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The Seattle Republican
T c P'spablican Pub. Co., Publishers
OFFICE 714 THIRD AVENUE
H.R. Cay ton, Editor
Susie Revels Cayton, Associate
SUBSCRIPTION RATES.
One Year $> oo
Six months jl 00
Three Months ". tjoe
Advertising rates Furnished upon application
Entered at the I'ostoffiue at Seattle as Secon.l
Class Mail Matter.
Mrs. Nation now knows Missouri is
not Kansas.
Prom the numerous newspaper re
ports it would appear that Seattle is to
eventually be the great "hill" of the
Northwest.
Though this is truly considered the
age of "trusts," yet most men without
money find it a rather difficult matter
to get trust.
Pomp and pomposity promise to pre
dominate at the coronation of King
Edward, which is to take place at
Westminster Abbey the end of next
June.
No wonder there is such a demand
for new policemen in the various cities
of this country, when, according to of
ficial reports, 47,107 natives left Ire
land during the year 1900.
Criminals of New York can no
longer chant "sing-sing" as a rest from
their labors, by night and by day, for
no more has that state a prison known
as Sing Sing: it has given way to
Ossining.
Is not the Daily Bulletin losing its
usefulness when it begins to take sides
with the local factions in this city?
It should not be a paper of factional
differences, but one of facts and figures
which all factions can take and rely
upon.
It is rather remarkable that Aguin
aldo, though a prisoner, should be buy
ing jewelry on an extensive scale, but
perhaps he is going to put himself on
exhibition as a museum fj'eak. and
thereby earn easy money for his future
maintenance.
According to the late ruling of the
postoffice department, after June 30th
next, the employes of the postoffiee
throughout the country will have
shorter hours per day to work, which
fact is very gratifying to the postof
fice employes in general.
It begins to look as though Seattle
is soon to become a great ship build
ing center. The Clise-Smith concern
recently organized promises to be a
strong competitor to the Moran Bros,
concern, which already has a $3,000,
--000 government ship building contract
Chief United States Statistician 0.
P. Austin is of the opinion that in one
hundred years the United States will
have a population of 300.000,000; Bish
op Fowler of the Methodist Episcopal
church, is of the opinion that of that
number 100.000,000 will be Negroes,
thus making one-third of the popula
tion of this country persons descend
ed from Africans.
"A newspaper editor should be a
person of opinion and not a trimmer,"
remarks an exchange. That is true;
but if he is a person of opinions and
expresses them in the columns of his
paper, he will not be a person of money
and that, too, on account of his opin
ions, for the editor who has an opinion
and expreses it always goes hungry,
while the trimmer lives in the lap of
luxury.
An exchange is of the opinion that
the man or men who intend to start a
new daily paper in Portland. Oregon,
in opposition to the Oregonian of that
city "are misguided enthusiasts." We
wonder if the same significant term
will apply to those persons who are
going to establish another daily paper
in Seattle; but we guess not, owing to
the fact that he Seattle paries have
millions at their back.
A constable at Tenino was recently
fined twenty dollars for hunting out of
season, and a number of the members
of the local rod and gun club of this
county, the prime principle of the or
ganization being the prevention of the
killing of game out of season, was
fined by one of the county justices
small sums each for hunting out of
season. Such showings on the part of
those supposed to look after the en
forcement of the law do not appear
well on paper.
There is no doubt of the fact that
South Africa is one of the greatest
mineral districts in the world. And
since 1887 millions upon top of mil
lions of dollars' worth of gold and sil
ver, as well as diamonds and. other
precious metals, have been shipped
from the Transvaal country. No won
der the British have made such desper
ate efforts to wrest the country from
the Boers, and, upon the* other hand,
the Boers have fought so persistently
to hold the same.
A student of Ann Arbor is suspected
to have a genuine case of bubonic
plague. Here is a case ot "when Greek
meets Greek," and the bubonic plague
has got a terrible case on its hands to
overcome the usual student plague
which prevails in all well established I
- colleges among the students- Now, if
the bubonic plague will only step over
to West Point and tackle the hazing
plague, it is very likely that the lead-1
ing military school of our country will
be the better therefrom.
LEGAL NO ICES
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
Suu. of Washington, for King County.
William Calvert, plaintiff, vs. Auguste
T. Kiedinger and Pauline Riedinger, hi:-.
wife; Moore Land • ompany's Syndi
cate A, a corporation; Richard D. Ba
ker and J. S. Richards, copartners as
baker >v Richards, and Joseph H. Berry
and Thomas Berry, copartners as Bi
Brothers, and all persons unknown, If
any, having or claiming an interest or
estate in and to the hereinafter describ
ed real property, defendants. >;». :;-."■■ ..
Notice and Summons.
Th< - Washington to Auguste T.
Riedinger and I auline Riedinger, his
. Moore Land Company's Syndicate
A, a corporation; Richard i>. Baker and
J. S. Richards, copartners as Baker iV
. rds, an 1 Joseph I!. Bei ry and
rhomas Berry, copartners as Berrj
I■. c' ii. ;.-, who are the owners or reputed
owners of, and all persons unknown hav
ing or claiming an interesi or estate in
and i<> the hereinafter described real prop-
Vuii and each of you are hereby notified
that the above named plaintiff, William
Calvert, is the holder of a delinquent tax
certificate, No. 1,523, issued by the treas
urer of King County, Washington, em
bracing the following real property, sit
uated m King County, Washington, and
more particularly described as Follows,
to-wit: Lot 1, Block 6, Moorland; that said
certificat< was issued on the 19th day ol
Marc i, IS9B, for the sum of t&.ll for de
linquent taxis on said property for the
year 1596; that on the following dates
plaintiff paid taxes on said property for
years in the following
amounts, to-wit: March 19, 1898, the sum
of $0.52, being the amount of delinquent
iax certificate No. 5,894, with accumulated
interest, penalty and costs, for taxes (or
.ear ISS>2, theretofore issued to King
County and thereafter assigned by said
('.unity in plaintiff; .March 19, 1898, J0.41,
g the amount of delinquent tax cer
tificate No. 5,891, with accumulated inter
est, penalty and costs, for taxes for IM'4
and 1895, theretofon issued to King Coun
eheafter assigned by said King
County to plaintiff; April 3, 1899, $0.19
taxes for 18J»7; April 3, L 899, $0.18 Tax-.- for
: 9, $0.22 t axes for 1899; which
sums each bear interest at 15 per cent.
per annum from said dates of payment.
You and each of you are hereby di
rected and summoned to appear within
sixty days after the service of this notice
and summons upon you. exclusive of the
date of service, in the above entitled
court, and defend said action or pay the
amount due, together with the costs, in
of your failure so to do, plaintiff
will apply for judgment, and judgment
will be rendered, foreclosing the lien for
said taxes and costs against the real
property, lands and premises herein
named.
WILLIAM CALVKKT, Plaintiff.
McClure & McClure, attorneys for plain
tiff. Offic< and postoffiee address, room
65 Dexter Moiion & Co. Bank Building,
Seattle, Kin- County. Washington.
Dale of arsi publication, April 19,
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
State of Washington, for King County.
Wililam Calvert, plaintiff, vs. Auguste
, T. Riedinger and Pauline Riedinger, his
wife; Moore Land Company's Syndi
cate A. a corporation; Richard D. Ba
ker and J. B. Richards, copartners as
Baker >v Richards, and Joseph 11. Berry
and Thomas Berry, copartners as Berry
Brothers, and all persons unknown, if
any, having or claiming an interest or
estate in and to the hereinafter describ
ed real property, defendants. No. 32,088.
Notice and Summons.
The State of Washington to Auguste T.
Riedinger and I'auiine Riedinger, his
wite: .vloore Land Company's Syndicate
A. a corporation; Richard D. Laker and
J. S. Richards, copartners .is Baker &
Richards, and Joseph H. Berry and
Jin,mas Berry, copartners as ' Berry
Btothers, who are the owners or reputed
owners of, and all persons unknown hav
ing or claiming an interest or estate in
.in<] to the hereinafter described real prop
erty.
Yon and each of you are hereby notified
that the nine,,, named plaintiff, William
Calvert, Is the holder of a delinquent tax
certificate. No. 1,519, issued by the treas
urer of King County, Washington, em
bracing i lie following real property, sit
uated in King County, Washington, and
more particularly described as follows,
to-wit: I.hi 1. Block 7. Moorland; that said
certificate was issued on the 19th day of
eh, IS9B, for the sum of s'mm for de
linquent taxis on said property for the
year 1896; that on the following dates
plaintiff paid taxes on said property for
the following years in the foil .wing
amounts, to-wit : March 19, 1898, t ie sum
of (0.52, being the amount of delinquent
.ax certificate No. 5,896, with accumulated
interest, penalty and costs, for taxes for
tie year 1X32, theretofore issued to King
County and thereafter assigned by said
County to plaintiff; March 19. 1898, $0.52,
being the amount of delinquent tax cer
tilicate No. :>.ss,, with accumulated inter
est, penalty and costs, for taxes f n 1894
and IS©, theretofore issued to King Coun
ty and thereafter assigned by said King
'County to plaintiff; April 3, 1899, $0.19
taxes for 1897; April 3, 1899, $0.18 taxes for
1898; June I, 1300, $0.22 taxes for 1899; which
sums each bear interest at 15 per cent.
per annum from s.iid dates of payment.
Voti and each of you are hereby di
| rected and summoned to appear within
I sixty days after the service of this notice
and summons upon you. exclusive of the
date of service, in the above entitled
court, and defend said action or pay the
amount due, together with the costs. In
■ ise of your failure bo to do, plaintiff
Aiii apply for judgment, and judgment
will he rendered, foreclosing the lien for
said taxes ami costs against the real
property, lands and premises herein
named.
WILLIAM CALVERT, Plaintiff.
McClure & McClure. attorneys for plain
tiff. Office and postoffiee address. roon
65 ivxter Ho: ion s v- Co. Bank Building
Seattle, King County, Washington.
Date of ilisi publication, April 19, 1901.
IX THE SUPERIOR COURT OK Till'-.
Stati of Washington, for King County.
William Calvert, plaintiff, vs. Auguste
T. Riedinger and Pauline Riedinger, his
wife; Moore Land Company's Syndi
cate A. a corp..tat ion; Richard D. Ba
ker and J. S. Richards, copartners as
Baker .\i Richards, and Joseph H. Berry
and Thomas Berry, copartners as Berry
Brothers, and all persons unknown. If
any. having or claiming an interest or
estate in a:nl to t'ne hereinafter describ
ed real property, defendants. No, 32,090.
Notice and Summons
The State of Washington to Auguste T.
Riedinger and Pauline Kiedinger, his
wife; Moore Land Company's Syndicate
A. a corporation; Richard D. I'.a'ker and
J. S. Richards, copartners as Baker ft
Richards, and Joseph 11. Merry and
Thomas Berry, copartners as Berry
Lers, who are the owners or reputed
owners of. and all persons unknown hav
ing or claiming an interest or estate in
and to the hereinafter described real prop
erty.
You and each of you are hereby notified
that the above named plaintiff, William
Calvert, is the holder of a delinquent tax
certificate. No. L 521, issued by the treas
urer of King- County, Washington, em
bracing the following real property, sit
uated in King County, Washington, and
more particularly described as follows,
to-wit: Lot 34, Block 7. .Moorland; that
said certificate was issued on the l'.'sh day
of March, 1898, tor the sum of |0.24 for de
linquent taxes on said property for the
year 1896; that on the following dates
plaintiff paid taxes on said property for
the following years in the following
amounts, to-wit: March 19, 1898, the sum
of $0.52, being the amount of delinquent
tax certificate No. 5*898, with accumulated
interest, penalty and costs, for taxes for
the year lvc. theretofore Issued to King
County and thereafter assign, d by said
County to plaintiff; March 19, 1888,
- the amount of delinquent tax cer
tificate No. 5,889, with accumulated inter
est, penalty and costs, for taxes for 1594
and 1895, theretofore issued to Kins Coun
ty and thereafter assigned by said King
County to plaintiff; April ;';, 1899, $0.19
taxes for jViT; April ,;, 1899, $0.18 taxes for
1898; June 1. 1900, $0.22 lax. s for 1899; which
sums each bear interest at r> per cent,
per annum from said dates of payment.
You and each of you are hereby di
rected and summoned to appear within
sixty days after the service of this notice
and summons upon you. exclusive of the
date of service, in the above entitled
court, and defend said action or pay the
amount due, together with the costs. In
case "I your failure so to do. plaintiff
will apply for judgment, and judgment
will be rendered, foreclosing the lien for
said taxes and costs against the real
rty, lands and premises herein
named.
WILLIAM CALVERT, Plaintiff.
McClure & McClure, attorneys for plain- '
tiff. Office and postofflce address, room
tio Dexter Hoi ton & Co. Bank Building
Seattle, King County, Washington.
Date of Brat publication, April 19, 1901.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
State of Washington, for King County
William Calvert, plaintiff, vs. Ajiguste
T. Riedinger and Pauline Riedinger his
wife; Mcore Land Company's ' Syndi
cate A, a corporation; Richard D. Ba
ker and J. S. Richards, copartners as
Baker & Richards, and Joseph H. Berry
and Thomas Berry, copartners as Berry
Brothers, and all persons unknown if
any, having or claiming an interest' or
estate in and to the hereinafter describ
ed real property, defendants. No 3' 087
Notice and Summons.
The State of Washington to Auguste T
Riedinger and Pauline Riedinger. his
wife; Moore Land Company's Syndicate
A, a corporation: . Richard D. Baker and
J. S. Richards, copartners as BaKer &
Richards, and Joseph H. Berry and'
Thomas Berry, copartners as Berry
Brothers, who are the owners or reputed
owners of, and all persons unknown hav
ing or claiming an interest or estate in
and to the hereinafter described real prop
thl? U<£ nd i ach of you are ««*y notified
ttat the i above v, named plaintiff. William
< alvert, is the holder of a delinquent tax
certificate No. 1,521, Issued by the treas
urer of King County, Washington em
bracing the following real property £t
uated in King County. Washington and
more particularly described as follows
to-wlt: V Ol 2- Block 6. Moorland; that slid
certificate was issued on the 19th day of
March, ISfflS, for the sum of $0.11 for delin
ntthat'e^ on sa-d property for the year
pa id that op the following dates plaintiff
paid taxes on said property for the fol
'•'"r -Xr r\ in the '°"owin S amounts
■•-wit March 19, ifflg, the sum of $0 s*>
being the amount of delinquent tax cer
tificate No. 5,895, with accumulated inter
vlar Pfs" ) a >lty tnand C, OSts ' ?or taxes 'or the
year/1892. heretofore issued to King-
County and thereafter assigned by s "id
;>u"ty to plaintiff: March^.is£ (on
being the amount of delinquent tax cer
esi Can|naUvs^ With accumulatedl Int^
and penalty and costs, for taxes for 1894
and 1896, theretofore issued to King Conn
HOLMES' GOOD, FURNITURE jj
Lone wear Gouohes
TIT HEN quality is given careful attention you will I
jjf find this store's prices always the lowest. In
[ materials and construction, in finish and design, I
in durability and comfort, this store's Couches are the J
highest standard of excellence. We show 66 different 1
patterns. Prices up to $Bs. 1
■l§ilP&.^ This Attractive Durable Couch ffi
I ■ i^M^^^^^^®^\ *s different from the ordinary j|
°°"c^' inasmuch that it has no |j
} ,<$ 2 an(* as n0 fringe- It is full 8
width and its excellent steel B
spring construction is open to to inspection; covered &4/ r EZiX P
with heavy high-grade velour, deep tufted vPIOtOU 1
This Couch is covered with Pan- .jsu—. j|
tasote. looks just like leather /^^Pfw^Sv - ■ ■ j|
and guaranteed to wear better; \4!^/j&r^§^»-»-.«--- , x .^_ I
30 inches wide, close tufted, V#^'V^?^^^^r^\ i
frame is solid oak, carved clawed 144^^-V'^t^^BJ) i
feet.has substantial steel springs, jf¥ —^^^ jii*^;^/ S
guaranteed; by exposing the con- '^^^''rZ^tT2 rJ^lf^^^E- U
struction we show the springs : —~~ r ; — g
fastened together with steel instead of strings; • #I f| f\f\ I
see it for yourself 3IO«UU 1
6. L Holmes Furniture Co.
1101 to 1105 Second Avenue 1
I ACRE TRACTS I
I $125 to $200 I
\\ Per Acre. Adjoining Car g
I .Line. Overlooking Lake «
§ Washington. $
» I
I Fint6en Minutes From Pioneer Square I
— ■ I
I McGRAW & KITTENGER §
S Room 6 Bailey Building i
ty and thereafter assigned by said King
County to plaintiff; April 3, 189 i», $0.19
taxes for 1897; April 3. 1899, 10.18 taxes for
1898; June 1. WOO, $0.22 taxes for 1899; which
sums each bear interest at 15 per cent.
per annum from said dates of payment.
You and each (if you are hereby di
rected and summoned to appear within
sixty days after the service of this notice
and summons upon you, exclusive of the
date of service, in the above entitled
court, and defend said action or pay the
amount due, together with the costs. In
ease of your failure so to do, plaintiff
will apply for judgment, and judgment
will be rendered, foreclosing the lien for
said taxes and costs against the real
property, lands and premises herein
named.
WILLIAM CALVERT. Plaintiff.
McClure & McClure, attorneys for plain
tiff. Office and postoffice address, room
65 Dexter Morton & Co. Bank Building.
Seattle. King County, Washington.
Date of first publication, April lit, 1901.
I HOUSES
O. B. SPELLMAN
Pracrical Plumber aiid Gasfitter. Sunitary
Plumbing a specialty.
2i2 Columbia St.
MISCELLANEOUS '
rvpil^C Perfectly Com
I fßllllX Pounded at PIKE
L/IVUUt/ STREET PHAR
MACY, 419 Pike. Tel. Main 933
Osborne, Tremper & Co., Inc.
Abstract and Title Examiners
Basement Mutual Life Bldg. Phone Main 548
VESTIBULE BOOTBLACK PAR
LORS Marcellus Thomas, Prop.
i Dexter Morton Bank Building.
Ring up Buff 1004
Seattle GlotHes Pressing Go.
Ladies' and gents' clothing
cleaned, dyed and repaired
We call for and deliver promptly.
1007 Third Avenue
ALBERT HANSEN
JEWELER AND SILVERSMITH
..Dealer in..
Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver
ware, Rich Out Glass. Etc.
Buy a White and
Be Happy "SJSLff
n||pT|inrDoesyour
nUI I UllL truss hold you?
if not, caii at Guy's Drag Store
Fine Fresh Fruit
Always on hand at the
SAN DIEGO FRUIT CO ,
41 5 Pike Street
BONNEY & STEWART
UNDERTAKERS
THIRD and COLUMBIA
Preparing bodies for shipping a specialty.
All orders by telephone or telegraph promptly
attended to. Telephone Main 13.
Hair Cut
' AS YOU LIKE IT, STYLISH
AND UP TO DATE.
PfVtfik'« Place I 807 A Rail.
rrailK S» KlflCe | road avenue
BrocKman Bros.
• Pike Street's Leading Grocer
Wants Your Trade
Gor. Sixth and Pike SEfUTLE
riCTER
mmw, V lIU 1 UJ
j Coloniai Block. Second Aye. and Columbia St.
FOR
| DRY GOODS, NOTIONS.
CLOAKS, MILLINERY
AND MEN'S FURMISHINGS

GO TO
WI L SON'S
Second Avenue and University Street
Moran Bros. Company
P Manufacture and Sell
LUMBER
For All Purposes
SEATTLE - - - WASH.
DRESSY SHOES
! At Prices that Appeal to Your
Pocketbook.
| The Very latest Styles at the Popular
Prices of $2.50 to $5-00, See them.
RAYMOND & HOYT,
918 Second Aye., - SEATTLE, WASH.
Hats Cleaned, Dyed and Retrimmed
by Practical Hatters
SEATTLE
HAT FACTORY
A Full Line of New Hats at
Factory Prices.
1111 Second Aye. Phone Green iß2i
WASHINGTON

IRON WORK CO.
Founders, Machinists and
Boilermakers.
HOISTING AND LOGGING
ENGINES A SPECIALTY
J. M. FRINK, President.
SEATTLE, WASH.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
_ _ _____
E. D. Benson George F. Aust
Benson & Aust
Practice in all the courts. R. 22 Boston Bldg
James A. Kellogg
Legal Practitioner
219 Bailey Block, Seattle. Wash
J. P. BALL, Jr.
Practices in all State _nd U. S. Courts
Rooms 18, IT, 16 Roxwell Block, Seattle, Wash.
Morris & Southard
Successful Criminal and Civil Lawyers. ••' ;',
51 Haller Bldg.. Seattle, Wash. Phone Blue &41
Moron, Penwick & Lawrence
PATENT LAWYERS 40 years' experience-
Washingtou, D. U. Q. Ward Kemp, Local At
torney, 432 Burke Bldg., Seattle. Call or write
for free fcuide book.
Root, Palmer & Brown
Have formed a law partnership.
533 Pioneer Bldg.. Seattle. Wn. Tel. Main 476
Z. B. Rawson, *
Gives Prompt Attention to Court Cases
617 and 618 Pacific Block.
WM. H. FiNCK ~~ •
Pioneer Jeweler, Established 1882. Watches
Jewelry, Silverware, Clo ks and Optica
Goods, Scientific Optician, Watch Repairs
816 Second Avenue, Seattle. Wash
■ : '.' **j r
Washington Dental and ■ *
Photographic Supply Company;
Kodaks and High Grade Cameras. 211 •
Columbia street, Seattle
BANKS '
SAFE DEPOSIT VAULT
THE NATIONAL BANK OF
COMMERCE
H. C. Henry, Pres. R. R. Spencer, Cashier
PEOPLE'S SAVING BANK-
Second and Pike.
Capital -----„- - $100,000
.Tames] R. Hayden, Manager.
J. T. Greenleaf, Ass't Cashier
Deposits received from $1 to $10,000 4 per
ent interest allowed on savings de os-its
THE PUGET SOUND NATIONAL BANK
OF SEATTLE
Capital Stock paid in - - - $528,000 .
Surplus 35,000
- ■ - "■.'-'
Jaaob Furth, President; J S. Goldsmith, Vice-
President; K. V. Ankeny. Cashier
Correspondence in all the principal cities of the
United States and Europe ■ •' •■„■'-_.
ffflMMßMtl ilTOim C_* .
FIRST NATIONAL, BANK OF
SEATTLE.
PAID-UP CAPITAL ....... 1 $150,000
J.-It__.S D. HOGE, JR., President.
LESTER TURNER, Cashier.
A general banking business transacted.
Letters of credit sold on all principal
cities of the world. Special facilities for
collecting in British Columbia points.
TRANSPORTATION '.: .-.■;•
(( J U
n^BRo/ n
s
Two Overland Trains Daily
from Seattle to the
East with
Pullman Sleeping Cars
Elegant Dining Cars
Finest Tourist Sleeping Cars
: . ... ===== T O -
SPOKANE ' BUTTE
HELENA DULUTH
ST. PAUL MINNEAPOLIS
THE SHORTEST LINE by twelve hours or '
more to Omaha, Kansas City. St. Louis, etc.
Through tickets to all points East and South
east.
For information, maps and tickets- call on or
write to
I. A. NADEAU, General Agt. Seattle, Wash.
A. D. CHARLTON. A. O. P. A. Portland, Or
THE
NORTHWESTERN'S
FAST MAIL
THE i ,": .
NORTHWESTERN
LINE
Have added two more trains (the
Fast Mail) to their St. Paul-Chi
cago service, making eight trains
daily.
BETWEEN
MINNEAPOLIS
ST. PAUL and
CHICAGO
This assures passengers from the
west making connections.
The 20th Century train, "the finest • -
in the world," leaves St. Paul every
day in the year at 8.10 p. m.
F. W. PARKER,
General Agpnt,
151 Yesler Way. Seattle Wash.
E. R. Butterworth &Sons
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS
Telephone Main 949
428,1483 Third Avenne SEATTLE

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