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The Seattle Republican
Established May, 1894. OFFICE 714 THIRD AVENUE. H. R. Cayton Editor Susie Revels Cayton Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year $2.00 Six Months 100 Three Months 60 Bona Fide Circulation 2,500 Only Paper in the Northwest Success fully Edited by a Negro. A Whole Page of Legal Notices. Always Regular, Readable, Reliable, Republican. Advertising Rates Furnished upon Appli cation. It Carries No Saloon Advertisements. Entered at the Postofflce at Seattle as Second-class Mail Matter. Piper's porospoctive paper prom ises a peremptory pying. Schley's own contention that he was "it" at the Santiago naval bat tle will soon have seen better day.-:. So much mystery surrounds the romantic escape of Cashier Kernan ghan that it is not free from a breath of suspicion. We are quite certain that you were at the circus, for we saw you there, and what better proof could be offered. Labor unions will some day learn to not despise fellow laborers, even though they happen to be of a dif ferent color than themselves. Another Bender family has been discovered, and, as for the past thirty years the famous Kate Ben der was the one to give it away. Sunday amusement may not be out of place, but somehow, or other they always seem to be attended with more fatalities than week day ■ amusements. The proposition of the Sells-Gray circus wiiKc*m£ in Seattle, which has been submitted to the Chamber of Commerce, seems to be something of a Sell after all. Mr. Whittelsey's honesty is not questioned, but that does not re place that $27,000 shortage, and that is what the taxpayrs have their eye on. Unfortunately for the Populist party the state of Kansas will have no general election this year that that party might profit from on ac - count of the drouth. BUSINESS DIRECTORY REPUBLICAN READERS TELEPHONE MAIN 305 FOR A CARD IN THIS DIRECTORY ■ Diamond Ice is the best— the r^ .:■_-> for inv'stm't and im- _•_ •*«•**«**££* '•'?■'"■': —— _ ~—~ _ _ _— .__ — • ;.'.-;■.'; :," 1Y led longest- Telephone Main 1059 Dia- U■l n I |-| A *>O provement.Ger. Am. f?*s*»|* Tr*F*rtF?|?»l*»|?4? TLJC -: FISHTNT ~~~ " ~~~ . '. II.H mond Ice and Storage Co. Corner T\ II V I II RVV inv'stnVnt Co. 813 3d *♦♦♦♦****** + * I I—l I" , r±O±lli\U »sWWSww\AvVWVs» l"''Llltl»JiU""l"UUjll"llllllilllllllllli fi^* u\J\s Western avenue and Union street. *J UUII I\J\J \J aye. Phone Main 1000 TJT *§t ■ ■■ hi TAPKT TT 1 ""^w ■• #* ■ TSIt _^^gyyßl^ YOUR * WILL-DO sporting Ii f]i r SnwHiP««g»J|§si \Mf\nA %X?oX^^ AU c + rap |. o K orMu?uT pi!^ t WWOI * orvaib goods . . .UUIIJ Tlff™lSto^^yKv WOOu sagssiwa??^™"- nDSiraCTS fl ?rrata hos?r eac\i: * WTPF * bUAP .... ■. - complete ~>\ I won*oiploii*of fa/^-s 1 *lf id 1 1 1_ £is the most satisfactory preparation CAMPING ' I* I PQPQnPP I THE (IRAND /AB^r Tnnto mSS^&JSSR MonUln^n^^K * £ pi^m^t^Xr&SS; outfits Ulodl dIIUO IPHTSa&^fIKT' I ents g™ sSa£^ MachHieSffi-KSffiSffi $ «--»« HPP v * «« au s Pring »,«,«„„, 1 '!sr/7wyife tit if you hsves Ti d wi" not iDJU^ c the fineßt filipree or TENNIS mer suits now sel . m^^^xl mmmt J J fjfc UrtO RANGE Ju as new. Removes stains from china, I low cost price for KlHi^^^^K^lfl^^ Q + Mflm SSMMWirSS niom^Jn r,"" 1 ■«• t * Pfl|l|p WfinTPIID Pn the nextSO days. sTudio ESHis^r" uiamonds iHiSI X ■ knd h * sr^7^^iM!kx uUinb, NUnI riUr LU. T hpy n iw7 i»i,n M np n P^^^y*^ '• " "* *J* tall conviction that it will give perfect i I lIC IYI. Ul rcdSC—JOll nSOfl 10l I-,, tZ~~T*T '. ninnprrvr-i™"'StationerVS^Si* GHS *■-*-■«. .; 804 First Avenue , 109 Second Aye ' JhePamExpos.tjon. lilllllnl Mrs- Washiugton. Rear VJl&llUIIUi V Co 71 ls?Ave ™ WTTTrn ' t|T \J\J~T I I! Ol rIVCIIUU i _ " 11 national jury of twenty-five mem- LSI! II 11/1 1216 Second. Home cooking w»». v .iwi| u>. 7io-ist Aye. . -JBtMTcR jL J M r>-w^^«^^w^N•v^^^^» 111 bees, and in competition with _ . fl I rkil^li A..~. aj M Cr* >":! || TWENTY OTHER TYPEWRITEKS. D^rv^!nM.4-^ M lhemeaai hholsi s 4? HP7XTPP tit ! UOUCI1 » AUgUStine & Co. ■■•:■• . ■ . ■ — || The Smith Premier Typewriter Co;, Caterer nemingtoni^s^i ♦ = HESTER * 8 ;, 8 ,,,_ — —§rT£|pi*p^|^ L^~^_J UdlUlUl ton.stewart Rainiei -club ° IJT "■ ===== j. Phone. Main 148. _^ | SPECIAL PRICES Iw' —■ ■. ■■"'■■'!> wi w■ , 0, uie .»,,„.„.««> MP^fC MS * Seattle Gas & * : /es&3&^ D I *IN * ! *■"■ hoover*co. 1/ I I Of the latest and best V| Uf hrO Market, 625 Pike St. Phone Of OCattle (jES OC »U X ♦ I Kodaks^"^^^ "^ * m .. >- « .***^»^ ♦***»***. ASV^vP-\ ■ I RpriNir I ™ EMAINS66 i\uuar\o ,c, 5e.,,, w.„ D . s . MortiWe6b . 2 Electric Co. *j TPT7 PRPAM U^f U * rftrUinM ♦ r^ Camping and Picnic L/UIVUI U Main 443. W 214-2 CHERRY ST, W i '| I fl P^ / X' I ' ♦ /"VUollr DUACb I Vf\r\f\f*Vl Supplies, Rustler "" -A, . ? . r \<l\VH^Li/ l\l ♦ o SEATTLE TACOMA 111 ill V Grocery. 3io coium- rAttODC r ,s Pte , B^P o W . $^****^**^^jfndicesfo;Sunday-Orderi VTW^^^^Vf/ IN I- PC no !—-— - — •* I\l|||Rkx rs< B«tter Egg 3 a nd wWVFWWW*&WW'P*fr fsPfJ!* 5 from us and get the purest 2 O ♦ r w., to P0n,.., ... UUIIDDe) SS,.™ Wi D I and best m L in Seattle * %^gg^ S: c RHMophone s | Seattle GlotDes Pressino Go Frames Sr^Ses'^TS , m . „ stetßm p oßtMmCo E8 Port r , Orchard!] A 1- Free delivery. * Twn TRAIN . n ... vsi STEINMHY PIHNOS 1 - «****■«**,* ' I ICllllUO.mltwi. Aitt.TO.tu. I limhpp nWlsb°Sinl""'A°lmJ ,^ "'"< , f T\A/f» TDA IMC nA II V ♦ •■■ - j cleaned.a yM «drepai re s T , air-™ blllllUDi sa'a~ »- Route I»I X L CREAMERY | TWO TRAINS DAILY I-—V-i-«^j P lTrrr ael'™-r.^ laA T ,1-. Flour and feed bought - •••! \V-/L4tV^... * '• Ai !_■ \j I ILnlll Ltl I ]| * *^ ♦ 1007 Third Avenue I r^ir!/\r»f% andsoid. Trythemfor «_ _ _ „ . ,„„ ■ ? _ . 5 t • w ° Prices. ♦ I r3UGrS i°BoTeim e Awash on flrXviflPnt FwnSi'rSWfS DAILY serv.ces ? 8113rdAve. Tel. Main 948 #To the East, Leaving Seattle at 7.45 \\ m !!!!!. S' 1 I lUUIUDII I) &»iffiiey Jw4 Bremerton'^ ar yan' d a^n ad Dry Dock) ! "%/^%^^o^^^^- a. m. and 7.50 p. m. I Sherman, clay & go. W~~ I^T f\ 111 Shoes half soled while STEAMERS " ■ - . <► 711 Second Aye. 2 A xll^ UODDler vouwail Golden rule /> -- — a Baking Powders, pur- r™^. dhuntl. ess DACI V\l ff\ A I PULLMAN, TOURIST, ♦*«*♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦.«♦.„«♦♦♦: NORTHWESTERN'S uODuier saraAftsa (tPß^Rnh^-Vsiu^ «™ l ©n. d^ntless daci v\i ma i pullman, tourist, ♦^^ ♦♦♦♦^^? northwestern's UI UdUUllUattiep^c, . INMND PLve R KU3LYWCUAL DINING AND ,>™^^_ Past MAIL PI ,| ' F. W.. Merrlek^the f| il/lh4 „ Lead s in up-to-date From Columbia Dock. Foot of Columbia Street' ■ : UIINIINbAINU >>>>>»» > )))>>>>»| . ° iUAll^ Clothier fig»& HOllflllttn^M ™ TiME TRIED . observation CARS j; Goal g 111111 n • .1 priming and Publish- lipf| u/Q P D toil4n*3&*£^? Leaves Bremerton-80°. 9M **« "M a. m., M j ,^ " No Train Compares With the ;; -„ " _ ? „ ■■•„■ KrInTI nfT p g °°- Phrk &^?Vf? fl nIIIW nI X chanlcs' tSoiS" and I.W. 3.30, *5.30 p. m. T •AND *f t CC\ t v Have added two more trains (the rrmTing§BHKsa'« ll«iuiaios=ai» —Z^;^,.^^ fire tested north coast limited if all oal i &WM&SSM I^PlirC Perfectly Com- Leaves Charleston-7.45,8.45 a. m,, i-> 45,5.15 p. m — ' ■ ■" The Best Coal >< 7' r\ «1 | ■ ' W. Butler. 2024-Bth li| 11 1 X pounded at PIKE FOR pleasant BEACH j - 5' v BETWEEN \J ■■II r\ ■ v%. rv» aye Phonp Ruff !2fi7 L/lalJlffJ <3 rPRTT IP"P dhad run riitasAfll BbALH . ■■ v Uiil V> iUI, iN DUliaing^i MACY,Ti9h£ TeLMain " t----^- -atueata.a. m .. , 15 j The Short Line to Kansas City and if MFWP.fI^Tf F' I MINNEAPOI IQ " - ~^o^T L%rt::rir" 6 rr eanspointfor A!! eV °yearsuse inSeattle 1 au south*, w**.^ % «lh-uiio ill ;; STPAULand D pn . a i; Qo^%SSutrs DRY GOODS, NOT/OHS, +To Bre m erton^i77uTs^ ry Doc k > "stands alone the favorite Through Car service. I Ivump Co^l - CHICAGO nU^dlldOco 3-.^picmc R|fo a ck l CLOAKS, MILLINERY 'Saturday only-Steamers will leave Bremer- DOHieStlC CO3l \ v _. W"^^ V-» ' • AND MEN'S FURMISHINGS ton on extra trip at 6.15 p. m. Leave Seattle at ~ I Only at the Bunkers of the V - west iSKcolniectSii™ fr°m the 5.00 and 11.30 p. m. No trip at 6.30. . % >• ' Plnmh^rpßsß* w I Fson''^ Sunday only, extra trip-Leaves Seattle at "~ For information, maps and ttctets. call -- 1 PACIFIC GOAST GO I aJSSSSI?S^ Kllim reasonable rate* wJL£:Si££L^ 10 P> m> for Bremerton. Sidney and Charleston. jaasL write to au ~ —^.^ Phon el. uU 11 day inW yoarat Slop, m V6fy Ii UIIIDUI i£*¥&3L3®. V V Sec l t^ A y ,V Fare 50 Cents, Round Trip. D f" 0!" ""^ 24 Ph°" ■••■ see i. a. nadeau, General Ajft . seauie, w -n - Ph i\ Second Avenue and University Street v Dolivone* North of Pike Deliveries South of Pike n «««», wsm. jk Phone Main 92 \\ General Ageiit _ i A. D. CHARLTON. A. G. P. A. Portly, Or ' t>.> >>>>>>)>>>>)) >>>>> y> A \ 1&1 YeSler Way. battle V ash. Debs' prospects of becoming mas ter of the White House are not as bright now as they might be, and certainly not as bright as Debs him self would have them be. Owing to an unusually large run of sockeyes, the salmon packers of Puget Sound are getting in their graft in fine shape. There is no de nial of the fact that "every dog has his day." That Massachusetts farmer that- i lias a corner on lady-bugs might double his wealth if he would only get another corner on men-bugs, j and then put both sexes to work on j his farm. With the Seattle Theatre as a family playhouse with popular price shows, something is going to drop in the show business in this city be fore the coming theatre season closes. Laboring men, who not only lost a day's wages last Monday, also very largely took in the circus at an ex pense of from $2.50 to $5.00 each. Xo wonder some men grow richer while others grow poorer. Next Tuesday that part of the In dian Territory about Fort Sill will be the busiest spot in all the. West ern world, when 150,000 persons will make a grab for 13,000 choice morsels of public land. Your attention is especially call ed to the business end of The Se attle Republican of this issue. The usual summer lull in business cir cles has. no terror for a live ,up-to date pepar, just what The Seattle Republican is from start to finish. As between Bryan and Hill Gov ernor Kogers has chosen Hill for his starudard bearer in 1904. Regard less of which one he chooses, it is an empty honor for Hill will come no nearer winning than did Bryan, who has twice before attempted it. "Christianity" must not be left out of the constitution of Virginia, say the voters of that state. And if it is, then no further disfranchis ing and lynching niggers go. Now, if this is not Christianity with a vengeance 'then we have no knowl edeg of the term. An Alaska parjer for some rea son, perhaps even unknown to itself, felt called upon to roast the rivers ami harbors committee, and that. I too, without knowing whether the j committee would recommend more or less ice and snow for the land of ; the midnight sun. We cannot see as there is any great amount of difference between Cecil Rhodes being a "physical wreck"' and in his being a member of King Edward's privy council. To be either must be an awful annoy ance to a strong minded man. If all the illiterate men of this country were disfranchised on that account the number of voters at the next election would be considerably smaller, than at the last, and this would be true of the North as well as the South. It serves one well to be a Handy ! man and especially if he has been convicted of crime and sentenced to I a terra in the state prison, for with I such dexterity he manages to give the penitentiary the horse laugh, the judge and jury to the contrary notwithstanding. Since the Lexow committee has been getting in its good work in Se attle it is now possible to prevent the public licensing of saloons at the parks in and about Lake Wash inton. "The mills of the gods may grind slowly, but they grind ex ceeding fine/ Unless the unexpected happens, this country will witness within the next ten days one_of the worst strug gles between capital and labor ever witnessed. Each side is thoroughly organized and determined and fatal clash between them is almost inevitable. Germany's emperor wishes to pose as a peacemaker between England and the Transvaal. It is a pleas ing proposition, we must admit, but we rather suspect that both England and the Transvaal are of the opin that Wilhelm has a joker up his sleeve and that he would use it it he got an opportunity. As we go to press, Colonel Bleth en has neither hung the Considines nor settled the great steel strike, and, by George, that's remarkable. Judge filom Scott's arrest for rape is either the scandal of the age or the most damnable piece of blackmailing that was ever attempt ed in the Xorthwest. Providing you can "sleep it off" by 1 o'clock in the night, yoxi can get home the same night and pass THE SEATTLE REPUBLICAN, SEASONABLE GOODS RT REHSONBBLE PRICES Screen Doors 90c, $1.00, $1.10 Window Screens, adjustable 35c, 45c, 50c, 60c Lav n Mowers, Villa 12in. $3.50,14 in. $3.75,16 in. $4.00 Lawn Mowers, Plaza 12 in. $4.50, 14 in. $5.00,16 in. $5.50 Ice Cream Freezers $1.60 and up Garden Hose 5c per foot and up GEO. H. WOODHOUSE CO. PHONE MAIN 944. 1409 SECOND AYE. off as having been to the lodge, which detains you to such a late hour in the night. The street car company has decided that in future the last car on all the roads will not leave the city center until 1 o'clock. Democrats all over this country seem unduly exercised over Schley's not getting a square deal. If cur rent reports be true, Mr. Schley is equally exercised lest he does get a square deal, for, if he does, he has evry reason to believe that he will no longer be connected with the United States navy. Using the heat theory to induce Eastern people to come to the Northwest is as subtle as it is silly. Everybody in the East cannot come here because the weather here is cooler in summer and warmer in winter than it is there, and it is more than likely that a majority of the people in the East are well sat isfied with their location, notwith standing either the excessive heat or cold. That Yakima woman may have been perfectly justifiable in shoot ing the man wanting to bodily in jure her husband and likewise her self, but it seems to us that a twen ty-Jive year old woman, "young and beautiful," ought to have been able to have gotten out of the way of a seventy year old man, "old and de erepid," but public sentiment is al ways with the woman, especially if she is "young and beautiful." Tf the North is not ripe for reduc ing the congressional representation from the South, then it should be. Why is it not fair for the South to have representation in congress in proportion to the number of votes that it casts? The North is relig iously held down to that point, and it is a duty that the North owes to itself for its own preservation that such is done at the next sitting of congress. DojYou Eat? Buy at PEARSOLL The PIKE ST. GROCER • Everything in the Grocery Line Fresh Fruit and Vegetables First-class Delicatessen in connection. Fresli Fish on Ice. PEARSOLL'S GROCERY — —625 Pike Street Phones Main 505 Auto 117 j-GOODJ^TCH 1 • Was the result of buying • • SPORTING GOODS i J of all kinds • 9 and descriptions at • : Going, Northrupt & Co's • • 803 First Avenue I • «se» Z • ir I • ROYAL Sewing Machine • • $25.00 and $35.00 I 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, 981 Second Aye., - SEATTLE. WASH. MISCELLANEOUS Buy a White and Be Happy '006 Second Avc. UC lICiPPy Phone Main7os JlfinlßlOß Plenty ot money I lln X IIIn to loan on dia- UIIUIUC/UU monds, watches and all kinds of jewelry and valuables __^ 514-Second Aye. D||PT|inr Does your nUI I URL truss hold you? if not, can at Guy's Drug Store Fine Fresh Fruit Always on hand at the . SAN DIEGO FRUIT CO., 415 Pike Street ALBERT HANSEN JBWEI/ER AND SILVERSMITH ..Dealer in.. Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver ware, Rich Cut Glass. Etc. E. R. Butterworth & Sons UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS Telephone Main 949 ,1430,1423 Third Avenne . SEATTLE D. B. SPELLMHN Pracrical Plumber and Oasfltter. Sanitary [ Plumbing a specialty. 2i2 Columbia St. BONNEY & STEWART UNDERTAKERS THIRD and COLUMBIA' Preparing bodies lor shipping a specialty. I All orders by telephone or telegraph promptly I attended to. Telephone Main 13. Hair Cut " AS YOU LIKE IT, STYLISH AND UP TO DATE. i Frank** Place* i 807 a Rail rrdnK 3 KiaCe I road avenue BrocKman Bros. Pike Street's Leading Grocer TIT i -%r m 3 Wants Your Trade Gor. Sixth ajid Pike SEftTTLE I "~~ "?( ";" lJ | HOUSES LQt|^[fg| lItP^COLnAN BLD nCTER HIQH I7H ATA S I Colonial Block. Second A re. and Columbia St. 'HTfTvFutDC AM! The important science lI.LLAI LYIIDvLL • of optics is not a side /^S~~ f\i\ issue with us. We fe.^3 l§si>V*i -yJ^N ll:lve most complete /p&J tmii rtp»\*?§ ; optical establishment jS^S* v JJ^feJirV, in the state, ana do ' 1 'yN*!—Jl^vfrrP' work quicker and bet- Ki^/fevtS. ■/*'""* ter here titan any •»» «*»» : :,v where else. OPTICIAN, 708 SECOND AYE. BANKS r — SAFE DEPOSIT VAULT 1 THE NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE H. C. Henry, Pres. R. E. Spencer, Cashier PEOPLE'S SAVING BANK- Second and Pike. • . . Capital '-■■:■} — - ----- ... $100,600 E. C. Neufelder, President James] R. Hayden, Manager. .1. T. Oreenleaf, Ass't Cashier Deposits received from $1 to 810,000 • 4 per em interest allowed on savings de; osits : " " THE PUGET SOOHDJIATIOHWi BANK •"■.'■■ ' >•' OF SEATTLE Capital Stock paid in ... 52 000 surplus - -- - 35.000 Jacob Forth, President; J S. Goldsmith Vice President; K. V. Ankeny, Cashier ' Correspondence in all the principal cities of the United States and Europe 1 fflOill 3111 BUNK OF SEATTLE, WASH. Capital .... ; ."-.-.-•SSS'SSg A. Chilbcr-. Prcs.; E. L. Gronduhl Ist Vice- Pres.; O. O. Bewte,2nd Vice-Pros.: AH ess • Soelberg-, Cashier. Transacts a general banking busines- .mer est paid on time and savi deposits. Drafts money orders issued on all parts cf the world. ' : Moran Bros. Company Manufacture and Sell LUMBER For All Purposes" SEATTLE - - - WASH.