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FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1905.
SHAKESPEARIAN WOODING. Ex-Senator John Wooding, at the Shakes peare banquet the other night, told how they came to change the name of "Slaugh ter" to "Auburn." An old lady, a "Tender foot," on the train, was struggling with the name "Puyallup" when the conductor called out names which instead of puzzling her, had a frightening effect, "Derringer" Fare Free to Fair Here is an opportunity for a large number of young girls and boys, and any others as well, who de sire to visit the Lewis and Clark Exposition at Portland without having to pay either your railroad fare, your lodging or your admission to the grounds. How can I? Easy enough. Rustle a few new subscribers for The Seattle Republican and we will do the rest, and you yourself can go. SPOKANE OFFER For every person sending The Seattle Republican from Spokane or that vicinity twenty-five (25) new subscribers cash in advance each, .$2 per year, $50, a ticket to Portland and return will be given them. Also one day's board and lodging in Portland and gate admission to the Fair, including a one day's stop-over in Seattle. YAKIMA AND KITTITAS. Every one living in Yakima or Kittitas counties sending The Seattle Republican twenty (20) new yearly subscribers at $2 per year—s4o.oo—a round trip ticket, one day's board and lodging in Port land, admission to the Exposition grounds and a day's stop-over in Seattle will be given them. SEATTLE and TACOMA Persons living in either Seattle or Tacoma or their immediate vicinities, who will send The Seattle Republican fifteen (15) new yearly subscribers a ticket to Portland and return, a day's board and lodg ing and two admissions to the Exposition grounds will be given them. THIS IS AN OPEN CONTEST For all who wish to take advantage of this most liberal offer address all communications to THE SEATTLE REPUBLICAN 214 Columbia, St., Seattle, Wash. THE SEATTLE REPUBLICAN just caused her to start, but "Stuck" Avas a shock, and when "-Slaughter" was shouted fro mthe fog-horn throat of the con. she fainted. John has been so long in polities that no one questions the truth of his stories and statements. Our new United States senator, Sam Piles, is mad and threatens to resign his scat in the senate, because he has been severely criti cised in Seattle for appearing as attorney for local packing houses. Sammy, yon are too sensitive. —Walla Walla Record. Lillian Russell takes three baths a <l;iy. "I believe in bathing every time after pers piration," says Miss Russell. When tightly packed in ;i Seattle street ear somehow one wishes that there were more who shared Miss Russell's belief in the efficacy of the bath tub.