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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 24 October 1903

THE OLD RELIABLE Absolutely Pure THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE BRIEF LOCAL Ml Of TODAY William Potts, of Helix, Or., is among visitors to Walla Walla today. H. E. Coston and wife of Pomeroy are visitors in Walla Walla this week. F M. Parton, a prominent Waits burg merchant, is in Walla Walla to day. W H. Thicker and wife of Eureka ar< n "he city today attending the fair. 1 ». L. Denny, well known in the eastern end of the county, is in the city today. D. A. Black, a well known Dayton :• sictent, att< □ led the races yesterday afternoon. J. G. Wolfe, | rominent in Dayton business circles, is a Walla Walla vis itor today. 1 '•'• I Small and wife of Silverton, ii the city visiting at the V- ' : Councilman Brewer in Boyer ; l ••' Mrs. Small is a sister of Brewer. Miss Adora Brewer, • Well, the Fair Is Over : * md at least a few thousand more good folk now better understand why • * bere at home are so proud of Walla Walla. Q A CROM now on you are apt to hear more or less from us on cook s...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 24 October 1903

NEW YORK FASHION LETTER i . • IJV MAUDE GIIIFFIIS. * New York, Oct. 2 4—The observer of women and fashions wiil have no ticed thai black gowns are taking a ■Memos* place on the list of ultra snarl toilettes again. While it has never disappeared from the up-to date wardrobe entirely, it has been neglected to fome extent by women ■whose figures would not permit it. Of courc among the stout sister hood black will always be the piece de resistance of fashions, for nothing co effectively offsets the result of na ture's generosity and which is very necessary when slenderness and grace are the most important ele ments in the fashion of the realm. A fashionable modiste who is as generous in her advice as she is clever with her needle, advises that Where only one black gown can be bad to make it an evening frock. Aside from the fact that it can be re touched often during the season and ißsuie to appear as two or three dif ferent toilettes, it can be guimped ■with a bit of handsome lace or em...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 24 October 1903

L of the United States marine corps. He wa s re ader of President Roosevelt, because of a disrespectful • recently addressed to the navy department. Th e incident famous as "the man who "sassed' the navy depart- EDITORS ASK DAMAGES. § Sa> They Were Faisiiy Accused of' Printing Libel. I■ (l D «r in g the course of j i I thi rhursiay of Charles i E '\' ' tsush Livermore, pub-' I • itor of the Baker City! . ii a second charge of pub-i matter, a sensation. I was the defendants in the' of an action for dam-| set up as a cause that they were indicted; the -ran,! jury in Baker j ary 24, 1903, and they! I and placed in jail for j bond to the amount of j ' • tria] came up in Un-1 nt . v October 8. and that the jury J • ' hat.through the action j laining witness in the case! i Wallace Travillion and I jf BUSINESS I j :* Men buy goods with the intention fv E soiling them at a profit. They '^tj tsire to get the goods off their Vf £ shelves as speedily as possible in Iler to avoid loss of inv...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 24 October 1903

WILL attend to all business promptly, and endeavor to please customers in every reasonable way. Call and see us. J. L. ELAM. BED ROOM SUITES New designs at prices to satisfy your pocketbook. ENAMELED BEDS in colors. Some trim med in brass. : : : DRESSERS They're worth coming to see. : : : : : ESDERTS DOUBLE STORES Corner Fifth and Main. They Look Like 30c, But they are only 15c We are talking about our new lot of Tooth Brushes which we have purchased at a great bar gain. Twelve different kinds at 15c each. Come and take your choice whiie they last. L L TALLMAN Corner Second and Main Sts Telephone Main 96. Another Escaped on Forged Pardon. San Francisco, Oct. 24.—The dis covery has been made that Convict Ralph Williams escaped from the Al catraz prison by means of a forged pardon. This is the fifth escape of tnat sort. The last was only discov ered by (becking up the pardons is sued at Washington. The pardons were so cleverly forged that the local could not tell the bona fide pardons...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 26 October 1903

THE EVENING STATESMAN. VOLUME 30. LAND LAW CHANGES Advocated by Pres. Irrigation Assn. INTERVIEW WITH ROOSEVELT It Is Proposed to Repeal Desert Land Act and Commutation Home stead Law. Washington, Oct. 26.—C. B. Booth, chairman of the National Irrigation association had a long talk with the pr< sident this morning. He wants the repeal of the desert land act and the commutation homestead act. He says he has many proofs of frauds' perpe trated through these laws and that are a detriment to actual home steaders. The president promised to look into the matter. Arabs Rebel Against Turkey. London, Oct. 26. —A dispatch from Constantinople states that the pasha, tbe military commandant and the gov ernor of the province of Azir on the coast of Arabia were killed in a revolt of two Arab tribes against the cattle tax. A thousand Turkish troops are S reported to have been killed and the remainder routed. Fresh troops under Hadj Pasha have been dispatched to the scene. Lake Steamer Goes to Bo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 26 October 1903

•I 2 • I 1 To the Public | !| — I • ♦ The management of the new "Sorosis" ♦ $ • 2 shoe store intended having a Grand 2 • 5 J Opening on or about Nov. Ist.--but owing J • ♦to the fact that some of our goods have ♦ # • 2 been delayed in the factories and some in ♦ • 5 2 transit--we deem it better to postpone the + • 2 Grand Opening until later on. We have, 2 • • I however, some very nice goods, just in. ♦ • • 2 The Sorosis shoe is the VERY LATEST in | J • i style and finish. Our gents shoes are also 2 • J x the latest. When our goods are all in we J J 0 ♦ will have the best stock and the latest styles t $ • 2 the Northwest. Our prices will be as low in ♦ 0 J 2 as is compatible with good goods. We ask 4 • 9 f the people of Walla Walla and vicinity to J • • ♦ come in and look over our stock. We will t • J ♦ be pleased to show goods at all times. ♦ J J 2 Yours sincerely, | * • | E. J, McKittricfc. § • 2 ♦ • • ♦ N. 8.--Mail orders will be made a ♦ 9 J * specialty. ♦ J 52 2 • • ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 26 October 1903

I I The Largest Selling I I Brand of Cigars / > **5r\NQ fV I \ GHG4T SHOCK TO DELANO Liabilities of Ignatius Gutzweiler Who Died Last Spring, Estimat ed at $90,000. Minn., Oct. 26.—Citizens of CXjelano have had a painful surprise re garding condition of the estate of [gnai re Gutzweiler, who had long resident of the coun had been trusted and all his life. He died in St. Paul everal months ago, shortly af ning from Hot Springs, had undergone a course of At that time he was sup be a very wealthy man, his ag rated from $100,000 to ? ' He left a will which gave rtj largely to various char an i ag the number being a home for cripples at Delano. last week has clearly shown " !> planned by Mr. Guntz eiter will not be built, at least not t, and many aged people who •rusted him with their all will turn for their hard-earned h in many cases repre avlngs of years, only a * ew •' r >n the dollar. ler was a former regis :' Wright county, bay- > T office in the seventies, the register...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 26 October 1903

Tlie Evening Statesman Published by THE STATESMAN PUBLISHING CO Office No. 9, Third St, Near Main. Telephone Main 123. One year (delivered by mail)... in advance Bix months „ One month by carrier JJ One week by carrier Subscribers who do not get their papers will favor us by reporting at the office. The complete telegraphic news ser vice printed in these columns daily is furnished by SCRIPPS-M'RAE. and is by far the best report pub lished in Walla Walla. CITY OFFICIAL PAPER NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. Copy of change of advertisement must be delivered to the business of fice by the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. to Insure Insertion In the issue of even date. WEATHER. Tonight and Tuesday fair. MONTANA'S CRISIS. Because Judge Clancy decided that the Minnie Healy mine belongs to Heinze, the Amalgamated Copper Trust has shut down all its mines and tmelters in Montana and Wyoming in an attempt to intimidate the supreme court of the former State, to which an appeal will be taken. Whatever may be the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 26 October 1903

BRIEF LOGftL NEWS OF TODAY Dr. J. V. Steele of Waitsburg i s a i Walla visitor today. 0. L. Denny of Waitsburg, is among [tors in tbe city today. G. W. Vaughan is a Walla Walla itor today from lone, Or. mas Cavanaugh and wife of Mil are among Walla Walla visitors today. Albert Ricardo, editor of the Dayton r-Press, was in the city Sat urday and Sunday. Charles H. O'Neill, editor of the ott Spectator, w r ho attended the Saturday, returned home yes terday morning. Charles L. Holt, one of Waitsburg's prominent, business men, is in the city today on business. C. C. Newcomb, a prominent Walla a county pioneer and farmer, is hi the city from Seattle, where he is residing at present. Miss Lulu Madland, who has been visiting Miss May Cunningham, has returned to her home in Seattle, ac companied by Miss Cunningham. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Nelßon, who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Guy •_ for several days, left for their in Centralia last night. Mrs. Bessie Gilkey, nee Honeywell, returned to her...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 26 October 1903

NEW YORK CHATTER Desperate Effort lo Down the Tiger H.)i)KLV\ DEBimTS DIVIDED The Public Has Lost Faith in J. Pier pont Morgan—Shipping Trust a Frost. York, Oct. 20 —Mention has V*n made in this correspondence be- Sore of the large sums that fusionists Bpend in advertising their candidates in + he municipal campaign, but noth ing unique has been seen in thit> before as the sign of the Order mn \corns at the corner of Broadway toad Prince streets. Upon the sign &Te written the words "Stand Pat" I 3 large as to be distinguishable two I ocka away. Naturally one is at tracted by the display and a closer Investigation shows an immense tiger represent in sr Tammany Hall. The beast is caged and hung inside the enclosure is a sign painted with the Question "Will you let him out?" To s variety to this exhibition every h minutes vaudeville singers come out and sins songs and crack fokes bearing upon the corruption of Tammany Hall. The tiger, by the •ray, is called Charley Croker and ■o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 26 October 1903

IS A PROPHET OF PROSPERITY Edward H. Harriman Predicts Contin ued Good Times and Favorable Business Conditions. Chicago, Oct. 20. —"I am convinced that financial values are fast-sinking t 0 their level i that the operations of the future will not be so hysterical as they have been in the past." Such the w<>rd.-- of Edward H. Harri- D □ ask 1 what he thought of th< business future of the country. Mr. Harriman added, with a smile, be did not know anything about Wall street and its fits of hysteria or an lancholia and did not care to be come initiated. In general, however, the president of the Southern Pacific declared his faith in continued pros perity. Regarding this he said: The last five years have been a period of extraordinary preparation un the part of toe railroads. During tl at time nearly every railroad sys tem of Importance in the United States been rebuilt o" a generous plan, Rill provide the transportation - country for many years to i• c This has been accomplishe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 26 October 1903

i J L.ELAMS || WILL attend to all business promptly, and endeavor t» please customers in every reasonable way. Call and see us. J. L. ELAM. BED ROOM SUITES New designs at prices to satisfy your pocketbook. ENAMELED BEDS in colors. Some trim med in brass. : : : DRESSERS They're worth coming to see. : : : : : ESDERTS DOUBLE STORES Coriu-r Fifth and Main. They Look Like 30c, But are only 15c We are talking about our new Sot of Tooth Brushes which we have purchased at a great bar gain. Twelve different kinds at 15c each. Come and take your choice while they last. L L. TALLMAN Corner Second and Main Sts Telephone Main 96. The weather is comfortable now, but ten days from now may tell a different story. Better not take chances. Order your winter clothing of Schubert, THE TAILOR THINKS ROAD A GO 0. R. & N. Cut-off It Is Believed Will Be Built. OPINION OF ATTORNEY ORMSBEE Would Place Dayton and Waitsburg on Main Line—Matter Placed Be fore President Mohler. That Dayton and Waitsburg have...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 27 October 1903

THE EVENING STATESMAN. VOLUME 30. THE WORLD'S ARMIES Reports Submitted by Military Attaches RUSSIA'S STRENGTH IS GREAT Japans Army Is Comparatively In significant —Germany and France Equal. Washington, Oct. 27.—The war de partment today made public the re ports of the military attaches at for eign capitols, dealing with the mili tary strength of the world powers. The reports from Russia and Japan a-'' most interesting. Russia's budget has increased $3,500,000 in approxi ? res. Russia's peace strength Is 1,000,000 men. Her war strength is \ ~ < ■ men. Japan's peace force is less than 200,000 men. Germany's ;-• enl strength is 500,000, and Fran • nearly equal. Austria has 0,000. Switzerland has .y the same, which she can in- Btant with thoroughly well dr<;:<Hi nun. The Britain standing army, exclusive of India is 200,000. There are 75,000 m India with 500,000 mi la. Spain has $120,000 regulars. Bra;-.:! has lu.OOO. , The President's Birthday. a, Oct. 27 —For the third ftftie ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 27 October 1903

mm V x • s • • ♦ 1 5 I To the Public [ •\ \ • 5♦ i S • ♦ The management of the new "Sorosis" ♦ 6 • 1 shoe store intended having a Grand 1 J S t Opening* on or about Nov. lst.—but owing \ • ♦to the fact that some of our goods have ♦ O • ♦ been delayed in the factories and some in ♦ • 2 t transit—we deem it better to postpone the I q • } Grand Opening until later on. We have, + • • ♦ however, some very nice goods, just in. ♦ • { ♦ The Sorosis shoe is the VERY LATEST in ♦ J • * style and finish. Our gents shoes are also ♦ $ J i the latest. When our goods are all in we J J 0 ♦ will have the best stock and the latest styles ♦ $ • ♦ in the Northwest. Our prices will be as low ♦ # J t as is compatible with good goods. We ask * • J the people of Walla Walla and vicinity to X 9 • t come in and look over our stock. We will ♦ • 2 I be pleased to show goods at all times. ♦ J • j Yours sincerely, | % • j E. J. McKittricfc. j • t ♦ 0 • 4 N. 8.--Mail orders will be made a ♦ q J ♦ specialty. / ♦ | ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 27 October 1903

CAPITALISTS MARE $75,000,000 The Rockefeller Crowd Manipulates the Amalgamated Copper Stock. Sew York. Oct. 27. —Seventy-five" [ion dollars was Wall Street's esti • today of the profits made by a in group of capitalists as a result recent manipulation of Amalga ted Copper stock. These men, ?aid in Wall street to be the Rockefel | - group of millionaires associated in the National City bank have expended most of their profits, it is believed, in buying the capital stock of the Amal gamated Copper company. Heavy buying of stock by Insiders the mines of the company in Montana were closed has caused Wall street to pay attention to charges made by F. August Heinze. Mr. Heinze said the mines were closed to enable the directors to cover short contracts in the sto« k. It is known that there has in en no outside trading in the stock, and the only possible buyers are Insiders. Short Contracts Above Par. Bui while Wall street knows the rii ; is by insiders, it is not agreed al -hort contracts ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 27 October 1903

The Evening Statesman Published by THE STATESMAN PUBLISHING CO Office No. 9, Third St., Near Main. Telephone Main 123. One year (delivered by mail)... In advance * 3 g() fllx months fi _ Cmc month by carrier •» One week by carrier Subscribers who do not get their papers will favor us by reporting at the office. _ The complete telegraphic news ser- Tlce printed in these columns daily is furnished by SCRIPPS-M'RAE. and 1« by far the best report pub nVhed in Walla Walla. CITY OFFICIAL PAPER NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. Copy of change of advertisement must be delivered to the business of fice by the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. to Insure insertion in the issue of even date. TO HOLD THE FORT. It is remarkable bow indifferent the citizens of Walla Walla appear to be to the recommendation of General Fred Funston. commander of the de partment of the Columbia, that Fort Walla Walla be abandoned. A few years ago such a suggestion would have aroused a storm of protest as a menace to the prosperity of th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 27 October 1903

Absolutely Pure THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE BRIEF LOCH NEWS Of INT Contractor E. R. Parks is erecting an orchestra gallery in the banquet hail at the Odd Fellows' hall in West Main street. In the superior court yesterday af oon Dr. M. A. Nelms was awarded a judgment against Mr. and Mrs. J. \V. Toe, in the sum of $279 and costs of $17.50. Invitations were issued yesterday for a Halo'een party to be given by N ircissa Rebekah lodge on the even ing <>'.' October 30 at Odd Fellows' hall in West Main street. The \V. C. T. U. will meet at the homo of Mrs. Bodwell, 543 Washington street, on Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Business of importance will come before the meeting. Leonard & Baxter yesterday sold the Hudson property at 716 East Alder to Mrs. Mary MrLain of Wail irq for $1250 and the Miller rtj west of the O. R. & N. depot to J. W. Hardwick. Harve Bryant of Kalispel, Mont., is city for a few days visiting his mot i n Howard street. Mr. Bryant is ci | in the contracting...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 27 October 1903

)\\W TITLES ARE IP 111 THE AIR Land Department Interprets the Word "Speculation" In Timber and Stone Law. Escanaba, Mich., Oct. 27— Much in terest has been caused in the upper peninsula by the announcement that the general land office has given a new Interpretation 10 the word "specula tion" in the timber and stone act that affects practically every entry of land under the law in Michigan, in common with other timbered sections, as well as the great bulk of filings made in the past. It is held that any one who takes up a piece of timbered land expecting at some future time to sell it at a prof it is a "speculator" within the meaning of the act and is not qualified to pur chase the tract entered upon. The only persons permitted to pur chase under the new ruling are those who will swear that they have land in the vicinity of the tract sought to be bought from the government, and that they desire the timber for person al uses. The act has been in effect for twen ty-live years during wh...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 27 October 1903

THE NOVEMBER CENTURY. . member number of The Cen b opens Volume LXVII., ccl i' event by a new cover and by a variety of colored ..... tiich include among the sub- Tropical Sunsets, wild animals, [talian gardens. Edmund Clarence Stedman contrib the opening article on the New forfc st ock exchange, entitled "Life On the Floor."" As a veteran and re-' p%d broker Mr. Stedmail brings to jS?s subject a personal knowledge, -which is admirably supplemented by Lis trained literary style. The article makes a unique appeal to the inter est of the lay reader, as well as to that of all men engaged in business with the exchanges. The paper is illustrated in a lively way by Blumen schein and Bacher. Of the color work four pictures are by Maxfield Farrish. accompanying the first article of Edith Wharton's series en -Italian Villas and Their Gardens," a project upon which the aaihor and the artist, were engaged la.-; winter in Italy. Mrs. Wharton's special tonic is Florentine Villas, and there is an...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 27 October 1903

BED ROOM SUITES New designs at prices to satisfy your pocketbook. ENAMELED BEDS ii colors. Some trim med in brass. : : : DRESSERS They're worth coming to see. : : : : : ESDERTS DOUBLE STORES Corner Fifth and Main. They Look Like 30c, But tne y are on 'y 15c We are talking about our new Sot of Tooth Brushes which we have purchased at a great bar gain. Twelve different kinds at 15c each. Come and take /our choice while they last. L L. TALLMAN Corner Second and Main Sts Telephone Main 96. WOMEN RIDE IN AIRSHIP. American Society Leaders in Paris Call It a Nerve Tonic. Paris. Oct. 27.—Mrs. Hobart Chat tfceld-Taylor of Chicago, with her Erißmd, Mrs. Frank Jay Mackay, for merly of Chicago and now a leading amber of the American set in Lon 9mm society, had the honor of being The weather is comfortable now, but ten days from now may tell a different story. Better not take chances. Order your winter clothing of Schubert, THE TAILOR WE ARE INCREASING OUR STOCK OF LUMBER IN ANTICIPATION OF AN U...

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