever he may be. When children of ten years of age are out from home ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 18 September 1903

BRIEF REVIEW OF PASSING EVENTS CURRENT COMMENT. Filipinos Are Reconciled. Five years ago, when the United States assumed sovereignty in the Philippines, there were those who said the natives would never become reconciled to American rule. There are no doubt sorry* Filipinos who are unreconciled, but the vast majority appreciate that their prospects are far better under the new re gime than they ever were under the old or than they would be under independent government. That the general attitude is one of content is demonstrated by the strong desire manifested to have Governor Taft remain in Manila. He is being earnestly urged not to accept any of the appointments said to have been of fered him at Washington.—Ex. Should Learn "America." Returning to this country on an English ship, an American traveler was mortified by the lack of famil iarity with the words of "America" which his country men showed. The captain read service on Sunday, and at the close announced "America" as the hymn...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 18 September 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 I damaged by the upeninK. I widening, altering and I changing the grade of / Second Avenue and Sec- / ond Avenue North, in the I city of Seattle, trom Pike \ street to John street, and N - 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 ti. Baldwin and Baldwin, his wile; 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 K. Colman and —— Coleman, her husb...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 18 September 1903

NOTICE AND SUMMONS. *• the Superior Court of the State of Washington, for King county. Susan Perry plaintiff, vs. Fred Wilson and Jane Doe Wilson, his wife, whose true Christian name is to plaintiff, un known, and all persons unknown, if any. having or claiming an interest or estate in and to the hereinafter de scribed real property, defendants. State of Washington to Fred Wilson and Jane Doe Wilson, his wife, who are the owners or reputed owners of, and all persons unknown, claiming or having an interest or estate in and to the herein after described real property: You and each of you are hereby noti fied that the above named plaintiff Susan Perry is the holder of two certain delin quent tax certificates, numbered as here inafter stated, issued by the county treasurer of King county, state of Wash ington, embracing the following real property situated in said King county, Washington, and more particularly de scribed as follows, to-wit: Delinquent tax certificate No. 84947 —Lot 9, b...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 18 September 1903

PERSONAL. Rev. S. S. Freeman spent last Wed nesday in Everett. Mr. Frank Banner, of Franklin, at tended to business in the city last Saturday. Mr. Clifford C. Hancock left for San Francisco last Thursday, from which place he will sail for Manila. Mr. R. A. Clark will soon see his home completed, a new story having been added by the carpenters. Mr. B. F. Tutt has begun the erec tion of a handsome seven-story house on his elegant lots overlooking Lake Washington. Miss Candace Parker returned home last Sunday after a two week's stay in the city, the guest of Mrs. B. F. Tutt and other friends. Mr. George H. Grose, on account of continued illness, has for the time being concluded to give up his work. He returned home a few days ago. It has been randomly reported about the city that Mrs. Mac Scott died in Walla Walla a few days ago. It will be remembered that Mrs. Scott went to Walla Walla to live when her hus band was taken to prison. The re port could not be verified. LOCAL. Hon. John L...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 25 September 1903

SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. X. NO. 16 POLITICAL POTPIE The determination of the business men of this city to be represented in the United States senate is more than plain to be seen from the way they have already organized to put their determinations into execution. The petition asking Hon. S. H. Piles to allow the use of his name as Seattle's candidate for United States senator was liberally signed by the leading business men of the city, and notwithstanding the remoteness of the time when the actual ballotting for a successor to Senator A. G. Foster will begin the enthusiasm heard on the street among the business men over the success of their would-be senator is rather remark able. Nothing succeeds like success, and if those gen tlemen will only keep the thing going until the proper time rolls round they may see their wishes crowned with gigantic success. But, gentlemen, beware "lest ye forget that "soon ripe, soon rotten." Twice in the past have similar demonstrations been made month...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 25 September 1903

sure about that, Mr. Man. Such a combination would make a remarkably strong team in King county and the Pie-maker is not too sure if it did not carry the county. If the scrap continues in Pierce county it seems more than likely that the Cushman-Mcßride forces will likewise sweep that county and with the two counties for the combination things would look good for Mcßride even if he was not nominated. * * * The Retail Liquor Dealers' Association meets in Seattle October 6th and 7th for a two days' session and at that time a strong state organization will be perfected. J. W. Morrison, who is at the head of the local association, says, "the organization is prepar ing to take an active interest in the politics of the state. We have the numbers and in as much as every legislature that meets always takes a fall out of the Whiskey dealers, why shouldn't the whiskey dealers try to protect themselves." During the visit of the as sociation in this city the delegates will be banqueted -and show...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 25 September 1903

The Standard and Domestic Are Our Leaders Acknowledged superior to all others. Visit our Sewing Machine Department and save one-half on the price of* a Sewing Machine. We employ no agents to bother you. >o collectors to annoy you. No commissions. \« interest to pay. Sewing ■Rapt HtocMw* Shuttle Sewing Machines $16, $18, $20, $24 Ciil^E'S PIAf4O HOUSE Cor. Second Avc. and I nioii St. wen division of Northeast Lancashire, and, success ful by the narrow majority of five votes, held the seat until 1892. At the general election of that year he was defeated, but in the following year he was re turned unopposed from the constituency his elevation now leaves vacant. During the South African war he served with his battalion of the Devonshire militia, and earned the C. B. In 1900 he was appointed Under Secretary for Foreign Affairs. An exchange remarks: "We can not imagine how Eve could have listened to Adam's suit when she knew that he hadn't one on." We fear our brother reads his sacred ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 25 September 1903

THE SEATTLE REPUBLICAN H. R. Cayton '• ™» Susie Revels Cayton Assoc.ate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. o-*- ?„: Six Months x Three Months Entered at the Postofflce at Seattle as Second-class Mall Matter. Bona Fide Circulation 2 500 Office, A. W. Denny Bldg., 1414 Second. Telephone Main 305. A Southern exchange likens the two-tailed comet to the Demo cratic party. Disastrous, whichever horn of the dilemma it grasped. Cleveland and free trade means sudden death to American indus tries. Bryan and free silver means commercial oblivion. If you like the prospect, pay your money and take your choice. Luckily Ihere is a better way—reject them both, and continue the present satisfactory conditions. Bishop Joyce recommends that a "chair of common sense" be established in all theological seminaries. We do not know so much about the need of such a chair in theological schools, but would suggest that the chief chair in Pulitzer's new College of Journalism be such an one. If some correspondence school would...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 25 September 1903

BRIEF REVIEW OF PASSING EVENTS CURRENT COMMENT. An Uunlucky Alliance. It is a curious, not to say absurd, combination of circumstances, yet it is a fact that the two forces in the economic world that are the most bitterly op posed and the fartherest removed, one from the other, are united in their opposition to the nomination and election of President Roosevelt to succeed himself. The so-called anti-trust forces are opposing him by trying to boom W. B. Hearst as a "trust buster," their chief argument being that Roosevelt does not enforce the anti-trust laws. The trust interests are opposed to him because, as one of its chief organs says, "Roosevelt's enforcement of the anti-trust laws has won for him the enmity and opposition of com bined capital." Both classes want hard times to come to the people, with the hope that it will subserve their ends. The trusts want hard times that they may lay the responsibility at the president's door because he enforced the law-, and the boomers of W...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 25 September 1903

IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF KING County, State of Washington. \n the matter of the Peti- •■ tlon of the City of Seat- \ tie, a city of the first class, that just compen sation for the private property to be taken or damaged by the opening, widening, altering and changing the grade of Second Avenue and Sec ond Avenue North, in the City of Seattle, from Pike street to John street, and j^ 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 U. Baldwin and Baldwin, his wife; X Beach and Beach, his wife; Mary A. Beck and Beck, her hus band; C. R. Boardman and ■—— Board .iian his wife; Harris M. Casey and Casey, his wife; Nelson Clark and Clark, his wife; Lois E. Colman and — — Coleman, her husband; Louisa A. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 25 September 1903

NOTICE AND SUMMONS. -' the Superior Court of the State of Washington, for King county. Susan Perry, plaintiff, vs. Fred Wilson and Jane Doe Wilson, his wife, whose true Christian name is to plaintiff un known, and all persons unknown, if any. having or claiming an interest or estate in and to the hereinafter de scribed real property, defendants State of Washington to Fred Wilson and Jane Doe Wilson, his wife who are the owners or reputed owners of, and an persons unknown, claiming or having an interest or estate in and to the herein after described real property: You and each of you are hereby noti fied that the above named plaintiff Susan Perry is the holder of two certain delin quent tax certificates, numbered as here inafter stated, issued by the county treasurer of King county, state of Wash ington, embracing the following real property situated in said King county, Washington, and more particularly de scribed as follows, to-wit: Delinquent tax certificate No. 84947—L0t 9, block...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 25 September 1903

THE BACHELOR GIRL. Here's to the Bachelor Girl Who fain her charms would cloister. She is a precious pearl That will not leave the oyster. She is a proud sweet pea That scorns to be a vine, And lean upon a tree Or round a stick entwine. "What! lean upon a stick! Oh, no! I'm not that sort — I will grow branches thick And be my own support!" Beware, O pearl of price, Lest you be cast to swine; O proud sweet pea, think twice Ere you refuse to twine! O Bachelor Girl, we drink Confusion to your plan; Beware, lest Fate shall link You to a Spinster Man! O change, ere 'tis too late The choker tall and silly, The tweeds —the hat we hate, For something soft and frilly! Take off the stockings blue, (We will avert our gaze), Then will we drink to you Long life —and happy days! —Oliver Herford. GRAND CONCERT. A grand concert will be given by Herr Peje Storck, the famous Swed ish pianist; Mr. Herbert Ritchie of London, violinist; Herr Karl Schwerdt feger, German, baritone, formerly with Grau's Op...

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