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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 20 November 1903

UNION SAVINGS AND TRUST CO. SEATTLE, WN. Paid up Capital - - $1,000,000.00 Surplus - - $50,000.00 OFFICERS JAMES D. HOGE, Jr., President. J. D. LOWMAN, A. B. STEWART, Vice-Presidents N. B. SOLNER, Cashier BOARD OF DIRECTORS J. B. MacDOUGALL, EMANUEL ROSENBERG, Pres. MacDougall & Southwick Co. Vice-President and Mgr. M. Seller & Co. JOHN B. AGEN, GEO DONWORTH, Wholesale Commission Merchant. Piles, Donworth & Howe, Attorneys. A. B. STEWART, FERDINAND SCHMITZ, Pres. Stewart & Holmes Drug Co. Hamm & Schmitz Land Co. JAMES D. HOGE, JR., JOHN H. McGRAW, President. McGraw & Kittinger, Real Estate and J. D. LOWMAN, Investment Brokers. President, Lowman & Hanford Stationery & N. B. SOLNER, Printing Co. Manager, Bank of Cape Nome, Alaska. "The Union Savings and Trust Co* of Seattle" desires to announce the opening of its bank, ready for business on fIONDAY, NOVEiIBER 23, 1903 Temporary Location No. 112 Cherry St. Telephone Main 413 Office Hours 10 A. M. to 3P. ...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 20 November 1903

THE SEATTLE REPUBLICAN Established May, 1894. H. R.Cayton " Edit°r Susie Revels Cayton Assocate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. $2.00 One Year 1.00 Six Months Three Months Entered at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second-class Mail Matter. Bona Fide Circulation 2>so° Office, A. W. Denny Bldg., 1414 Second. Telephone Main 305. The new republic of Panama does things with a rush and a de cision that deserves success. Not only has it set up housekeeping for itself, got recognition as an independent nation, but has its representatives in Washington ready to negotiate a canal treaty. Its people seem to be imbued with the modern spirit of push and get there and surely deserve to succeed, as they no doubt will. Attempt has been made by the Socialists to get the American Federation of Labor committed to politics and of course to their peculiar ideas of things political. The Federation in convention assembled at Boston refused to bite at the delusive bait held out. Organized labor has a legitimate field...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 20 November 1903

SCIENCE NOTES. A new process for making imitation of statuary marble, onyx and other multicolored stones has been devised in Europe. About 1,000 parts of alum to from 10 to 100 parts of heavy spar (barium sulphate) and 100 parts of water are mixed with the requisite pigments, and the liquid mass is boiled down and cast into a mold. The amount of heavy spar used varies with the degree of translucence desired. After being molded and dried, the arti ficial stone thus produced can be pol ished and finished as desired. By means of radium a new precious stone has recently been discovered. The new gem has been named after its discoverer, Kunzite. When the tube of radium was held under the gem of kunsite it glowed with an orange red color, and its phosphorescent emis sions penetrated from three to six sheets of paper and photographed the gem upon a sheet of sensitized paper. Another remarkable property inherent in the new gem is that it exhibits two different colors when viewed in two diffe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 20 November 1903

NOTICE OF SUMMONS. No. 40595. In the Superior Court of the State of Washington lor King County. J. W. Brown, plainiiu, vs. John I* Miles and Mrs. John L. Miles, his wife, 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 hereinafter described real property, de fendants. State of Washington to John L. Miles and Mrs. John L. Allies, his wife, if any, and L. A. Gassaway, 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 Washington, embracing the following real property situated in said King County, Washington, and more particu larly described as follows, to-wit: Delinquent tax certi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 20 November 1903

IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington, for the County of King. No. 41046. Summons. Lucy Shortall, Plaintiff, vs. John Shortiill, Defendant. The State of Washington to the said John Shortall, defendant: You are hereby summoned to appear within sixty (60) days after the date of the first publication of this summons, exclusive of the day of said first pub lication, to-wit: within sixty days after the 21st day of November, 1903, and defend the above entitled action in the above entitled court, and answer the complaint of the plantiff, and serve a copy of your answer upon the under signed, attorneys for plaintiff, at room 602 Mutual Life Building, Seattle, Wash ington; and in case of your failure so to do, judgment wll lbe rendered against you according to the demand of the com plaint, which has been filed with the Clerk of the said Court. The object of the said action as set forth in the complaint, is as follows: For divorce on the grounds of desertion and non-support. J. H. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 20 November 1903

The Better Way (Selections.) "How blest the righteous when he dies! When sinks a weary soul to rest; How mildly beams the closing eyes, How gently heaves the expiring breast!" If our treasures are upon the earth we are going from them, but if in heaven we are going to them. Our praises are the stairway up which our spirits mount in their contemplation of the divine perfection. They are symbols, poor and weak, which reveal to us more clearly and make us feel more deeply the perfect goodness of God.—C. C. Everett. Remember that chastity thinketh no evil, much less repeats it. There are two good rules that ought to be written in every heart—never believe anything bad about anybody unless you positively know it is true; never tell even that unless you feel that it is absolutely necessary and that God is listening while you tell it.— Henry Van Dyke. Did you ever notice how many people you meet on the street have unattractive faces? Yet worry, ill health or depression will put ugly lines ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 27 November 1903

Uhe SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. X. NO. 25 POLITICAL POT-PIE POLITICAL. A. P. Sawyer, private secretary to Senator John L. "Wilson, while he was in the United States senate, and subsequently confidential man about Mr. Wilson's big newspaper plant, has just returned from the East, whither he went in the interest of the paper. Being ab sent from the state for over a month he, when seen by the Pie-maker, had nothing to say on the political sit uation further than that he was out of politics. In other words there is no politics to be in at the present time, and will not be for nearly eight months, and I do not advocate this crossing the bridge before you get to it. Municipal politics I know absolutely nothing about. When the next Republican municipal conven tion makes its nomination the Post-Intelligencer will do its part toward electing the ticket. Neither the Post-Intelligencer or its management has any candi date for either mayor or any other municipal or county office, but will stand pat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 27 November 1903

£T/te SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. X. NO. 25 POLITICAL POT-PIE POLITICAL. A. P. Sawyer, private secretary to Senator John L. ""Wilson, while he was in the United States senate, and subsequently confidential man about Mr. Wilson's big newspaper plant, has just returned from the East, whither he went in the interest of the paper. Being ab sent from the state for over a month he, when seen by the Pie-maker, had nothing to say on the political sit uation further than that he was out of politics. In other words there is no politics to be in at the present time, and will not be for nearly eight months, and I do not advocate this crossing the bridge before you get to it. Municipal politics I know absolutely nothing about, When the next Republican municipal conven tion makes its nomination the Post-Intelligencer will do its part toward electing the ticket. Neither the Post-Intelligencer or its management has any candi date for either mayor or any other municipal or county office, but will stand ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 27 November 1903

TALES OF THE TOWN. knew him well enough to identify him, and so he began to argue and plead, which finally became dangerously close to a prayer. "Well," finally concluded the cash ier, "if the mark on your shirt tallies with the initials you have given, I will consider you identified." Dead easy, thought Iloge, and like a flash he threw open his vest and all but fell dead when, like a ten-mile sign board "G. B. K." loomed up. That settled the case, and Hoge was compelled to wait for a telegram from his bank- to partially identify him, so as to get his money. In the darkness he had put on one of Kitten ger's shirts instead of his own. Death at any time, and from any cause, is always a sad thing to hear about, and although violent deaths are so often reported nowadays, every paper giving accounts of persons being taken off, yet to read of them casts a gloom over the reader. This comes with double force when a well-known or prominent man suddenly, in the prime of life, is taken hence. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 27 November 1903

UNION SAVINGS AND TRUST CO. SEATTLE, WN. Paid up Capital - - $100,000.00 Surplus - - $50,000.00 OFFICERS JAMES D. HOGE, Jr., President. J. D. LOWMAN, A. B. STEWART, Vice-Presidents N. B. SOLNER, Cashier BOARD OF DIRECTORS J. B. MacDOUGALL, EMANUEL ROSENBERG, Pres. MacDougall & Southwick Co. Vice-President and Mgr. M. Seller & Co. JOHNi B. AGEN, GEO DONWORTH, Wholesale Commission Merchant. Piles, Donworth & Howe, Attorneys. A. B, STEWART, FERDINAND SCHMITZ, Pres. Stewart & Holmes Drug Co. Hamm & Schmitz Land Co. JAMES D. HOGE, JR., JOHN H. McGRAW, President. McGraw & Kittinger, Real Estate and J. D. LOWMAN, Investment Brokers. President, Lowman & Hanford Stationery & N. B. SOLNER, Printing Co. Manager, Bank of Cape Nome, Alaska. "The Union Savings and Trust Co, of Seattle" desires to announce the opening of its bank, ready for business on fIONDAY, NOVEriBER 23, 1903 Temporary Location No. Jl2 Cherry St. Telephone Main 413 Office Hours JO A. M. to 3P. M...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 27 November 1903

THE SEATTLE REPUBLICAN Editor H- R- Cayton ;■■■;.' Associate Susie Revels Cayton SUBSCRIPTION RATES. J2.00 One Year j 0Q Six Months 60 Three Months at Seattle as Second-class Mall Matter. Bona Fide Circulation Office, A. W. Denny Bldg., 1414 Second. Telephone Main 305. An exchange suggests Speaker Can non as a possible presidential candi date in 1908. That might be a good shot. Danks may be breaking in the East, but they are building in Seattle. In other words new banks are periodical ly throwing open their doors for busi ness and the beauty of it all is, they arc getting it. Democrats are working hard for an issue in the coming presidential campaign, but if they tackle the Pon ama-Canal-Expansion one they will have a hard time of carrying ever Mississippi for their standard bearer. With the Introduction or a bill in the senate for the annexation of Cuba a fruitful source for eloquence is pro vided. The proposition, however, is of doubtful benefit either to Cuba or to the United Sta...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 27 November 1903

Alaska's prayer to the National Gov ernment for a territorial government does not appear to be an unreasonable one, only to the federal grafter, who doubtless makes ten times more out of his graft than he does out of his office. Columbia is right in wanting to pro tect her honor, but from newspaper accounts it's a surprise to most people to learn that she had any honor left to protect. In protecting her honor, however, Colombia would show good sense to let her dogs of war loose on some other fellow besides Uncle Sam. Spain can give her some splendid ad vice on this point. The anti-canteen law has been ap plied to the national legislature halls as well as army posts, and now the fire drinking members have to rustle out across the street, bootleg it, or go without. There is a suspicion that the abolishing of bars in the Capitol building was brought about by those interested in the re-establishmont of the army canteens, believing that a fel'ow feeling would make congress men wondrous k...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 27 November 1903

NOTICE OF SUMMONS. No. 40uau. In the Superior Court of the State of Washington lor King county. J. W. .brown, piamiilL, vs. John L. Miles and Mrs. Jonn 1* MUM, Ins wile, if any, and L. A. Uassaway, anu all per sons unKnown, if any, having or claim ing an interest or estate in and to the hereinafter described real property, de fendants. State of Washington to John L. Miles and Mrs. John L. Miles, his wile, if any, and 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 Washington, embracing the following real property situated in said King County, Washington, and more particu larly described as follows, to-wit: Delinquent tax certifi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 27 November 1903

SMILES." Politesness. Little Elmer —Papa, what is polite ness? Professor Broadhead — Politeness, my son, is the art of not letting other people know what you really think of them. The Size of It. Little Elmer —Papa, what is execu tive ability- Professor Broadhead — The faculty of earning your bread by the sweat of other people's brows, my son. His Fate. "Your'e not going to bar me out, are you?" the newly arrived spirit pleaded. "Oh, no, replied St. Peter. "You're the street railway magnate, arn't you?" "Yes sir." "Well, just hang on to one of those straps over there for eternity or so." Large Space Required. Tess —And when he proposed, of course, he kissed you. Jess —Oh, yes. And there were vol umes in that kiss. Tess —Well, you must have had a grea*. deal of cheek to have so large a work as that printed on it. Padded. Jack —Maud Man-wanted looks to me as though she padded pretty liberally. Jim —You bet she does. Why, she tried to make me believe her father is worth a million, and ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 27 November 1903

Passing Events A Democratic Blunder. That the Democrat party is controlled by the hot headed Negro haters of the south has been known for a long time, but it has been made obnoxiously appar ent—to all colored people, at least—by the selection of John S. Williams, of Mississippi, as the party leader in congress. In the words of a southern contemporary: "The Democratic party has certainly come to a pretty pass when it is obliged to select an insignificant little rebel from a state like Mississippi to be its leader and manager on the floor of congress." Mississippi is the first one of the southern states that adopted a consti tution under the provisions of which the Fifteenth amendment is evaded and virtually abrogated. Instead of being the leader of a great party in congress, if the Republican members of that body had the courage of their convictions this man would not be allowed to occu py a seat in the House, because he is the official product of political vice and a violated consti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 4 December 1903

Uhe SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. X. NO. :>6 POLITICAL POT-PIE The strongest candidates for senator in the State of Washington today are John L. Wilson and Sam H. Piles, both of Seattle. The fight now lies between them, as to which will control the King county delegation, and the man who wins that fight stands an excellent chance of election, provided nothing of great import occurs between this time and the next session to take away his strength.—Spectator, Spokane. The above is neither true in part or otherwise. There is no fight on between Senator Wilson and S. H. Piles for the control of the King county delegation. Sena tor Wilson will make no fight to have the legislative nominees ratified by the next county convention in structed to vote for him in case they are elected. It will be up to the members themselves to say wherther or not they want a King county man for the United States senate and act accordingly. It can be predicted even at this early stage in the game that Senator Wi...

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

Tales of the Town Bartlett Goes Free. .Michael Bartlett, the accused wife murderer, is now a free man, a jury in the superior court having found him not guilty last Wednesday after listening to a trial covering three weeks or more. Bartlett and his friends and relatives can thank their lucky stars that they employed "Big Bill" Morris as the leading coun sel in the case, or he might now have either a death sentence or a long term in the state prison hanging over him for his rash act. There is no doubt but that Bartlett was out of his right mind at the time he com mitted the deed, but whether it was from drink or in sanity was the question, and his attorneys seem to have convinced the jury that it was the latter instead of the former. In this connection The Republican rises to remark that Will H. Morris is unquestionably the leading criminal lawyer in the Northwest at the present time. Many in Seattle remember when Bill Morris was a police court practitioner, but he was born for bigge...

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

The Better Way Success Not Always Honor. We are too much inclined to put the crown on the head of success. We say '"Nothing succeeds like suc cess. '' But that is not always true. Success by wrong methods is essential failure. A man may push his way to the front by crowding superior merit out of his path. By chicanery he may steal his bases and make his score. By so doing he has won place, perhaps, but not honor. Nor is he entitled to praise who in the spirit of selfishness has compelled recognition, not because of merit, but through a persistent ambition. The real honors of life are found along the path of self-abne gation in devotion to duty. "Act well your part, there all the honor lies."—Selected. Progression of Truth. Upon the mind of a devout believer new truths and principles of action are sure to dawn. No man em braces the whole round of truth in the moment of con version; but if true to the consecration of that hour, new light will ever and again break out of the Word upon ...

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

THE SEATTLE REPUBLICAN Established May, 1894. H. R. C.yton • " Edlt" Susie Revel. Cyton AMOC"te SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year *200 Six Months 1M Three Months 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. It is too late to do any more kicking, now that the football season is over. That being the case, those wives who, for fear of the "kick," have delayed purchasing that needed winter coat and hat, can do so with impunity. No one need feel any alarm because Dowie has placed his ban on kissing. This is the age when laws are simply made to sound well, not to be obeyed. The lovelorn will be billing and cooing just the same; they may be a little shy about it when Dowie is near, how ever. The Puyallup Valley Tribune is "the brightest and most up-to-date country weekly issued in the entire north west." At least, that is what that paper modestly!?) says of itself, and as it ought to know, being...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 4 December 1903

It is wonderful how much energy some people are putting forth to try and prove that a spade is not a spade. The slot-machine gamblers are de termined to die hard if die they must, but with the speed manifested by offi cers of the law in delaying or refusing to prosecute, and their degree of high er education that enables them to un derstand that legislators mean, in some cases, just what they did not say, or just opposite to what they dirt say, it looks very much as though vain is the hope of man when he expects justice and wisdom from modern-times official sources. We wonder if that was genuine so cialist doctrine expressed by Mrs. Titus the other evening, when she de clared if she were elected on the school board she would do all she could to have the board spend double the amount it did last year for school purposes, because "it is not the social ists, but the people who own property, who pay taxes. I would spend as much of their money as possible," says she. Only one thought see...

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