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The Seattle Republican
Telephone, Main 305,
Th» 9«p«bliean Pub. Co., Publishers .
OFFICE 612 THIRD AVENUE
H. R. Carton, Editor
Susie Revels Carton, Associate
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Entered the Postofflce at Seattle as Second
Class Mall Matter.
Braying Bryan, at the bat
Missionaries in China are pretty
nearly willing to give the cause of
the "yellow man" up as a hopeless
Three million dollars worth of
"dust" from the Klondike added
very materially to the last Fourth's
fun in this metropolis.
If you will get The Seattle
Republican just one subscriber
its circulation will be doubled that
very minute. Try it for luck.
Should the National Negro
ticket be pushed in doubtful
Northern states it will play havoc
with the Republican nominees in
such states. ';:
Uncle Sam's famous historic
Ninth Infantry is to do the heather
Chinese. "When Greek meets
Greek then comes the tug of war.'
Let us suggest to the Olympii
Capital that it has dirty liner
enough in its own party to wasl
without bothering with Republi
cans' soiled garments.
Lee Hart doubtless tried t<
puncture Lewis' vice presidentia
boom, but that was an impossi
bility, as his "boom" was neve
more than mere gas blast.
Mark Hanna may be the "on*
man power" in the Republicai
party, but in Democratic circle
William Jennings Bryan entrust
that prerogative to no one but hii
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So soon as . the Democrats
National Committee shuts glac
hands on Senator Clark's millioi
plunkers that he proposes to con
tribute to it for the defeat of Me
Einley then bedlam will turn loose
Hoboken, N. J., has been the
center of attraction for the pas!
week, owing to a great holacust, in
which 200 persons lost their lives
and $10,000,000 worth of property
was totally destroyed.
Kansas is always doing eratic
things of some kind and, now
Teddy Roosevelt declares Kansas
is responsible for his vice presi
dential nomination. Bleeding
Kansas is forever bleeding over
If the freedom found in the
Southern states of this country is
the kind that the Stars and Stripes
guarantee to those who will ack
nowledge its sovereignty, then a
little of it ought to go a long ways
France pretends to be very
proud of the bonds of unanimity
existing between herself and this
country. Spain by France's aid
failed to lick the United States
and now France loves Uncle Sam
in a manner that knows no founds.
Though there are pretty nearly
15,000 qualified voters in Seattle
but 127 voted at the school bond
election last Monday wherein
$200,000 was involved. That
shows how deeply interested; our
citizens are in self government.
With a 75,000,000 bushel wheat
harvest fh prospect in Kansas this
season, and that to be sold at fancy
prices, the outlook for Bryanisin to
prevail in that state at the polls
next November is far from en
Helen Gould is reported to be
engaged to be married to Congress
man Landis of Indiana. Its un
usual for a woman with as
much money as has Miss Gould
to make so sensible a choice as to a
At last Germany has been given
n excuse to let her Deiderich
loose on the Chinese, as her
minister to China has been mur
dered. Will she use the oppor
tunity is the international question
Those Missouri boys, who start
ed to South Africa on a "pleasure
excursion" and to incidentally take
care of the mules, for once got
their bellies full of "taking care of
mules," though |they were from
T. S. Lippy has again returned
from the Klondike bringing from
his famous gold producer a half a
million dollars worth of "dust."
Like Midus of old soon Mr. Lippy
will have so much gold that he
will have to try to eat gold to get
rid of his gold.
Senator Frink of Seattle, seems
to have the inside track for the
nomination for governor on the
Republican ticket Frink is a
good, square, honest man, and
would make a governor that this
state could well be proud of.—
Now you Fierce county people
are beginning to talk like sensible
people, and like people that are
willing to reciprocate favors.
The silver kings of this country
propose to make one more supreme
effort to put their "'silver god" in
the White House. Clark leads
out with a million dollar contribu
tion, which means that many more
million dollars from other silver
kings will be contributed and spent
in the coming campaign. Bui
does not this mean that Democrats
as well as Republicans believe in
the power of $$$ to produce
Perhaps the relationship be
tween the editor of this papor and
Klondike Lippy is rather remote,
even going beyond Father Adam'e
time, but a great many persons
have persisted in declaring that,
we were 'iippy," and, that is just
what he is. Now if there is any
thing in a name, we do not see
why "Relative" Lippy can not let
us help him spend his money, for
a man with a newspaper can al
ways do that.
W. G. Hartranft, formerly of
Sidney, will doubtless be the nomi
nee on the Republican ticket in
King county for Superintendent
of Schools in that county, and as a
nomination is equivalent to an
election this year, Prof. Hartranft
will doubtless hold that office for
the two years commencing Janu
ary next. —Sidney Independent.
Well, he will have to make a
much more favorable impression
on the voters than he did two
years ago to do so. Thats our
Up at Skagway the Salvation
Army workers induced an Indian
to confess to the killing of a man
and a woman and at the same time
implicating others. The principal
in the tragedy has been sentenced
to be hanged and the accessories
were given fifty years each in the
penitentiary. There is no doubt
but that the conscience of the
Indian that did the killing will
soon be relieved, but in a manner
we predict, thnt few other Indians
will ever get so Salvation Army
strickeu as to waut their minds
similarly relieved of any crime
bey may have in the past been
guilty of clandestinely committing.
"Confession heap, eonfesson too
much," is their conclusion of this
good Salvation Army Indian.
"Expansion" seems to have lost
all of its former fascination for
Brer. Mays of the Pomeroy In
dependent, now that he has an
opportunity to practice what he
preached. When there was no
campaign in sight ho was a great
expansionist and McKiuley for
eign policy endorser, but the presi
dential campaign being at hand,
he stauds ready to again receive
Bryauism with open arms. It
would appear that even newspaper
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get a bit of free advertisement for
their papers, and, if that was
Editor Mays' intention, he succeed
ed most admirably.
According to street rumor would
be-senator Levi Ankeny has offer
ed the Walla Walla Argus a
handsome sum to add to its bank
account if it will only discard the
following couplet, which heads its j
This Argus o'er thepeople'e rights
Shall an eternal vigil keep,
No soothing sound of Mammon's
Shall lull its hundred eyes to
"The reason L want it dropped
is, because I know it means Me,"
is what Mr. Ankeny is reported to
have said in confidence not long
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