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The Seattle Republican
Establiahed May, 1894.
OFFICE 714 THIRD AVENUE.
H. R. Cayton.'.' Editoi
Susie Revels Cayton Associat(
SUBSCRIPTION RATES.
One Tear 12 n
Six Months 10
Three Months ...Ill" 'i
Bona Fide Circulation 2,50
. Jy T apfr In the Northwest Success
fully Edited by a Negro.
A Whole Page or Legal Notices.
Always Regular, Readable, Rellabl*
Republican.
Advertising Rates Furnished upon ApplJ
cation.
It Carries No Saloon Advertisement!
Entered at the. Postofflce at Seattle a
Second-class Mall Matter.
England seems to be troubled wit!
municipal scandals just the same as i
the United States, and, like the Unite<
States, the telephone scandals seen
to predominate.
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The distant hum of the cooing poii
tician can now be faintly heard in. an.
about Seattle by the ward poli
ticians, who always manage to seen
the "dough" from afar.
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Roosevelt may not be able to ru;
congress to his liking, but congress
can assure itself in the very outse
that it will not run Roosevelt, unles:
it be for a second presidential term
It pays to advertise in The Seatth
Republican, and if you do not believ<
it give it a month's trial and you wil
be convinced of the fact that what is
here said is the truth, the whole trutl
and nothing but the truth, so help Th<
Seattle Republican.
Germany is not pleased with tlu
president's message. No more coulc
be expected frim Germany, for she is
not only displeased with the presi
dent's message, but she is likewise
displeased with the United States gov
eminent in general.
The Davenport Tribune is of th(
opinion that John L. Wilson still holds
a strong hand in the federal deal o
this state, which must be true, as
Charley Hopkins has not yet been ap
pointed United States marshal nor D
B. Crocker customs collector.
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It is learned from Kansas that th«
Smasher's Mail has ceased to do bus!
ness since its editress, Mrs. Nation
has been granted a divorce from hei
LSband. Wonder if the business man
ager has beclouded her thinking fac
ulties?
Congress has begun a war of exter
mination on anarchists, and, if it sue
; ceeds in passing the measures thai
have already been introduced therein
there will not be an anarchist left *•:
tell the tale in less than twelve
months from now.
p Granted that the Seattle Gas anc
Electric Company has more busines;
than it can take care of at present
we predict under its present manage
ment there will come a time some daj
when it will wonder what. the Sarr
Hill has become of all its gas con
. sumers. !*"-
J. G. Green, a murderer, was hun{
in .Stevens county last Friday, anc
among his last words he admonishec
his hearers to "give up their evil way;
and live Christian lives." It was liki
a voice from the dead, but we hope
the 100 spectators that were presen:
will take timely warning.
The new treaty between Englam
and the United States, touching th<
building of the Nicaragua canal, h*;
met with unanimous favor before th' ;
congressional committee,. and it is
hoped that the measure will be passec
by both houses before they adjourr
for the Christmas holidays, or as soor
thereafter as it be possible.
Senators Heitfield and Duboise n
Idaho have both announced them
selves Democrats in politics for th>:
future. The latter was, at one time s
radical Republican, while the forme;
was a rabid Populist. Truly can th
Republican party say in this instanc
that it is a good riddance of bad rub
bish.
Why not grant Mrs. Benjamin Har
rison a pension? It would be no mor«
out of place than have been the grant
Ing of a good many other pensions ir
this country, and while Mrs. Harrisoi;
was not the wife of a president at the
time of his death, she was the wife
of an ex-president, and that ought tc
be quite a strong trump in her favor.
R During the past month Presideni
oosevelt seems to have been over
whelmed with free advice sent to hhr
as to how to manage the affairs o]
state, and he has declared every par
tide of it bad advice. Rather strangf
that there was not some good advit<
amid such a shower of it, Mr. Presi
dent, but we guess you know.
Rev. Thos. B. Furgeson has been ap
pointed governor of Oklahoma terrl
tory, vice William M. Jenkins, re
moved for being connected with an in
stitution that had for its object thf
fleecing of the territory out of a va&i
sum of money. Mr. Jenkins was cvi
dently too smart, but it is said Rev
Furgeson is not smart enough.
(irgeson is not smart enough.
Your friend in the East would ap
preciate a copy of The Seattle Repub
lican mailed to his or her address foi
one years as a Christmas present, and
if you would do so, it would be like
receiving a letter from you each week.
Permit us to suggest to you that yoii
pay for a year's subscription to this
paper for your friend in the East
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The right-of-way for the Lake Wash
ington canal is still much beclouded,
and so much so that the United States
government will not accept the title
in its present condition. It is hoped
by the friends of the canal to have the
title comdpletely cleared up before
spring, that the work can be pushed
to a finish as soon thereafter as pos-
An Everett paper thinks that the
Fifty-seventh congress will be a two
billion congress instead of the usual
billion congress that has been heard
so much of and about in past cam
paigns. Perhaps so, neighbor, but if
it be a one billion or a two billion
dollar congress, the government Is
quite able to pay for it and it will
come pretty nearly doing it.
Editor Harvey W. Scott, of the Port-
J land Oregonian, is tired of fighting
i other men's senatorial battles and pro
poses to shy his castor into the battle
of the next senatorial contest in that
state. It strikes The Republican that
Mr. Scott has altogether too many
Populistic tendencies to ever be elect
ed United States senator by Republi
can legislators.
That was a most excellent cut of
John W. Pratt in a local paper last
Saturday, the write-up was germain
to the subject and the subject was
doubtless a twenty-five-dollar check
from Mr. Pratt to the newspaper man.
but Mr. Pratt is quite able to give
such checks, as he is already drawing
$250 per month from the city and
hopes to be drawing as much more
by this time next year.
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A political duel is to be fought be
tween Henry Waterson and Robert .1.
Breckinridge of Kentucky for the
gubernatorial chair of that state.
Both of these men are blatant
mouthed Democrats, and we trust that
the duel will not be confined to poli
tics, but will include pistols as well,
and that every Democrat in the state
will take an active part on one side or
the other.
A bill has been introduced in con
gress with a view of pensioning Mrs.
McKinley. Of course she does no:
need it, but it has been done for the
wives of all other presidents who
| were killed in office, and no exception
j should be made in Mrs. McKinley rs
! case simply because she had enough
money left her by her husband to live
on without being in immediate want:
but was not the same true of the
others?
Spokane and Seattle, according to
the Walla Walla Argus, are on the
high road to respectability, owing to
the fact that these cities are making
hard fights against being overrun with
cutthroats and murderers. If the
Argus will make as hard fights along
this line as has The Seattle Republi
can, it will not be many months be
fore Walla Walla, like Seattle and
Spokane, will be traveling the same
The notebook of the state of Wasn
ington recently issued by Secretary
Sam H. Nichols, of the industries of
this state as well as her vast re
sources, is a most commendable com
pilation and is deserving of more than
a passing consideration. It is neatly
gotten up, carefully compiled, and will
prove a most excellent reference hand
book for persons interested in th
state of Washington for the next dec
ade or more.
Congressman Crumpacker has take
the initiative in introducing a bill i
j congress for the reduction of the num
ber of representatives from the South
which bill we trust every Republican
congressman will heartily support
IWe believe that both Congressmei
j Jones and Cushman of the Evergreen
state will be found among its mos
ardent champions, for no measure wil
be introduced in the Fifty-seventh
congress that will be more deserving
of unanimous passage than this.
Tacoma is much elated over the in
troduction of a bill in both houses of
I congress for the erection of an $800.
000 public building in that city
| Should the bill become a law and that
amount of money expended, it will be
more than has been expended on any
other building in that city in its his-
I tory, and the only service that it pos
sibly can be to Tacomaites will be for
a storage room, for Tacoma will not
| do enough public business in the next
half a century, at the rate she is going
now, to occupy such a building.
If all the police and policemen of
this country who accept bribes to see
and yet not see while in the perform
ance of their official duties were sent
to state prison for the same, there
would be a great thinning out of the
bluecoats on the various forces as
well as an overcrowding at the state
prisons. It seems perfectly natural
for a policeman to accept a bribe
I when he feels absolutely confident
J that he will not get detected in tho
same.
It is rather remarkable that Mrs.
Larkins, the mother of William Sea
ton, the man condemned to be hanged
in this city the first of January, should
now be collecting money for the burial
of "her boy." Ever since he has been
convicted some member of the family
has been collecting money for his de
fense, and now that there is no more
need of collecting money for the de
fense, they start out to collect money
for his burial. If they are not work
ing that collecting business to a
queen's taste at the expense of the
unfortunate young man, it would so
appear on its face.
St. J^mes Baths, 114 Second ave
nue south.
Wateh^an£Wait
The Last of the Old Year
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Tuesday Evening, Dec. 24
1901
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THE SEATTLE REPUBLICAN.
BANKS -.
SAFE DEPOSIT VAULT
THE NATIONAL BANK OF
COMMERCE
H. C. Heney, Pres. R. R. Spkncke, Cashier
PEOPLE'S SAVING BflflK
Second and Pike.
Capital ----..--.-- - . 100,000
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E. C. Neufelder, President
Jarnesl R. Hayden, Manager.
.1. T. Greenleat, Ass't Cashie
Deposits received from $1 to $10,000 ; 4 per
ent interest-allowed on savings deposits
THE PUGET SOUND NfITIONJm BANK
OP SEATTLE
Sur itliiß StOCk Paid in "" " 5000
Jacob Furth, President; J S. Goldsmith Vi>p-
President; K. V. Ankeny, Cashier '
Correspondence in all the principal cities of the
United States and Europe
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OF SEATTLE, WASH.
Capital . . . ~ . timiwi
DEPOSITS . „ : ; .v.-$,
A. Chilberg, Pres.; E. L. Grondahl, Ist Vioe-
Pres.; O. O. Searle,2nd Vice-Pres.; AH
Soelberg, Cashier.
Transacts a general banking busines..
est paid on time and saviugs deposits Drafts,
mor,ev orders issued on all oarts of the world '
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Escrows
We Pay Special
Attention to
Escrows
NORTHWESTERN TRUST !
fINDWF. DEPOSIT 60.
90-94 Columbia Street
(Below First Aye.)
R. SHORROCK Manager
ALEX. MYERS.;. '.Z'.'Z'.TreasuTe
FIRST NATIONAL. bank of \
seattle, WASH.
Paid up capital $150 000
JAMES D. HOGE. Jr., President.
MAURICE M'MICKEN Vice Presi^iu^'
H. F. PAKKHURST, Asst. Cashier.
A general banking business transacted.
Letters of credit sold on all principal
cities of the world. Special facilities for
collecting on British Columbia, Alaska
and all l'acilic Northwest points.
We have a bank at Cape Nome.
iICITY CLUB
Headquarters for Railroad
I Porters and for Railroad
Porters and Hotel Wait
ers. Up-to-date Cafe
in Connection.
114 SECOND AYE., SO.
(14 secomTave., so.
Rear, Under St. James Hotel.
I arence Estelle " . Richard Swope
DEPOT TONSQRIAL PAfILORS
Tmler new management. Clias.
ETOHSORIIII. PARLORS
mler new management. C'lias.
Ayers, Prop. Kd North always
011 deck. A cordial welcome to all.
Rail Road five, between Columbia and Yesle
111 I Dry wood and kindling deliv
l/|l f\£\r% ered to your house. Lloyd &
II 111 ■ Pliillips. 1307 Seventh avenue.
■■ VfVV« Telephone Green 1&16.
T ■ For the community. Awnings
I Allm in abundance. Canvas goods
1171 II S of all kinds- Fe»itz & ro., 117
■ ■ ■ »»w YeslerWay. Phone Main 219
Jl For the community. Awnings
Anf a in abundance. Canvaseoods
nil IN of all kinds. Felitz & r O ., 117
V/IIVV^ YeslerWay. Phone Main2l9
OX II Crayon and Pastelle work
XTI Ift I A done and taught. John No
0L U U 111 gf.efter 1327 Second avenue
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f\ i "..-- Help iurnished for din
-1 QT^r l/>lf* ncr Parties and puolic
VJ (1 I|J I 111 receptions. Joh nT. Gay
%/<-VVI V/ I ton.stewart Rainier club
|/ | I Of the latest and best
KAflOl/O makes. Photogarphsup
iXUUtlKS plies- Washington Den
iWUUiW tal Co , Seattle? Wash.
|~" Walker Portrait and
r rorn^o Picture co. 1424 Third
1 IrilSlljN aye - f rames made to
■ 1 UIMVU suit you. Agts. wanted.
"T* I Flour and fe ed bought
I POnQPO andsuid. Tiyiheuiior
I ! OlJnl N KOod goods. A. Dillon
I IUUVI U & Co., Seattle. Wash.
f\ 111 Shoes half soled while
Uobfa er y.ou waU- Golden rule
\J UliUI t/ I observed H. Craw
vv X/ MI V I ford. 1412 Third avenue*
r\ * for inv'stm't and im
f< ! ICinQOC provement. Ger. Am.
lilJOll Ili^N Inv'stmnt Co. 813 3d
L/U(Jli i\J\J\J aye. Phone Main 1000.
11 / I __ | ■ Wheeler & Wilson
IVI CJrhinAC and Domestic. H.
11l CL\J 111 m.S Hansen. 215Colum
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A II i Root, Palmer and
II PriD\/O Brown lawyersand
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Stationery §111
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iflOfl bO Maafn kes^ Pike Ph™
{* AffA At> T eas> SP'ces, Baking Pow-
UUlluud ni TS Butter E^ and
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UrrlHAllf «Get $10000 accident
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f\nf\ f\ n Bakln Powders, pur-
Ul uduull b25 and best- -se
Ul DdUOllbaYtre e p r ho ad S u^ em- Se"
nciiuWuiu i»n,a s s and
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The easiest way is to buy your
Drugs
Perfumery
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• Fine Teas, HiQh Grade Coffees, •]
I Spices, Extracts, Baking •
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Fancy Millinery, Indies' Tailor
made Suits, Cloaks, Skirts, Fancy!
French Flannel and Silk Waists,
Fur Jackets, Capes Collarettes.
We always sell the best goods at j
the lowest prices.
M. D. PEfISE-JOHNSON GO.
1109 Second Aye., Seattle
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BEST INVESTMENT
EVER OFFERED
Is That of the Inter-State Fisheries
Co. Incorporated Under the
Laws of the State of Wash
ington. Capital Stock
$650,000.
Diveded into 650,000 shares of #1.00 each; fully paid
and non-assessable.
For a Few Days Only Shares Can be Had at Ten Cents per Share.
Our New York Office, located at 45 Broadway, ad
vises us that by the first day of January every share of
stock at that date unsold will go like hot cakes at twenty
five cents per share, hence we will not be responsible to you
if you come in late and find the stock advanced
Unprecedented has been the sale of this stock and we
want all the western investors we can and not let too much
go to the eastern speculator.
Out of 650,000 Shares 550,000 Are Being Sold
So you see we are not afraid of our stockholders get-!
ting the management into their hands if we do not handle
it at a profit.
Every Reader of This Paper Certainly is Fully Posted
On the merits of the Salmon Cannery Business and
as the world has to come to the Pacific Coast for its pro
duct you know the results of an investment of this nature.
Dont delay, but write or call at once on this Company
tor your part of its stock.
Look at the List of Officers
Men who are today all holding positions of trust and de
cide for yourself; W. A. Carle, President, of Fredericks
Nelson; W. F. Nelson, Vice-President, of Neson & White
Railroad Contractors; R. Hal Young, Secretary, Deputy
County Clerk; Jacob Haas, Treasurer, Proprietor of Com
otFi;hGceoo:a Casedy 'General Manag-Form-
INTER-STATE FISHERIES CO.
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