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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 16 October 1903

SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY. The Commissioner of Patents has published his report for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1903. From it we gather that there were received in the last fiscal year 49,199 applications for mechanical patents. 801 applica tions for designs, 15G applications for reissues, 1,767 caveats, 2,530 applica tions for trade-marks, 1,208 applica tions for labels, and 3G2 applications for prints. There were 29,892 patents granted, including reissues and de signs, and 2,194 trade-marks, 910 la bels, and 233 prints were registered. The number of patents that expired was 23,390. The number of allowed applications which were by operation of law forfeited for non-payment of the final fees was 4,7G0. The'total re ceipts of the office were $1,591,251.04; the total expenditures were $1,423, --094.40, and the surplus of receipts over expenditures, being the amount turned into the treasury, was $1G8,15G.64. The American Bureau of Naviga tion reports that during the month of July 117 ve...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 16 October 1903

THE SEATTLE REPUBLICAN H. R. Cayton •• Edit°r Susie Revels Cayton Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year *200 Six Months 10° Three Months co Entered at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second-class Mail Matter. Bona Fide Circulation 2 500 Office, A. W. Denny Bldg., 1414 Second. Telephone Main 305. If the Democrat party wants a real live issue, and one the solu tion of which would win them the gratitude and possibly the con fidence of the people, we suggest one, perhaps a little difficult to name, but it might be called the convict question. In view of the reign of terror that is maintained in some localities by ex-convicts, should-be convicts, tramps, dynamiters, hold-up men, etc., etc., it would seem that they constitute sufficient cause for a good live issue. Probably the best possible suggestion for the solution of the Philippine question, is the building of a system of railroads therein. What the islands need is an awakening and a railroad is the first essential requirement. The pro...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 16 October 1903

POLITICAL POTPIE The United States senatorial situation in this state is still the all absorbing topic among politicians, and that, too, despite the fact that it is fifteen months before the voting in the legislature will be gin for the purpose of electing a successor to Senator Foster. The announced candidates for the senatorship are: Senator Addison G. Foster, of Tacoma; State Senator Ed S. Hamilton, of Tacoma, and Samuel H. Piles, Seattle. The unannounced and yet almost abso lutely certain to be candidates are: Senator John L. Wilson, Seat tle; Harold Preston, Seattle, and Henry G. Mcßride, Mt. Vernon. All of the above named candidates have a more or less amount of positive strength, which, to some extent, will be diagnosed at this time. Senator Foster, it is very generally believed and conceded, has some positive railroad strength outside of Pierce county, and will doubtless divide honors in that direction with his local opponent in Pierce county. Owing to the fact that Senator ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 16 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' ISth day of August, 1903, an ap proved by the mayor of said city on the 20th day of August, 1003. "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 ot five hundred thousand dollars (JSOO OOOJOO). for the purpose of building a Uty ±iau 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 .ale 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 a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 16 October 1903

NOTICE AND SUMMONS. T-\ 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—L0t 9, ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 16 October 1903

AFRO-AMERICAN i am to speak for and in behalf of a race peculiarly situated; a race born amidst persecution, disciplined in the school of slavery for nearly 250 years, and emancipated forty years ago with out education, experience, money or competent leaders, and, in many in stances, without names —a race that has been true and loyal to America from the great Revolutionary struggle to this period of the twentieth century —a race that has not only stood by and defended America's flag, but has also been true to America's interests. And the American people, in order to do effective work in the elevation of my race, must believe in the manhood of the Negro and have faith in his moral, spiritual and intellectual possi bilities. The Negro has made wonderful pro gress since his emancipation, in the development of knowledge, character, and the acquisition of property. The, South has done well in her appropria tions by the various legislature for ed ucation, when we consider the pover ty, de...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 23 October 1903

Ufye SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. X. NO. 20 POLITICAL POT-PIE W. H. Grattan, editor of the Tacoma Sunday Graph ic, who recently visited this city in the interest of Ed Hamilton's candidacy for the United States senate, thus expresses himself in the last issue of his paper on the political situation in this state: "Briefly, the net result of my nosing around the state, interviewing leading politicians, farmers, busi ness men and mechanics, is the conclusion that Con gressmen Cushman and Jones will certainly be return ed to their places in the house of representatives, by largely increased majorities; that Mr. Humphrey will have to hurry to hold his seat against Snohomish's bright young lawyer candidate, Frances H. Brownell of Everett; that Governor Meßride will fall a trifle shy of enough votes in the state convention to nom inate him; that if Seattle's railroad senatorial candi date, Hon. Samuel H. Piles, and former Senator John L. Wilson were turned loose, each on his own merits, for th...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 23 October 1903

WISE AND OTHERWISE. The suggestion of Lincoln Park as a site for the new armory is a good one. Shove it along. If Mr. Bryan does not put the brakes on the wheel* of his prosperity he will soon be one of those plutocrats that he has held up to public detestation.—Big Beno Empire. Statuary ought to be within the reach of all men, as an Italian has constructed a mechanical sculptor, which, working after the style of a pantograph, will turn out two statues in one day, which would require an artist three months to make in the usual way. The number of new Americans who came here through our open sea-gates from July 1, 1902, to June 30, 1903, was 921,315. One-fourth of them came from Italy, and almost as many from Austria-Hungary. Ire land supplied only one-thirtieth of the number. Nickel-in-the-slot machines are in use in Dawson City, Alaska, for selling water in the winter. One can put in a nickel and get five gallons of water, but nij more. It is so cold there that the water supply in t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 23 October 1903

The Better Way There is no sweeter joy in the world for any soul than the joy that comes of helping another. To lie down at night with the warm comfort in our hearts that we have that day lifted a load off some weary shoulder that was too heavy for it, or by the strong right hand of friendship, and the tender word of sym pathy, we have brought courage back to one that was ready to faint, is the dearest boon the world holds for any one of us. Selfishness is the kill-joy of the world, but love, sympathy, brotherly fellowship, a spirit of helpfulness, these are the sources of joy, and, thank God, they are open to every one of us.—Selected. Be enthusiastic where temperance is concerned, no matter if you are sometimes called disagreeable names Occasionally it happens that the very people who shout themselves hoarse over the election of their favorite candidate deem it a mark of weakness to show any thing like animation in regard to temperance. You can be enthusiastic over golf or footbal...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 23 October 1903

THE SEATTLE REPUBLICAN H. R. Cayton Edltor Susie Revels Cayton Associate 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. Ex-Senator Pettigrew recently said: "I suppose so long as this prosperity lasts the country will remain Republican." The better way to put it would be this prosperity will last so long as the coun try remains Republican, unless the action of organized labor, in its refusal to work, thereby causing a suspension of industry, shall bring on hard times, which is nolt in the least improbable; and it is not so certain that this is not part of the plan of scheming Democ racy to discredit Republican prosperity and create an unheaval, with a hope of again gaining control of the offices. Prom the criticism being made by the daily press upon the drink ing fountain, with advertising proclivities, that has be...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 23 October 1903

Week's Work As water is a conductor for elec tricity the question is often raised if there is danger to a fireman handling a hose when the water therefrom comes in contact with a live wire. Some recent German experiments prove that there is practically no dan ger unless the nozzle of the hose is held within two or three inches of the electric current upon which the water is playing. The so-called celluloid combs are manufactured from a modification of gun cotton, and as the original patents for celluloid manufacture have ex pired an inferior article much more combustible is on the market. An in stance is recorded by the Medical Press and Circular of a young lady be ing badly injured by the explosion of a dressing comb in her hair, while she was bending over a hot stove, cooking dinner. It would not be just the thing to draw a moral and advise the wearers of dressing combs not to cook, but it would be wise to beware of fires and explosions when using or wearing celluloid articles. Ca...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 23 October 1903

Ethel—l didn't know that your Aunt Dorothy was married. Reggie—Well, she Is. I guess I ought to know, 'cause I went to her funeral! —Lippincott's Magazine. NOTICE OF SUMMONS. No. 4Oi,S)u. In the Superior Court of the State of Washington tor King County. J. W. Brown, plaintiff, vs. John L. Miles and Airs. Jonn L. Miles, his wife, if any, and L. A. Oaaaaway, and all per sons unknown, if any, having or claim ing an interest or estute in and to the hereinafter described real property, de fendants. State of Washington to John L. Miles and Mrs. John L. -Uiies, his wire, if any, mid L. A. Uassaway, who are the owners or reputed owners of, and all persons unknown, claiming or having an interest or estate in and to the hereinafter de scribed real property. You and each of you are hereby noti fied that the above named plaintiff J. W. Brown, is the holder of three certain de linquent tax certificates, numbered as hereinafter stated .issued by the County Treasurer of King County, State of Washi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 23 October 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 t 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—L...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 23 October 1903

AFRO-AMERICAN THE IRONY OF FATE. Just forty-four years ago yesterday, at 2 o'clock in the morning, a sleepy sentinel going to duty at the United States arsenal at Harpers Ferry, was astonished at being halted and in formed that he could not enter the arsenal. To his inquiry: "By what authority do you forbid my entrance?" the reply came quick and clear: "By the authority of Almighty God." The shadow of John Brown's gal lows was beginning to fall on the sa cred soil of Virginia. This old man —Ossawattomie Brown he was called —with twenty-two follow ers had invaded the state of Virginia and captured an arsenal of the gov ernment, for the purpose of causing an insurrection of the southern slaves. Only four of the twenty-two escaped. The rest were killed in an engagement with the forces of the United States, or were executed by the state of Vir ginia. With one son dead at his side, and another wounded, John Brown, with intrepid courage, cheered the nearts of his little band, and set them...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 30 October 1903

SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. X. NO. 21 POLITICAL POT-PIE * "I understand," said a prominent ward politician one day this week, "that the court house of this county is literally full of office holders, who are and will be candidates for nomination and election for other offices next year, who, if successful, will in effect create a court house ring, as it will mean an eight year feeding at the public crib for the same fellows. Now, I for one. am not disturbed over the matter, for I believe they will all be turned down and new men given an oppor tunity to do service for their country by regularly drawing their salaries every thirtieth day and looking wise the other twenty-nine. Of course there is not half as much money made in holding a public office as in doing business on one's own hook, but some how or other, it seems, when a fellow gets hold of a public teat its like grim death itself to tear him away from it." "Those fellows," the loquacious politician continued, "reminds me of two Du...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 30 October 1903

POLITICAL. If rumor, however, can be relied upon a number of candidates will soon announce themselves for the audi torship nomination. It has already been suggested by a very strong sev enth warder that John Van Horn would make an ideal candidate for the place. He is well and favorably known and would win, if he went into the fight. Harold J. Lea's name has also been suggested and sooner or later he may become an active candidate for the auditorship. The county superintendent of public education nom ination is attracting little or no attention. The present incumbent has to constitutionally retire and he is an aspirant for the stae superinendency. All of the county commissioners are to be elected next year. Baker, it is believed, will succeed himself. L. C. Smith will retire and will not be a candidate again. P. J. Smith may again seek the position, and he may seek the nomination for sheriff, but which ever he does he will come pretty near winning if he really does not actually win. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 30 October 1903

WISE AH& OTHERWISE. That the greatest religious charlatan of the age is a man of considerable executive ability is evidenced by the successful transportation of a "restoration host" numbering 3000 persons from Zion City near Chicago, to New York, and their housing in the metropolis for a campaign in the interest of Dowieism. John Alex ander Dowie is an imposter of the first rank, but he numbers his devoted followers by the thousands, and his command of means seems unlimited. Seven thous and men, women and children were gathered at the station at Zion when the eight trains were ready to depart. The "Second Elijah" is a marked improve ment on the first in respect of worldly possessions. The Tishbite was at times hard pressed for something to eat, but his "successor" fares like a prince of the realm. He rode to New York in a private car, in luxurious state. He dresses extravagantly, carries him self with the air of an emperor, and rules his followers with a strong hand. His career ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 30 October 1903

THE SEATTLE REPUBLICAN H. R. Cayton Editor Susie Revels Cayton Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year *200 Six Months 1-00 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. Ex-Senator Turner, fresh from the glory of the Alaska boun dary conquest, can ill-afford to dim the luster of his record by accepting the Democratic nomination for governor of this state. If there was a show to be elected it would be another thing. From the amount of smoke issuing from the various newspaper offices at Olympia there must be something very rotten in political circles in the hub city. Or possibly it is only a friendly (?) bout indulged in to keep matters warm during the interval between sessions of the legislature. Let the Wall street gamblers rave and speculate in fictitious values and imagine a vain thing What cares a contented and pros perous people. The country remains prospero...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 30 October 1903

AFRO4MERICAN COLORED LAWYERS. The following very interesting com munication to the Luicago Conserva tor by Robert L. Taylor will be read with much interest by many of the citizens of Seattle, owing to the fact that persons of color well known here abouts are not only referred to, but flatteringly mentioned. We quote: D. R. Wilkins, Editor Conservator: Dear Sir: Since my return from the Northwest I have been persuaded to believe that a line or two on the conditions there would be of interest to your readers, in that they would serve to open the eyes of many to the advantages which that section affords to the colored professional men and tradesmen who are casting about for new locations, places or sections in which to resume or begin their careers. After leaving St. Paul and Minneap olis, Minn., very little is asked about one's race or color, and very few refer ences are made to men as colored men. This is especially true in the western cities of Spokane and Seattle, Wash., in which l...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 30 October 1903

Ethel—l didn't know that your Aunt AJorothy was married. R e ggi e _Well, she Is. I guess I ought to know, 'cause I went to her funeral! —Llpplncott's Magazine. NOTICE OF SUMMONS. No. 4Ouits. In the Superior court of the State of Washington lor King County. J \V. Brown, plaintiff, vs. John L. Miles and Mrs. Jonn L. Miles, his wiie, If any, and L. A. Gassaway, and all per sons unKnown, If any, having or claim ing an interest or estate in and to the hereinalter described real property, de lfcStatetSof Washin ß ion to John L. Miles and Mrs. John L. Miles, his wife, if any, and L A. Uassuway, vvno are the owners or reputed owners of, and all persons unknown, claiming or having an interest or estate- in and to the hereinafter de scribed real property. You and each of >«v are hereby noti fied that the above named plalntln J. W. Brown, is the holder of three certain de linquent tax certificates, numbered as hereinafter stated .issued by the Couiil> Treasurer of King County, State ot ...

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