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LOCAL.
Mr. and Mrs. Gustave B. Aldrich and
Miss Daisy Lawhorn of Tacoma, spent
Sunday in this city.
Mrs. J. L. Woodson,of 1412 4th Aye.,
has been very sick for a week, but is
not considered in danger.
The Trojan Whist Club was encer
tained Monday evening by Mr. Frank
Smith in his rooms at the Hoge Block.
Mr. Thomas Wood has given up the
head waitership of the Stander and will
have charge of the Washington Annex.
Mrs. Black of Vancouver, B. C, has
been visiting the city this week and
was the guest of Mrs. W. H. Hender
son.
Mr. A. Agee has left on his return
trip to Alaska. He is going in by the
way of Valdez and over the All Ameri
can route.
Mr. John T. Gayton has sold his resi
dence and contemplates building some
where along the Ren ton car line within
the next sixty days.
Mr. John Guy, who has been a resi
dent of Seattle for some years leaves
this week for Yakima where he goes to
open up a ranch. Mrs. Guy will follow
as soon as he gets a house built.
Mr, C. C. Hancock will increase his
business in this city by opening dining
parlors at the Fairfield at Sixth and
Madison. He will at the same time
conduct his dining rooms at the Wal
dori,
Mr. Austin Anderson has succeeded
Mr. Wood at the Stander. For the
past three months he has been head
waiter at the St. Frances, but the
Stander folks made it quite an object
to him to make the change.
Mrs. G. S. Bailey is very ill at her
home on Beacon Hill. It is to be hop
ed that the friends will not let this old
lady suffer for the necessaries life,
she being an old lady, a widow and a
member of the church.
A social was given at the 14th Street
A. M. E. church on last Friday evening
under the management of Mrs. M. B.
Purnell. There was a literary program
and supper. A very ehjoyable evening
was spent by those who attended and
$25 was turned into the treasury of the
church.
The Dramatic Club met at the resi
dence of C. H. Harvey last Tuesday
evening. A committee was appointed
to arrange for the chorus books for the
club. The club will meet next Tues
day evening at the residence of Mrs.
H. V. Ray and a full attendance is
much desired.
Mr. Gordon Carter, a well known
engineer of Franklin, was in^the city
last Tuesday and while here made final
arrangements with Mr. G. W. Thomp
son, the contractor and builder, to be
gin the erection of a dwelling house on
his Beacon hill property. Mr. Carter
has other valuable property in the city.
Alonza Hallum, son of Mr. and Mr.
William Hallum, of 706 University St.,
died Thursday morning. The deceased
was 14 years old. The family was for
merly of Wichata, Kansas. The fune
ral was Saturday from the undertaking
parlors and was conducted by Rev. F.
L. Donohoo, and the remains will be
sent to Wichita for burial. A large
number of friends were in attendance
at the services, among them many of
his schoolmates. The floral offerings
were many and beautiful.
THE SEATTLE REPUBLICAN
SPECIAL EDITION
ANNOUNCEIVfENT
The special edition of The Seattle Repub
lican, which had been planned to be issued Jan
uary Ist last, for reasons over which the man
agement had no control, could not materialize
at the appointed time, but will come out later
in the shape of an anniversary number of the
establishing of The Seattle Republican fourteen
years ago. In the meantime the work is being
vigorously prosecuted and when issued it will
be a thing of beauty.
Arrangements are being made to have a large
number of copies distributed in the Negro build
ing at the Jamestown exposition, which opens
next June. The number will contain pictures of
no less than 500 homes and persons in the North
west, and also contain accurate facts and figures
of the progress of the Negro in the Northwest.
It means much to get these statistics, hence we
had to make haste slowly in the publication of
the Magazine.
The Seattle Republican
215 Marion 'Phone Main 305
Go to a respectable place to borrow
money on diamonds, jewelry and
watches. Low rates. Private offices
and all business strictly confidential.
American Watch and Jewelry Co., 908
First Aye., opp. Rainier Grand Hotel.
The valley Whist Club was royally
entertained on Wednesday evening by
Mr. and Mrs. John Ri ter of 515 28th
avenue north. The evening was a
most enjoyable one for the members.
Besides whist, music and songs enliv
ened the evening. Mrs. J. A. Miller
and J. Chandler carried off the honor of
the evening. Refreshments were serv
ed. Those present were, Mr. and Mrs.
J. Chandler, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Gay-
Mr, and Mrs. J. A. Miller, Mr. and
Mrs, J. Ritter, Mrs. L. Brown, Mr. J.
S. Murray, Mr. F. F. Keeble, F. Buf
ford, I. I. Walker and Mr. Sims.
PIONEER SOCIAL CLUB.
The Pioneer Social Club held their
monthly meeting on Tuesday evening
at the residence of Mrs. B. F. Tutt,
1422 33d avenue.
The meeting was largely attended
and business of importance transacted.
The quotations for the next meeting
will be from Shakespeare; this meeting
they were from Pope.
SUNDAY FOKUM.
Those of our race who failed to at
tend the Forum last Sunday missed an
opportunity to hear an important sub
ject ably diacussed.
Mr. Gustave B. Aldrich, of Tacoma,
lectured before the Forum taking for
his subject "American Politics." The
speaker gave a very graphic account of
j the origin of government and the |
I changes and developments that the
I idea has undergone since its inception
|to its present development. His ex-1
planation of the Democratic idea that
wa.3 the foundation of all governments !
was clear and mo^t instructive. He ad
monished us as a race to let the idea j
obtain to a greater extent. We must
learn to stick to a "brother of the
blood." We must lay aside all petty or
imaginary grievances and unite to de
fend, protect and advance a "brother
of the blood." He said most emphat
ically that until this idea obtained to a
greater extent than at present among
our people on the coast, we would al
ways be imposed upon, legislated and
discriminated against by thos< races
that protect and respect the principles
of ''a brother of the blood.''
The Forum extended Mr. Aldrich a
rising vote of thanks lor his able and i
instructive lecture.
The musical part of the program was
also interesting: Mr. Byron Clark was
heard in a sjIo; Miss Stone rendered
two instrumental selections that were i
gieatly enjoyed by the audience. The
solo by Mi ,a Neta Bennett was well
rendered.
The subject of next Sunday's, pro
gram will be Crespus Attucks and it
will be discussed by Mr. W. L. Presto,
with open discussion by the audience.
Appropriate music will he rendered.
Let everybody come early and enjoy j
a literary feast.
i
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF 1 THE
State of Washington, for King County.
In the matter of the estate of Emma
Nanearrow, Deceased.—No. 7608. Notice
to Creditors.
By order of said court made herein on i
the 19th day of February, 1907, notice
is hereby given to the creditors of, and
all persons having claims against said
deceased or against said estate, to pre
sent them with the necessary vouchers ]
to the undersigned administrator of said
estate, at 305 Collins Block, Seattle,
King County, Wash., the place of busi*
ness of said estate, in Seattle, in said
county and state, within one year from
and after the date of first publication
of this notice or same will be barred.
Date of first publication, March 1.
1907.
CLIFFORD H. ANDERSON,
As Administrator of said Estate.
ELIAS A. WRIGHT,
Attorney for Estate.
629-631 Burke Building, Seattle, Wash.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
State of Washington, for King County.
Dorathea A. Eligan, Plaintiff, vs. Wil
liam Eligan, Defendant. —No. 54636.
Summons.
The State of Washington to the said
William Eligin, defendant:
You are hereby summoned to appear
within sixty (60) days after the date
of the first publication of this summons,
towit: within sixty (60) days after the
Bth day of February, 1907, and defend
the above entitled action in the above
entitled court, and answer the complaint
of the plaintiff, and serve a copy of your
answer upon the undersigned attorneys
for plaintiff at their office below stated;
and in case of your failure so to do,
judgment will be rendered against you
according to the demand of the com
plaint, which has been filed with the
clerk of said court.
This action is brought for the purpose
of securing a divorce from the defendant
upon the ground of abandonment and
non-support.
ANDREW R. BLACK,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
P. O. Address: Pacific Block, Seattle,
King County, Washington.
Date of first publication, February 8,
1907.
Feb. 8, Mch. 29.
NOTICE.
To All Whom It May Concern, and
Particularly to the Stockholders of The
Seattle Park Company:
Notice is hereby given and extended
to any and all persons in any way in
terested, or concerned with, The Se
attle Park Company, a corporation or
ganized and existing under and by vir
tue of the laws of the State of Wash
ington, with its principal place of busi
ness in the City of Seattle, King Coun
ty, State of Washington, that a meeting
of the stockholders of said corporation
will be held at the office and principal
place of business of said corporation, in
the City of Seattle, King County, State
of Washington, on Saturday, the 13th
day of April, 1907, at the hour of 2
o'clock P. M., the .object and purpose of
which meeting is to increase the capital
stock of said corporation from Forty
Thousand Dollars ($40,000), which is its
present capital stock, to the sum of
Seventy-five thousand dollars ($75,000),
of the par valu,e of One Hundred Dol
lars ($100.) per share, of fully paid and
non-assessable stock, at which time and
place a vote of the stockholders of said
corporation will be had for the purpose
of determining whether or not the cap
ital stock of said company, in the
amount as aforesaid, shall be so in
creasd to the amount of Seventy-five
Thousand Dollars ($75,000), as afore
said.
And furthermore, that any and all per
sons interested in such proceedings are
now and hereby notified and requested
to be present at the said meeting to
present any objections which they may
have thereto, or to present cause, if
any they have, why the said capital
stock should not be increased to such
an amount in the manner, and at the
time, as aforesaid.
Dated at Seattle, Washington, this
15th day of February, 1907.
A. H. HARRISON,
W. W. POWERS,
WALTER PRIEDENBURG,
W. A. ROBERTS,
P. JAMIESON.
Feb. 15 —March 29.
APPLICATION NO. 3949-3993.
Notice of Sale of Timber on Indemnity
School Land.
Notice is hereby' given that on the
16th day of March, 1907, at the hour of
10 o'clock in the forenoon, on said day,
at the door of hte Court House in King
County, Washington, the timber on the
following described timber on Indemnity
school land will be sold at public auction
to the highest bidder therefor, to-wit:
APP. NO. 3949.
SEi/4 of SWii Sec. 24, Twp. 26, Range
4 E.; area, 40 acres; value of timber,
$650.00.
APP. NO. 3993.
SWI4 of NWy 4 Sec. 6, Twp. 23, Range
4 E.; area, 40 acres; value of timber,
$185.00.
Said timber on said land will be sold
for not less than the appraised value,
las appraised by the Board of State Lana
Commissioners in the manner provided
by law, a statement of which is now on
. file in the office of the Auditor of said
1 County.
Terms of sale are: Cash, to be paid
on the day of sale.
The timber on the above described
lands is offered for sale by virtue of an
order of the Board of State Land Com
-1 missioners, made on the 2nd day of No
vember, 190"6, duly certified and on file in
the office of said County Auditor.
J. P. AGNEW.
County Auditor.
Dated at Seattle, Wash., this 9th day
Df February, A. D. 1907.

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