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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 18 December 1903

VOLUME XXX. FIRE CAUSES A PANIC IN A TALL BUILDING f CJ r Dressmakers Jump From the Fifty Story and Three Are Fatally Hurt. DAYTON, 0., Dec. 18. —Four women ye<i at dressmaking in the Canby build rig were panic-stricken by a fire morning and jumped from the tory. Minnie Troxell, the two sisters, and Mrs. Frank ivere probably fatally Injured, i Reeder, the elevator man, be xcited and losing control of his l live floors arid was fatally Jjurt. .Si. i Saunders fell three stories from L wfire escape and was seriously injur \M Ml could have escaped easily as fire was confined to stores in the Smoke filling the building caused the panic. STREET CARS t A fellow remarked the other r ;!:t out loud "street cars | in Walla Walla." Now another alarm like that young man : . to the work house you go \ f ( . ten days, understand? If he said "the streets need pav the Toggery for Swell \ Togs oi- some other short truth \ | ' saying we would have for ; j• m him. Swell Togs at the > is no bubble...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 18 December 1903

AFTER MEAT TRUST lowa Farmers are Up in Arms Against Packers. DECLARE THEY HAVE LOST MILLIONS Alleged That Heads of Four Chicago Packing Concerns Fix the Price of Live Stock. DES MOINES, I<»wa, Dec IS.—At the annual meeting of the executive committee of the stale grange, which has a membership of 1000 farmers, the war against the meat trust was enthu siastically indorsee:, and it was decid ed in co-operate with the independent packing company, which is being pro moted by the officers of the National Live-Stock associate >n. A. B. Judson, <>f Hillsdale, master of The grange, in his annual address, de clared that the foar representatives of the big packing houses of Chicago, meet every afternoon and fix tlie yuice r.f live stock, as well as dressed meat, regardless of the law of supply uf de mand. He produced statistics which ha«l been furnished hy the secretary of the state agricultural society to show that the meit trust has beaten the farmers «>ut id' $100,000,000 wi...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 18 December 1903

(remo The harms rMHHMI: » • NEWS FROM THE FLAT. cial to the Statesman: EUREKA, Dec 18.—Claude Harris sold his ranch in the hills to A. i id. Mr. Harris has bought ISO es near Dayton and with his fam il\ has gone there to live. The little church, which maintained its brief existence in Bryant's chapel, disbanded and the funds from the of the organ have been given to the Salvation Army at Walla Walla. Mrs [da l>. Austin, who has been 11 hing in district Xo. 55, six miles in Eureka, has been compelled 11 rough sickness to resign her position. Barney OwCns lias moved from his ■ n< li lear Snake River to Eureka to re his children the benefit of the ellent school at that place. Eureka is fortunate in having ob ned tlie services of Mr. Wilson as teacher. Mr. Fred Hopkins from the Snake river foothills is spending a few weeks if Walla Walla. KENNEWICK NEWS. KENNEWICK, Dec. 17. -F. Groshem ol Toppenish, Wash., was in town the I ist week and while here purchased a > 'ction of wheat l...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 18 December 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 , „ $6 00 advance v Six months 3 One month by carrier 6; j One week by carrier 1;j SubscribeiT~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 Walia Walla. mffICIAL PAPER NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. Copy of change of advertisement must be delivered to the business of fice by the hour cf 10 o'clock a. m. to insure insertion in the issue of even date. WEATHER. Tonight and Saturday cloudy and threatening. TURNER IS NEEDED. Owing to ill health Mr. George Lud wigs has declined to serve on the com mittee appointed by President Turner of the Commercial Club to investigate the water question. Owing to Mr. Ludwigs' great business ability he ■would have made a valuable member of the c...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 18 December 1903

hi: will m serve GEORGE LUDWIGS DECLINES TO SERVE AS ONE OF COMMIT TEE ON WATER QUESTION. Says Health Will Not Permit Him to. Assume the Great Responsibilities of the Position. George Laid wigs, one of ,the members the Commercial (Tub water ques tion committee, has declined to act on He- committee. His resignation was lered to Frank W. Paine, chairman of the committee several days ago. Mr. LudwigS assigns illness as a rea >n for not serving on the committee. Ai the recent meeting of the Commer . ial Club, w hen Mr. Ludwigs' name is mentioned, as one of the commit tee, he suggested that his name be * iken off ami some other person be placed on the committee. President Turner did not see tit to make another hoice and the gentleman was con tinued as a member of the c ommittee. Air. LudwigS states that tile present co a 'ion of his health will not permit ol h s serving on the committee, and ile he does not desire to shirk any • ■ ity is a citizen and taxi aver, in Jus tice to himself...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 18 December 1903

[CLOSING OUT SALE - ■ = O 3P ' = McKeans Dry Goods Department This entire stock must be sold regardless of cost or proft, before February Ist. 1904. The store has been placed in the hands of C. Jack Ward, a Chicago salesman, who has positive instructions to sell the goods and get the money, whatever the sacrifice. The reduction we will make on the class of goods McKean has the reputation of handling will surely create a stir in the city of Walla Walla. Opportunity II ts knocking, come. :- GOODS CHEERFULLY SHOWN WHETHER YOU ARE A BUYER OR NOT -:- THE BIG SALE NOW OJg] Our tino line of Christmas Goods, although it is the Read the Dry Goods Bargains season when we could gel full pria—we will lei go at the Money Story Specials. v quote a few prices, not room to tell you the whole following reductions: Thursday, December 17th, 1903, we will sell 10 yards story. iP&^c'^*** *c < Ra«o"if*ic °f ,lu> ,M ' sl standard 6 and 7c prints in blues, greys and Serges, English and Storm, 45 ...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 18 December 1903

SOSE WHEAT SOLD LOCAL DEALERS ABLE TO PICK UP SEVERAL SMALL LOTS THE PAST WEEK. igo Markets Were Active Today and Liverpool Closed Stronger Than Yesterday. With prices a little more liberal than have been for some time local tiers have been able to pick up a iderable quantity of wheat the ,veek, although most of the lots small ami it look many of them ke up the aggregate that has ...... hands. Otto Laßudde sold to Kerr-Gifford yesterday about 20'i0 !-■ receiving the ruling price of December wheat climbing up to 79 over the opening price of 79*4. v • wheat advanced from 81% to l Liverpool closed an eighth to a J . iir ter over yesterday's close. Th* t/ tVesi Coast Trade ol Tacoma has the 1 following this week on the general sit- The wheat market still remains quiet prii es are unchanged. The gov ernment re] orts give the present cob in of the crop at 50.6 per cent. speculative interests in the east have ;.; ticipated a rise in values and succ led so tar in maintaining a ;,!!,•■ above...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 18 December 1903

IWe adhere strictly tc an established rule of safe H Banking. ter~ * 4 • LADIES DESKS HUSIC CABINETS COMBINATION CASES Would make ffne Christmas gifts. WE HAVE THEfI Csderts' Double Stores Coruer Fifth and Main. Musical albums it Bedell's Bazaar. |1.5# I is now $1.25. Bedell's Ba zaar. Nicest Apple J»-i;y at Huntings*. , » ♦ « You are Invited to call at Stack*? anil see a tine collection <»f pictures. Th<> "Sorosis" shoes in all styles and lasts a I McKittrlck's, 15 Main street. For Rent. The up stairs of the new brick build- Inp now being erected on the corner of Fourth and Rose. When completed will have L'l large rooms. See J. E. Kees. J. W. Cookerly, licensed embalmer and undertaker. Babcoek block, 7% First street. Tele. Main 379. I McKean's : • —. • • • • • 5 thb> - I ICLOSING OUT? | SALE ! • - $ • • J OF | ! MoKEAN'S J f DRY IDS DEPARTMENT IS Ml OH j 0 Walla Walla shoppers realize Z • what this sale is and are taking • a advantage of the Bargains ! • placed on sale ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 19 December 1903

VOLUME XXX. Mrs. Livermore's Birthday. BOSTON, Mass.. Dec. 18.—At her I in Melrose today, Mrs. Mary A. j vermore, the author and lecturer, ited her eighty-third birthday, ided by many friends. During forenoon, :;s has been the custom thei years, Mrs. Llverrhorp's da ugh and grandchildren, called -to ex ;.; their congratulations. Notwith ling her advanced age. Mrs. Liver • continues to enjoy good health - as active as ever in the many rests with which she is connected. Czar to Preside. LONDON, Dec. 19. —The imperial commission which was formed re tlj !'<>r the purpose of examining iffairs in the far east is to hold I firsl meeting tomorrow, according * •,, spec ial dispatches from St. Peters . i The czar will preside over the , ings. Tlie commission will make i final reply to the demands of Japan. J. Adam Bece to Orate. COSTON, Mass.. Dec-. 19.— The Es ... \ Republican club gives its annual nner tonight and arrangements on borate sc ale have been completed . affair. The princip...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 19 December 1903

Amusements. "Chinese Honeymoon." A "Chinese Honeymoon," which gives its Initial performance in Walla Walla, Jan. 13, is one <>f those clean musical comedies that theatre-goers will welcome as it is entirely differ ent from musical comedies that have been seen here this season. t does not depend wholly on one or two characters for Us success, as the com pany contains about twenty princi pals and carries a chorus of over eighty voices. The costumes and scenery are among the handsomest seen on the stage today. The music of "A Chinese Honeymoon" is the work of Howard Talbot, and the book ami lyrics are from the pen of George Dance. Among the many clever numbers are "I Want to be a Lady," "Roly Poly." "The A La Girt, rwiddledy Bits,rhe Official Mother- in- La w," "The Leader of Frocks and Frills." "Bits from the Plays." and "There's a Little Street Id Heaven thai they Call Broadway." The company selected for this won derful success includes such notables as John EL Henshaw, Stella ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 19 December 1903

J BIG | MONEY ♦ A riagnificent Lot. | $2,G00 A 26x120 on Alder street, a fine A I.ri, k building joins this property a one side and a new brick T building is now being planned T I r the other side. t Build a t Business Block a nd it will pay big income and V ; immediately. t Get in on this proposition be ▼ fore the owner raises on the | Leonard & Baxter a Room 27 Baumeister Bldg. near Third W «, * ♦♦♦♦ Xmas Ships Laden With Gifts. SEW V' iRK, Dec. I.*. —The big liners h cleared for Europe today were ble Santa Clans ships, carrying sums of money and countless Christmas gifts to gladden the I rts of tlie folks in the "old Conn- There were some wild rushes al th.c wharves yesterday and . by belated gift senders, and the hich hung alongside the last-to ■ tshore gangplank was filled and .: ptied many times. the foreign branch of the post . the clerks worked like beavers ppreciating the desire of the be -1 ones to get their Christmas gifts time, sold stamps and received, for many minu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 19 December 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 advan< " ::: v 3 50 Six months One month by carrier •* One week by carrier 1,1 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. M OFFICIALPAPER 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 th.c issue of even date. WEATHER. Tonight and Sunday cloudy with oc casional rain warmer probably high South winds. SUBJECT T<> REVISKaX. It is hardly likely that the commit tee appointed to Investigate the water question on behalf of the Commercial Club will report in favor of buying half th.- Thomas ranch for $25,000 for the accommodation of the...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 19 December 1903

at our ('<)nv(:l)irn(-p. IS T 1 | J t 1 9 • \ * _ * Walla ! \ heref tP'best HP FH O \. ! prices are | f|Jp f^H^XljQ^^ Less than sucli rugs are * \^ J usually marketed at. | Prices run from Si.'3s | up, but at $3.25, $4.00, I the t pettiest S °Sings TEJE WISH that we could set to type the enthusiasm we feel for the splendid showing of I in good, holiday gift pieces to be found here right now. There is no question about it at all— I sensi c sizes " you'll find any and every kind of a gift piece here. We have been planning for months I and months to have the greatest showing of holiday goods ever exhibited he*e-AND WE HAVE THEM. You'll 1 certainly find your gift wants here--and priced the same as they are at all seasons, m the fairest, "Davis--Kaser way. 1 You'll enioy a visit to the store right now-it's full of suggestions. The earlier yoa buy, of coarse the better the I choosing will be. Come in at any time and look around. You are perfectly welcome, whether yoa buy or not. 1 We g...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 19 December 1903

mm mmtm PRESIDENT TURNER NAMES MEM BERS TO LOOK AFTER PRO POSED FARMERS' INSTITUTE. Matter of Securing Convict Labor to Assist in Improving County Roads Will Be Handled. At the meeting of the directors of the Walla Walla Commercial Club last night President Harry H. Turner ap pointed Oliver T. Cornwell, C. L. Whit ney. Milton Evans, H. S. Blandford, W. P. Reser and W. A. Hit/, a committee to arrange for the holding of the Farmers' Institute in Walla Walla February 2 to (». The institute will be conducted under the auspices of Professor Elliott o! tlie Pullman Agri cultural college. W. I*. Reser, W. G. Sayles and Charles F. Van De Water were ap pointed to take up th- matter of using the convicts at the state penitentiary in improving the roads. A resolution was introduced along the lines pro vided be by an act of the legislature. Which permits tie- prisoners to be worked on roads and highways. The matter svill be taken up by tlie com mittee, who v. ill confer with the county commis: ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 19 December 1903

0N THE STOOL OF REPENTAN.cn IJaaJL ,b where the n;an will find himself' that ta!:(s his jinen Tn any ia,,r - :ir; - --/Jtyutl/< but the Wail a Walla Steam Lao If y ° Ur ' lDScience (loll ' T i'riek you \f/> -ZS. your collar s and cnffs may, and make os. •§/■■' / you a PP reciat e the smooth edges, soft ■1. / p& y JH*T but ton-holes and exquisite color and (m Un \W finish that you can always rely on re W \f'M \\M * Ui reiving from the Waila Walla Steam Laundry. SHOD ALL THE BIG ONES » r Expert Horseshoer Talks of Equine Footv^ear. , one of Mi*- most, if not the rtant part of the rigging of i m ess racers, are the shoes. ■is given to th.' shoeing of uel pacers than to any-! si le of th >j conditioning of' ! . Some horses are more, nd than others, hut in most; . g i< such a delicate process] ise • horse to leave his I . lie 1 the importance of I than W. EL Rawson. of shoeing nearly all of the I | i hampions of the turf. In I | ah .:• taken rare of such Star Pi inter, Lo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 19 December 1903

Ba The management of this |gj M Bauk had endeavored to per- SB K3 sue a progressive policy, to be :::i JS liberal in its ireatmeut. and gg to adhere strictly to ligitimate "B M lines of Banking. Er] .... £2»...i.it i n :■■ »♦■• 1 * • «■""* ■" •t• * j ; : :; ii; ii* j LADIES DESKS fIUSIC CABINETS COMeO^TiOIN^CASES Would make Hue Christmas gifts. WE HAVE THEH Esderts' Double Stores Corner Fifth and Main. Musical albums at Bedell's Bazaar. j1.58 books now 51.25. Bedell's Ba- Nicest Apple Jelly at Muntingas. Yoa : re invited to call at Stack's and see a line collection of pictures. The "Sorosis" shoes in all styles and Lasts at Mi Kit trick's. IT. Main street For Rent. The op stairs of tbe new brick build ing now being erected on the corner of Fourth and Rose. When completed will have 21 large rooms. See J. E. Kees. j. w Cookerly. licensed embalmer and undertaker. Babcoek block. 7% First street Tele. Main 379. i iViCivc&n s s • s • : $ • $ • T II 15 | fcLOSING OUT: I SALE I _ _ "— @...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 19 December 1903

CLOSING OUT SALE === — - O I* — ====^=—= McKeans Dry Goods Department This entire stock must be sold regardless of cost or proft. before February Ist, 1904. The store has been placed in the hands of C. Jack Ward, a Chicago salesman, who has positive instructions to sell the goods and get the money, whatever the sacrifice. The reduction we will make on the class of goods McKean has the reputation of handling will stirely create a stir in the city of Walla Walla. Opportunity is knocking, come. ———_ ________ -:- GOODS CHEERFULLY SHOWN WHETHER YOU ARE A BUYER OR NOT -;- THE BIG SAIvE IJS NOW OIV Oor fine lino of Christmas Goods, although it is the Read the Dry Goods Bar^ahis season when we could get full price—we will lei go at the Money' Saving Story Specials. Wo quote a few prices, not room to tell you the whole following reductions: Thursday, December 17th, 1903, we will sell 10 yards story. Christmas Bargains °* tlie ,M S ( stan^ and 7c prints in blues, greys and Serges, English and...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 19 December 1903

11 IKS *he si i« ket i'hd banquet I>V Walla Walla I.«K. • Ha 28<, Benevolent and ,»..«.:.. tJve Order of the pikay Tuesday evening was the m-.-i important event In se order circles this week. A large number of the members were ■'... t in addition to a number of invited guests. A magnificent banquet vv _ served. William T. Kirtanan, ex alted ruler >>t the lodge, presided in a most pleasing manner, and the Im promptu speeches contain.-,! much wit and humor. Kninl-ts of Pythias. (joiumbln lodge,'Kfeighte of Pythias. ~, its last meeting conferral the rank of ne candidate. Tonight both ,!„. ,n„ ~f page and esquire will be given. A committee ha* been nppoint ,,, arrange for a joint installation v. itV •', Rathbone Sfsters i*i January. The ceremonies will he public to the f nn% f]j, .of the members. A banquet v,ill- • served during the evening. -i-i. . (• (thbone Sisters will meet next Tuestl ly night at which time new offi cers will be eiecteo- Ths Engits. Walla Walla Aerie co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 21 December 1903

THE EVENING STATESMAN. VOLUME XXX. TO INDICT UNION MEN Chicago's Grand Jury Is Investigating. PROYOKTD BY FUNERAL STRIKE to Ascertain Whether Unions Appoint Slugging Com m i ttees. , HI(\\GO, Dec. 21. —Th.c grand jury began an investigation of the 1 i troubles with the object of X persons who incited riots or ued in them. Public indignation Is roused by the attempts of pickets to prevent the burial of the dead be . drivers and has demanded that some < ffective measures against such - ies as have been enacted within si tear days. United States At- Doneen caused a sumnv hi issued today for members of the pressmen's and street car men's un s and others ace used of inciting md an effort will be made to get union records before the grand j i . If the minutes of the meetings • > resolutions authorizing the em ;:• vment of slugging committees every I rson at the meetings is liable to In dictment for criminal conspiracy and the unions are liable to pay fines for the ac ts of their mem...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 21 December 1903

WESTERN TRAFFIC Railroads Feel Confident of Heavy Shipments. PACKAGE FREIGHT IS VERY HEAVY Business Being Handled With Less Expense Owing to Better Equip ment on All Lines. CHICAGO, 111., Dec. 21.—With the exception of grain, little surplus freight Is in transit or awaiting shipment, yet western railroad officials are qiute confident that conditions will remain satisfactory owing to an uninterrupt ed demand for necessities. The equip ment of all roads is kept busy, and the number of empty cars available is Tint greater than is needed. The volume of merchandise moving is less than a year ago, but this is beneficial as prompt transmission and delivery is facilitated, much to the satisfaction of shippers and consignees. The only complaint comes from the southwest, where the tloods did so much damage last spring, but the sit uation there is not nearly so bad as pictured by some of the complaints. General prosperity in that section keeps the roads busy. Miscellaneous package freight is h...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
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