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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 25 January 1904

JH M Josh—They said that when that lawyer got to town everything il ibe laid bare. Jonah —And did he fulfill the promise? John —Xo: the .- ire still laying eggs with shells Oil em." Mr Highnnis I can't say I think n uch of the new kitchen girl's cook ing. Mrs. Highmus—l know she isn't .< fust-lass k. Horace, but it's so restful to retted that she's perfectly bald. * iNew, ♦ Modern, } 6=Roorn ♦ :H0 M E i J A ♦ r r ♦ a In fine residence section on I 4 Park street. I j $3,000 j a I erms 91,300 down and as- ▲ ♦ sume mortage of $1,700. + * ======= J j Leonard & Baxter ♦ I X m > 7 Baumeister Bldg near Third X iBOXING CARNIVAL: ♦ ♦ ♦ " ♦ ♦ * 20 ROUND BOXING CONTEST BETWEEN ♦ I ED. BARRY and JACK REILLY I Z r„ Famous Middleweight of Portland. J nampion Middleweight of Montana, t AT THE WALLA WALLA ATHLETIC CLUB $ | Tuesday, January 26, at 9 o'clock j X ==- ♦ ,v,nrev refunded. Both men are noted boxers ♦ : irzrz < -- - *—— : ♦ WHIRLWIND PRELIMINARIES HAVE BEEN ARRANGED | ♦ „r,He...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 25 January 1904

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 *« 00 Six months 3 50 One month by carrier 65 One week by carrier 15 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. The -Human Hearts" company that appeared at the Walla Walla opera bouse Saturday night is much above the average of theatrical troupes. The company as a whole and the individual members have received many compli mentary notices from the press on this .oast for their work in this clever presentati...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 25 January 1904

FEBRUARY WEATHER OBSERVER NEWMAN GIVES FIG URES AND FACTS ABOUT COMING MONTH. What May Be Expected in the Way of Mud, Water and Temperature. February is just an ordinary month in a meteorological way according to data issued for a period of IS years by . >bserver Newman of the Walla Walla station this morning. The mean or normal temperature is 37 degrees. The warmest month was that of lsss with an average of 46 degrees while the -eldest was that of with an aver age of 23 degrees. The highest temperature was 69 de _i.e> on the 28th in 1901. while the coldest was IS degrees below zero on th< first in 1893. The average pre ipitation for the month is 1.55 inches, pre are 1- days with .01 or more of The greatest monthly precipita was 2.7". inches in IK9S» and the isl monthly precipitation was 0.11 . f an inch in 1903. The greatest tmount of preeepitation recorded in my 24 consecutive hours was 1.26 ches on the 7th and Mb in 1899. The average number of (dear days re 6; partly clo...

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. — 25 January 1904

REMOVAL SALE On February Ist we will move our clothing stock to the corner room, which has been occupied by our dry goods department for 7 yrars. In order to make the task of moving as light as possible we have made the prices for the next 7 days on our entire stock so low that it will induce our customersto move a great many goods for us. Every article in this entire stock (except X & W. and Arrow Collars) has had the knife applied to the price, and the cut has been deep. We are not going to hide away our choicest goods and snow you cothing but odds and ends, old stock and unseasonable goods, which is often done when special sales are made, but will show you all of our stock, the very choicest as well as the cheaper articles, and want you to take your pick of the entire stock. We will not 1 mit you to one suit, one hat, or one pair oi shoes, but you can have as many as you want. We ask you to take advantage of this c- traordinary offer, and HELP US MOVE. We haven't the time or ...

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. — 25 January 1904

WALLA WALLA MARKETS ' REVISED DAILY. Retail Prices. The selling quotations on the lo cal market are: Sugar Per 100 lbs., $6.10. Cheese—Per lb. 20c. Vegetables —Potatoes, per sack, 60c. Onions—Per 100 lbs., $1.25. Cabagt —Per lb. lc. Beets- Per lb. lc. 'clery—Per doz. bunches 40c. i otatoes—Per 100 lbs., 65c. Sweet potatoes —Per lb sc. j Peppers —Per doz. sc. Apples- Per box, Tsc to $1.25. Winter Nellie Pears —Per 50-lb. box Fruits —Oranges per doz., 40c to 60c. Lemons per doz. 25c. Eggs- -Per do/.., 35c to 40c. Butter— Country, per roll, 50c and 60c. Creamery per roll 70c. Flour—Per bbl. $4 to $4.60. Graham flour per 50-lb sack. $1.20, Whole wheat flour per sack, $1.20, Rolled Oats per lb. sc. Hay Baled per ton. Alfalfa, $16; Wheat Timothy $20. Brau Per ton, $16; shorts, per ton, $17; relied barley, per ton. $20 and $21. Fish—Per lb. Salmon 15c; Halibut 12Vic; Soles 10c; Perch Rock Cod, 12-: Heiring, 10c; Crabs 25c; Oysters. Bastern in y,t. cans, 65c to 75c. Qlympia, bulk qt. 70c. M...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 25 January 1904

■*£V> JL.ELAMS B fig uwyw f§| GENERAL BANKING §|1 Ml SAVINGS DEPARTMENT. |j8 INTEREST PAID ON SAY- Btj |?| incs accounts. 1;;; B Call and see us. B | J. L. ELAM I WAS READY FOR TRIAL. WvfcntK Came From Athena to Attend the Superior Court. ■H knowing thai the case against ■Hsnurd Tracy, charged with rape. ifjstW been postponed. P. J. Nay lor, the rpe-'.r..- ipal witness against Tracy, came ;»:». t'V: t W;<d.i vesteiday from Athena tr«- iKaTtffj iii the court. He was ac ejmepnnk-ri by a large number of clti "wms oi ii latilla county, who w ere to jc?i*r testimony as to the splendid char ■efinr thai Air. N'ayior bears in his ■HijUtßill Till rill They all say that he is v fest class citizen and a well-to-do ftl 111 I I As the case will HOI he called ■p sal ! April. Mr. Naylor and party re:uartied to Athena this morning. tfyrm staple and fancy groceries at tn" t Main street. Phone Main 260. BgKtei -a attention given phone orders. :»•«; delivery at ail times. CLUB RATE. W#efcly Stat...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 26 January 1904

THE EVENING STATESMAN. VOLUME XXX. Alabama F ruit Growers Meet. ;IL»E, Ala., Jan. 26. —The im .of the fruit and vegetable g industry in Alabama is evi l hy the large and representative mcc at the first annual meeting today by the state horticui _ iety. The meeting will be in ....... two days, with VY. F. Heikes. , , f tsville. presiding. Fertilizers, the culture of Japanese plums • ire. and the nursery trade ■ . were some of the subjects today after the officers' re been presented and the itine business transacted. Floods Are Receding. [ESBARRE, Va.. Jan. 26.— The this section of Pennsylvania slowly, hut the suffering orneless continues. The big ice the Susquehanna still holds. : 22 The TOGGERY 22 ( , Main St. nam St. 1 SWELL TOGS FOR MEN Underwear 75c a Suit \ SEE WINDOW DISPLAY : The TOGGERY 22 \ Mj;u St. I~v 1 WWWfc "" 1 Main St. SWELL TOGS FOR MEN 'For Goodness Sake" Eat "MONOPOLE" Corn \ 'Canned on the Cob" "it's Delicious" j ) w • keep always on band a complete line of "MONOPO...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 26 January 1904

Sews of the Northwest. HAD TO BORROW A NICKEL. William A. Clarke. Jr., In Trouble On a Streetcar. BUTTE, Mont.. .Jan. 26. —William A. Clarke, Jr., of tin- Montana senator and multimillionaire copper mining magnate, was compelled to borrow a 6-cent piece from a sympathizing friend the other day in order to pay his fare on a street ear, though the young man's father is the sole owner of the city railway and the son enjoys the advantages of a passbook affording r>o free rides. It is the custom of the streetcar company to renew the pass books upon the presentation of the empty covers, and it was the misfor tune nf Mi. Clark. Jr., who enjoys the distinction of having about $16,666,- --666 in his own name, and being heir to about $80,660,606 more, to find himself aboard a streetcar witn a depleted passbook and facing a strange conduc tor, who. it appears, had begun work the day previous and had the orders o! the superintendent still fresh In hi- 0 memory. Despite the expostulations tha...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 26 January 1904

♦ New, ♦ ♦ Modern, \ \ 6=Room ♦ jHOMEj [ In fine residence section on ? Park street. T ♦ Price—— wmmmtw f i $3,000 i Terms $1,300 down and as- \ sume mortage of $1,700. + ♦ _ ♦ ♦ 4 ♦ Leonard & Baxter \ ▼ Room 27 Baumeister Bldg. near Third V ♦ ♦ A PREACHER-BARTENDER •• - Who Res,uned to Enter Sa loon Business Repents. mazoo, Mich., Jan. 25. —George McDonald, who deserted the pulpit nine proprietor of a saloon in V'oik, hits presented a petition for m rehabilitation as a minister to the Baptist officials in this city, the of McDonalds first pastorate. It , s .■ companied with a confession of - Is. the nature of which, it was (!, v II preclude his return to the v\'l M< Donald was ordained to stry he was chosen as pastor tl Bethel Baptist church in this wi •■ occupying that position barges of ;t serious nature were pre ■rred against him. lie resigned as a result, and went east, where he ob : lined a pastorate in Brooklyn. A few months later his former par ishioners in Kalamazoo,...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 26 January 1904

The Evening Statesman Published by THE STATESMAN PUBLISHING CO Office, No. 9, Third St., Near Main. Telephone Main 123. One yes* (delivered by mail) in advance * 00 Six months 3 50 One month by carrier 65 One week by carrier 15 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, snd is by far the best report pub -4ished 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 Wednesday generally fair. Governor Mcßride announces that he will make several speeches in Walla Walla county in advocacy of a railway commission prior to the bedding of the republican primaries. Senator An keny's pap.-i in the meanwhile is doing its best to create a sentiment against the proposed commission. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 26 January 1904

THEOLD^m Absolutely Pure THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE POSTER AT WORK Urges War Department to Retain the Post. WIES THE COMMERCIAL CLUB Says He Will Co-operate With Sena tor Anl<eny in Effort to Hold the Fort. .•V a result of the telegram sent to Sena) ' ■ Foster .it Washington yesterdaj by the Commercial club, the ■ • ior senator from this slate has tstkr mniediate action to assist Walla W ill; in retaining Fort Walla Walla as n ilitary post. This afternoon President Hairy H. Turner received **• following telegram from Senator I v Washington, D. <\. Jan. H>i)4. "Com nercial Club. ' W :1a Walla. Wash. 1 have urged upon the war depart ment 1 th.- secretary of war the nec •-• ty oi the retention of Fort Walla Wall us per your request, and I shall co-operate most heartily with Senator * "A. FOSTER." \f yet Secretary .Mc Donald has not '• • • i any replies to the letters he v> to the mayors and commercial Oregon, asking their aid to retention of the post, but he ~ •:..•*:. expectin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 26 January 1904

Tonight ED BARRY 0= EX-CONGRESSMEN RECALL. THEIR PECULIARI ~'t£S IN CAPITAL CITY. (Banter. »7.ifida!l and Parkenson Before (fee Pubbc Once More in Differ ent Roles. V. t>fil\i ,T< >x. I) c.. Jan. 'JH.— ifc'>;.<: ring some names have in the wmjt -a' ri ok! Washingtouian. There Eh instance, John If. (Hover, who ttguced so prominently as "an ex ■■Ohiumii in" the dispatches from Oblm «lv which told of his being shot -,fw ;>-< -stance tn a posse anil the sub aaavßrac developments. Those who ■bmA . j *cc Glover when he repre awiti t the ninth district of Missouri a»i toe torty-nintfa congress, recall him jb> ■ toerii person, with a face that eatojta have been either a hoy's or an *riti mum'tt, .so little had nature done to ■aaaap its age upon it. Any one who awaaadacri the congressional directory *»«• Ins age was doomed to disappoint xm^r.t: to> wrote such a hand that both eaeaajrifcr and printer were unable to t.-k! wot the >>-ar of his birth as fur ■toto...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 26 January 1904

SHE SAW HUSBAND RIDE GOAT p rc ,n a Precipitous Vantage Point She Witnesses the Initiation. \ Kl>. Wash.. Jan. —Perched irow board twenty feet above . i.... . id, daring the dangers of a tall , would have ended her life, Mrs. H King, a plucky Ballard woman, itaiids knocking at the doors oi Ballard lodge of Elks with a de thal she be taken into the fold ii honorary member or else sh« reveal the secrets of the order, tn emphasize the demand, slit frequent passages from the se k of the order, and tells of anal scenes In which all sorts of elephants and white porcupines .:, grotesque profusion. Mrs King is the wife of a Ballard . -ad lives with her husband Ijn ,001ns over th" store. The windows , ■ • iiouse open to the roof of a lower ,I,] i that is 'eve! with the rooms , plks k¥jge . I To s; tisfy her curiosity, Mrs. King took measures that would have damp-, . . j the enthusiasm ol a less courage- I Husband Initiated. Mr. King had long cherished a de .to ii cum.' a follower of the s...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 26 January 1904

8 g| I Moms, 1 Q GCNERAL BANKING fSj SAVINGS DEPARTMENT, fig H J*«'T£REST PAID ON SAV 1| INGS ACCOUNTS. | J. L. EL A M I Prasi lent Hadiey to Speak. ftjUEAfn'. x. V . aJn. 26.—Promi nent f*-v.sf : .ais and surgeons of New •y»»rfc. Buffalo. Rochester, Syracuse. KLjbjcw. ['tita. Poughkeepsie and tui norssf »ther cities and towns of the *i."»tv- tnr • fhered In Albany for the eronsarS meeting of the New fork state jwuifi wf association. The initial -ses vum r* to !•< held this evening In the dfticml 'i chamber of the capitol. The lirfwiy.-tf sneaker will be President A'ta»r 7' Hadley <»t Vale university. Or. Tfoompson, Osteopathic physic ian, graduate of Dr. Still (founder) }. ran* (Me. M<». OrHce over Hockett's. .Fhfti.e BSXin ?28. Mr«a staple and fancy groceries at X 3Si n street Phone Main 260. tftefition given phone orders. (QBinfe fctiverj at ail times. CLUB RATE. WstfeJi Statesman and Hick's Alma dh « $l.«e. Apply to M. M. ii ;rt "* i c Hotel. "rV\ - feet tie light bath ...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 27 January 1904

THE EVENING STATESMAN. , OLUME XXX. MiUKER WRIGHT COMMITTED SUICIDE He Took a Quick Poison Soon After Being Sentenced to Seven Years in Prison. 1 i\i»ON, Jan. 27. —The post mor- W hitaker Wright will be held ■moon and the coroner's in totnorrow to disclose the cause The suicide theory has many The Globe today says that . last night found a loaded ,tt full cock in his pocket, post mortem on Whitaker this afternoon developed the 1. he committed suicide by tak . v cyanide or potasium. ..JUhe TOGGERY n ?,L. SWELL TOGS FOR MEN Underwear 75c a Suit j J SEE WINDOW DISPLAY Li The tmglryjT SWELL TOGS FOR MEN i "For Goodness Sake" Eat "MONOPOLE" Corn Canned on the Cob" "It's Delicious" \ vVe keep always or, hand a complete line of "MONOPOUET and LUOND W" canned fruit and vegetables. v vim: PERFECTION IN CANNED GOODS. You will also lind here — CRYSTAL DOMINO SUGAR, HOPKIN'S STEAMED HOMINY, rr ? P HOCK MATTS. ASPARAGUS, ETC. Saver Kraut Roma " Be * Uty Naval oran « cs Apples on Tan 2 ° c and 2 ...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 27 January 1904

Jews of Hie northwest. DEAD MAN'S iViINE FOUND. Fabulous Strike in British Columbia- Corpse Lent Clew to Searchers. VANCOUVER, ii «'•• Jan. 27. —The identity of a miner who discovered a fortune- on his deathbed 40 years ago has been revealed by the- recent delo cation of the claims. To an old "forty Diner" was all the hardships, to a lucky man of today conies a quarter «>f a million dollars. The, scene of the remarkable gold Had is Teslin Lake, in northern Brit ish Columbia, and the lucky man is John Drinkwater, of Bruce, Ona. He claims that there is enough ore in sight on his c laims, capable Of being packed out by men and mules to make him ric her by $250,000. The gold was traced by the finding of a body of a miner, who had apparently died years age). Beside the remains were two or three pieces of fnarvelously rich quartz in a biscuit box. Drinkwater hunted for th.- ledge thr lays. He found it breaking into a canyon, and describes it as "almost more gold than rock." He could fi...

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. — 27 January 1904

♦ New, j ♦ Modern, } $ 6=Room ♦ iHOMEj 'I [n fine residence section ou ? J Park street. J ♦ ♦ i $3,000 I T Terms 3>i,300 down and as- J \ sume mortage of $1,700. \ ♦ Leonard & Baxter ♦ ▼ Room 37 Baumeister Bldg. near Third J FIGHTING THE MEAT TRUST. Cattle Growers of lowa Organize a Campaign. [>ES MOINES. lowa. Jan. 27.—Hun dreds "!' lowa cattle feeders are as sembled in this city for a two days' miveution at which they expect to ef t ;i ; organization for the purpose of lighting the moat trust. .;. J. Ryan of Ft Dodge addressed letter.* to 1.106 stock raisers calling the convention. Those who responded will elect officers and appoint a com itee to wait upon the legislature. Mr [Ivan in his opening address de that the meat trust absolutely itrols the market, reducing the price . ittli at will and increasing the pri f dressed beef and grain in the. .ciner. He produced figures to show thai lowa farmers have lost $100,000,000 in the past year on account trust. He advocated th...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 27 January 1904

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 * Six months 3 50 One month by carrier 65 One week by carrier 15 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 Thursday fair. THAT DREADED MACHINE. The opponents of a railway commis sion say tiiat Governor Mcßride*s only purpose in advocating a commission is to build up a personal political ma chine. The proposed appointive com mission would consist of three mem bers, one of whom would be a demo crat. This would leav...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 27 January 1904

mum is luke COMMERCIAL ASSOCIATION URGES THE RETENTION OF FORT WALLA WALLA. Request Senator Mitchell to Use Best Endeavors to Keep the Post Here. • • Pendleton people are anxious • n.l the miltary post at this place ild be retained, and that they will lo all they can to help Walla Walla . this matter, is made evident by the o\ ing letter, which was received joining by Secretary McDonald 0 1 the Commercial club: • Pendleton. Jan. 1994. •Mr. John H. McDonald, Secy., "Walla Walla Commercial club, Walla Walia. Wash. , ■■your communication to Dr. P. W. Vincent in regard to the military post »as handed to me, and it is the cen sus of opinion of our association the post should be retained at ft'all Walla. We, yesterday, tele graped Senator John H. Mitchell. say- Would request that you and your . leagues will exert every possible •> i< nee to retain the post at Walla \v. have a reply from the senator tc.daj saying: '1 am co-operating with colleagues in an effort to have Walla Walla po...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 27 January 1904

AHfcl bOntl't KATES FRUIT MEN WILL MAKE AN AP PEAL TO THE EXPRESS COtViPAN IE3. Strong Resolutions Adopted at the Meeting cf Inland Empire Asso ciation oi Spokane. _\; spnl esterday the Inland Empire H<»»ueulturai and Elortieul tural association adopted the re"port of Ihe committee on transportation, which requests 11»- - express companies which baudle the fruit of th.- state of Wash ington to grant ■ Mat reduction of 12% per '»-ut on their rates. The report of the committee on transportation conditions was received i. a!-, genei ii satisfaction by the con lent ion. A 5 soon as the constitution thi association a committee wiil he appointed lo carry out the purposes of Ihe resolul uns and w ill endeavor to se t-ore from ill-- express companies tlie The n solutions are as follows: IVhereav !!•■ fruit industry of the state of Washington is destined to be oi • of :h«- : ost important in the state, thereby furnishing a large proportion ef th.' business to the transportation t'on!|Kiii...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
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