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Page 9 [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 ...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 2 October 1903

o/te SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. X. NO. 17 Solid Seven Senators Soak Sam Piles for It ■' Mi Edward B. Palmer. RE ' J Richard M. Kinnear. Andrew Hemrich. POLITICAL POTPIE King county has seven Republican holdover state senators and what they would do in the next senatorial scrap has been a subject of much speculation ever since Hon. Samuel H. Piles first announced his inten tion of making a run for the senatorship from this state to succeed Senator Foster. It has been repeatedly pub lished and given out that Mr. Piles would unquestion ably have the entire King county legislative delega tion at his back in the coming contest and that doubt less prompted some of the business men to sign a peti tion requesting Mr. Piles to consent to the use of his name for the senatorship and the subsequent willing ness of him for them to do so. * * * Recent developments do not bear out the first pub lished statements concerning the hold-over senators for at a meeting held in this city last Monday evening ...

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

"I have not changed my plans or my course and shall not. It has been my aim to serve tne state faith fully and efficiently: I have labored incessantly and the record shows for itself what has been accomplished. If I had not been successful in congress I would not ask to be returned. lam positive also that any of the gentlemen seeking my seat in the senate would expect and would be entirely justified in expecting to be re turnd if their record warranted it." Elmer E. Todd, chief deputy in the office of the prosecuting attor ney of this county, has resigned, which is to take effect November Ist, and Hon. Charles S. Gleason, who has twice been elected to the legislature from this county, has been tendered the position made vacant by Todd's resignation and has ac cepted the same. Mr. Gleason has been mixed up in politics more or less for a number of years, if not ever since he has been in the coun ty, and has some polit ical following in the Eighth ward trom Ai^ai ±uuuiii"& = it, f ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 2 October 1903

Realm of Religion. WITNESS-BEARING. True Christians are witnesses for God by their suf ferings. All Christian suffering is a kind of witness bearing. It is the greatest consolation of saints under heavy trials, in long debilitating illnesses and those re tirements and straits which forbid active service, that they are all the while passively serving. Under the cross they bear witness to God, attesting his justice, his faithfulness, his power, his wisdom, his covenant gen tleness; they bear witness of Jesus, that he hears the sigh of the humble, distils the dew of his grace, sus tains the fainting head with his arm, tranquilizes and elevates by his spirit, and shows himself altogether lovely. Only they can say, "We speak that which we know, and testify that which we have seen." They can tell of a savior who has proved himself sufficient in the day of trial, who has lifted them out of the swoon of despair and breathed rapture into them with the kiss of peace.—James W. Alexander, D. D....

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

THE SEATTLE REPUBLICAN H.R.Cayton Edit°r Susie Revels Cayton Assocate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year *200 Six Months 10° Three Months 60 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. There is no disposition to excuse or apologize for those dairy men who use poisonous substances in the milk they sell, but the question naturally comes up, are they the only ones responsible for the death of so many innocent babies from this cause. Nature never intended that children should be nurtured from a nursing bottle, and are those mothers who shift the responsibility to that over worked instrument wholly blameless for the lives snuffed out by a mixture of milk and embalming fluid? The case of W. A. Miller, foreman In the government printing office at Washington, has been Settled definitely and finally, so far as the President is concerned. A delegation of leading labor lead res called up...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 2 October 1903

BRIEF REVIEW OF PASSING EVENTS Expensive Railroad Building. Perhaps the most remarkable instance of land clear ing ever known is to be accompllished to make room for the new Pennsylvania Railroad depot in New York city. In this Western country rocks and trees and stumps are removed to make way for civic improve ment, but in the metropolis great buildings—dwellings, stores and one large church—must be razed and carried away. Four blocks, aggregating 400 buildings, are to be thus cleared by demolition. To do this will require six months' work of at least 200 laborers. The material will be taken by the second-hand dealers and sold for cheap buildings in the suburbs. As the brick are esti mated at 60,000,000, the task is not an easy one. The evicted tenants number 11,200, which is greater than the entire population of the city was after an existence of a century and a half. But the tearing down process would, at this distance, seem to be only the beginning of labors for the company, as ...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 2 October 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 opening. I 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 v 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 *:. 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; Louisa A....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 2 October 1903

NOTICE AND SUMMONS. TT the Superior Court of the State of Washington, for King county tausan 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, blo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 2 October 1903

Professor Jones Defends Fifteenth Amendment Prof. M. F. Jones, a well known resident of Ravenna, a Seattle suburb, in reply to an editorial opinion of the Seattle Daily Times, bearing on the repeal of the Fifteenth amendment to the Constitution of the United States, speaks as follows on the subject: An editorial appeared in the Times, date September 25th, that does not meet the approbation of the people of Washington nor of the United States. Said article commences with the announcement that Frank Car mack, of Tennessee, has said that he will introduce in the Senate at the coming session of Congress a proposed amendment to the constitution, to repeal the fifteenth amendment. The said article went on to state that said amendment to the constitution had produced the unfortunate conditions in the Southern States that have prevailed since the civil war, and (in the exact language of the author) "that it originated and was' adopted during a period of great political excitement—when men's...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 9 October 1903

Ufye SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. X. NO. 18 POLITICAL POTPIE If the next Republican county convention, which elects delegates to the next state convention, and which nominates candidates for the Ninth legislature, instructs for any particular person for United States senator it will grievously blunder and will be in line to lead its legislative servants into the same fatal po litical pitfall as have other Republican conventions in King County. When public servants are instructed to do certain things that certain results will be attained by being placed under ironclad rules and given no op portunity to do anything else lest they be branded as "traitors" they are handicapped from the very out set and are unable to do even the next best thing for their county when they find it impossible to carry out their convention instructions Running back over the political history of King County as to the part she has played in the election of United States senators from the Evergreen States, the Pie-m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 9 October 1903

WISE AHD OTHERWISE. Senator Platt may have been a mighty boss in days gone by, but it won't go now, for he is to soon be married. Dayton, in this state, is to take a whirl at the car nival business October 13 to 17, under the auspices of the W. 0. W. For fifteen cents a highwayman in Montana got ten years in the penitentiary. That's almost a case of not paying for what you get. The population of the Bellingham Bay cities, accord ing to Folk's directory estimates, is for Whatcom, 19,- 500, and for Fairhaven 6,000 Now that W. J. Bryan has become a father-in-law by the marriage of his daughter Ruth, it is quite time to cease referring to him as the "Boy" orator. The gamblers in this state do not seem inclined to give up and "be good." Nothing short of a term in prison for some one or more of them will satisfy, so it seems. Its only eight months more before the St. Louis Exposition opens its doors for bankruptcy. This is said advisedly if previous expositions are taken as a criterion Th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 9 October 1903

The Better Way A Street Railway's Tribute to Christianity Christianity and common sense go hand in hand. The best development of mankind in all his varied possi bilities and powers is a direct application of the prin ciples laid down by Christ. Whether men know it or not, that community which is highest in the scale of civilization is the community most pervaded by the spirit of our Lord. Brooklyn has been called the "City of Churches." It is now announced that Brooklyn is the first place when a Young Men's Christian Associa tion building has been erected by a street railway com pany for the use of its employees at the expense of the company. "Soulless corporations" do not waste money on sentiment. Hardheaded business sense is correctly understood to be the mainspring of their ac tions. When, therefore, a street railway corporation invests $40,000 in the eretion of a building to serve as the Christian headquarters of its employees, a sermon is preached more effectively than the fine...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 9 October 1903

THE SEATTLE REPUBLICAN Established May, 1894. H. R. Cayton Editor Susie Revels Cayton Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year *200 Six Months 10° Three Months 60 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. In view of the fact that another socialist has had to be locked up to prevent possible injury to the President, will those persons who have seen so great wrong in the fact that the President car ries a weapon of defense with him give some good reason why he should not? Unless they wish to hold themselves open to the charge of being in sympathy with those who wish to do him vio lence it would be well for them to cease their criticisms. It is announced that there is to be no more discrimination against the Port Orchard navy yard, and that the department are well pleased at the thorough manner in which the cleaing up was accomplished. In explanation of why Bremerton was placed...

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

St. Louis Exposition Facts Fair opens April 30, 1904; closes December 1, 1904. Size of grounds, 1,240 acres, nearly two square miles. Approximate cost of the Exposition, $50,000,000. Forty-four States and Territories appropriate $5,812,500. United States Government's total appropriations, $6,473,000. Amount raised by City of St. Louis and citizens, $10,000,000. France, Germany, Mexico, England, China, Japan and Brazil, each to spend over $500,000 on elaborate exhibits. Over fifty foreign governments to make elaborate displays. Main picture comprises ten great palaces, arranged fan -shape. Festival Hall, 200 feet high, in center of Cascade Gardens. Three great cascades, largest wa ter falls ever constructed by man. Ninety thousand gallons of water per minute flow over cascades. Thirty-five miles of asphalt and gravel roadways in grounds. The Art Palaces, central structure permanent, cost $1,014,000. Palace of Liberal Arts, 525x750 feet, cost $475,000. Palace of Mines and Metallurgy, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 9 October 1903

NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION. WHEREAS, under and by virtue of Ordinance No. 10044, duly passed by the City Council of the City of Seattle on the 18th day of August, 1903, an ap proved by the mayor of said city on the 20th day of August, 1903. "An Ordinance providing for a special election for the purpose of submitting to the qualified voters the questions of the issuance and sale of the negotiable bonds of said city to the amount of Hve hundred thousand dollars ($500,000.00, for the purpose of building a City Hall and other municipal buildings," which Ordinance provides for the submission to the qualified voters of said City, at the special election therein provided for, the propositions and questions ot the issuance and sale by said City of the negotiable bonds of said City of Seattle to the amount of five hundred thousand dollars, which bonds shall bear date as of the date of their issues; be payable by their terms twenty (20) years after their said date, and shall bear interest at ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 9 October 1903

NOTICE AND SUMMONS. "I 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, bl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 9 October 1903

NO "RACE PROBLEM." A correspondent in last Sunday's P.-I. well said there is no "race ques tion," in referring to the agitation that is now on because of the lawlessness exhibited in many places when a crime is committed by a Negro. There is no race question in the sense that it is a "problem" as it is usually called. There exists a condition with refer ence to the colored race that is very different from what it should be and ill becomes a Christian nation, whose foundation principles are laid on the "Fatherhood of God and the brother hood of man." This same correspond ent, in his eager desire to shift the re sponsibility for the abuses heaped upon the Negro race, mis-states the facts when he says: "I can assure all who desire to know that no Southern white man desires to lynch a Negro, except for the one crime against womanhood, which is likewise punished North and West, if he is a true representative of South ern citizens, and no more will such a man think to tolerate social equa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 16 October 1903

&he SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. X. NO. 19 THE SEATTLE SPIRIT Commissioner Smith's Idea. The proposition of Commissioner L. C. Smith to locate the new armory on land already owned by the county, south of the city, is a sensible one. As any location will only be available by street car, why spend thousands of dollars to purchase an inside site when the county already owns enough land equally as avail able as any that might possibly be secured, and re moved from the business center of the city but three to five minutes ride, if indeed so far. The suggestion is a good one. • * * Gambling Going On. Shall or shall not gambling be permitted in Seattle is the all-absorbing question on the tongues of most jEr •"•«t| W. T. SCOTT. every one in the city. For the past month or more gambling has been running almost wide open, not in one place, but in divers places, but dissensions arose among the gamblers themselves in dividing up the spoils, which has resulted in the whole being brought to a sud...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 16 October 1903

Fred Fehren's Foolishness. "Our fellows-are considering whether or not we will sell lots to 'colored folk' in our new addition," said Fred Fehren, a real estate dealer, who has recently put on a new addition of suburban property on the mar ket. "Don't let your mind be worried about that," quickly came from an Afro-American. "Colored folk in Seattle don't buy cheap properties, and for that rea son your addition and the class of people you are sell ing to are a complete protection from Negro intru sion." For some unexplainable reason a coolness now exists when the two happen to meet on the street: The Officer Moved On. "Say, Officer, will you please tell me somewhere to go. It seems to me I must have the smallpox from the looks of my hands," said a stranger to a Second street police officer not kmg since. "Somewhere to go? Go to hell for what I care, but you are not going to take iii(> with you," and on seeing the diseased lump of hu lmnmanity did not move on to his designated dest...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 16 October 1903

Fred Fehren's Foolishness. "Our fellows-are considering whether or not we will sell lots to 'colored folk' in our new addition," said Fred Fehren, a real estate dealer, who has recently put on a new addition of suburban property on the mar ket. "Don't let your mind be worried about that," quickly came from an Afro-American. "Colored folk in Seattle don't buy cheap properties, and for that rea son your addition and the class of people you are sell ing to are a complete protection from Negro intru sion." For some unexplainable reason a coolness now exists when the two happen to meet on the street. • • • The Officer Moved On. "Say, Officer, will you please tell me somewhere to go. It seems to me I must have the smallpox from the looks of my hands," said a stranger to a Second street police officer not long since. "Somewhere to go? Go to hell for what I care, but you are not going to take me with you," and on seeing the diseased lump of hu hunmanity did not move on to his designated des...

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