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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 5 February 1904

ta of Hie lortliwest. DISAPPOINTED IN MINING STOCK Boston Man Sues to Recover $71,765 Which He Invested Sight Unseen. SEATTLE, Wash... Feb. .'..— William F. Tudor, of Boston, alleges that Wil liam .M. Ebner Induced him to invest $71.7*j.'...Vt in stork of four Alaska mines which have proved valueless. He al leges that Ebner knew that the stock whs worthless when he sold it. and has filed action against that individual in the superior court to recover the amount named. * *• The plaintiff alleges that he was in duced to invest his money by represen tations that the stock of the mines in question was selling in the open mar ket at the rate which he paid. He says further that he was told that a vast amount of development work had been • lone upon each of the mines and that large quantities of valuable ore was in sight: that le- was shown samples of what purported to be ore from the mines, and that these showed high as says. He alleges that after freely in vesting his money on faith he i...

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. — 5 February 1904

REFUSE TO RAISE IT cIUN t V ASSESSORS HAD A STORMY SESSION AT SPO KANE YESTERDAY. v „ te to Reconsider Vote Taken Wed nesday Was Defeated—Be No Change in Rate. nesting of the county asses . state in Spokane yesterday favor a higher assessment trackage fought for an , half to secure a recpnsid ■ the vote taken the day be ereb) tie- assessment on first _ I, es was fixed at $1.46 a foot. .■.ti<•!i to reconsider they had , ,>! but lacked three votes essary two-thirds majority. Coohse of Yakima made the to reconsider; and S. G. Xoble se onded it. Coonse, Ken isburg, Wilbur Hopkins of . and F. .1. Miller of Thurston ~ urged that the matter be re- All those who favored this ,teil all assessment of not less <MiiiO i mile, and some said they ol be satisfied with anything ~• $10,000. The schedule adopt , , .. ded for |7362 a mile. II Stewart of Spokane led the ■ gainst reopening the question, - seconded by <\ F. Kayser, of E. M. All>-n of Snohomish, I'd Meath "1 Fierce, and F. ...

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. — 5 February 1904

The Evening Statesman Published by THE STATESMAN PUBLISHING CQ Office, No. 9, Third St., Near Main. Telephone Main 123. One year (delivered by mail) in advance * 6 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 Friday occasional rain, warmer tonight, high south winds. It will In- news to the Argus editor to learn that H. A. Gardner, not Gilbert Hunt, is the new president of the board of education. Honor to whom honor IS dlH'. The Statesman predicted a few months ago that wheat would reach the dollar mark this year. ...

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. — 5 February 1904

RESERVE FOOT PATHS COMMISSIONERS SET ASIDE CER TAIN PARTS OF PLEASANT AND FERN AVENUE. !s in Accordance With New Road Laws .-Property Owners to Build Side walk to Seeber Road. Acting upon the petition of a number operty owners in Pleasant street Pern avenue the county eommis .... this morning set aside four feet , llg [he south side of Pleasant from , ; to the Seeber road and four ~ . ong the east side of Kern avenue Pleasant to the Moore road, the Sil i,,«= to be for the exclusive use ot lists and pedestrians. The re • on v,as made in accordance with road law which provides for tion of sidewalks and foot- Property owners in Pleasant beyond Kern avenue are prepar t,j extend the sidewalk to the old .1,..; road, a distance of nearly a . , ijle at a cost of about $400. ;.. . w road law provides that any . (fully trespassing upon any . . :is or path reserved foi- the use ,; bicyclists and pedestrians by driv cattle or wagons thereon ~r who shall in any way wilfully ob ,i, damage such pa...

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. — 5 February 1904

Amusements. KILTIES PIPER AND DRt T MMER, Kilties Saturday Night. <>f more than ordinary interest is the announcement of the coming of the famous Kilties Hand, the Gordon Highlander of Canada, who have so successfully toured the I'nited States. Canada and Mexico, for the past three seasons. This wonderful organization, v hich consists of forty bandsmen, two bagpipers, seven soloists, four British military buglers, six highland dancers, and one giant drum major who is over se\e n feet in height, is reinforced by a splendid focal choir of sixteen voices. The Kilties will give two concerts at the Walla Wada theatre on Saturday, February The band appears in full kilted uniform, and is splendidly equipped w ttti every accessory neces sary to the conduct of a high-class concert bard. Of particular interest to all will !»• Mr. Donald MacCormaek, the drum major of the organization. Mr. MacCoimack stande seven feet in his stocking feet, and when wearing the feather bonnet of the organi...

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. — 5 February 1904

WAILA WALLA MARKETS ~~ REVISED DAILY. Retail Prices. Xhe selling quotations on the lo cal market are: (iugai Per 100 lbs. $6.10 to $6.50. Cheese— Per lb. 25c. Vegetables Potatoes, per sack, 75c. , mions —Per 100 lbs.. $1.50 Cabbage -Per 100 lbs. $1.25. Beets—Per lb. lc. Celery Per doz. bunches 40c. gweet potatoes —Per lb sc. \pples -Per box, 75c to $1.25. ts i c ariges per doz., 40c to 60c. Lemons per doz. 25c to 30c. Eggs Per doz. 30c. Butter Country, per roll 40c and -,<„.. Creamery, per roll, 70c. lout Per l>l>l. $4.20 to $4.60. Graham fli .:• per 50-lb sack. $1.20 Whole ~ . .- flour per sack, $1.20, Rolled Oats r er lb. sc. Baled p*r ton. Alfalfa, $16; \ • $18; Timothy $20. Per ton, $10; shorts, per ton, $17; rolled barley, per ton. $20 and $21. Fish—Per lb. Salmon 15c; Halibut 12 tec; Soles 10c; Perch 12% c; Rock Cod. 12%: Herring, 10c: Crabs 25c; Oysters. Eastern in qt. cans, 65c to 75c. j.\ n pia, bulk qt. 70c. Meats—Beef —Porterhouse steak 17% Purloin steak 15c, rou...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 5 February 1904

H 7/?<e New Kear [| Possibly *™u£l*XA£. m t:r. U wot. it might he «re!l t start in }f :: with the New War. A trial may :::f prove mutually profitab'e Wttfi a riew toßettmu hetter acquainted we pg invite >ou to call. f!3 J. t. ELAM M ':;: ; •iflXSwPEwl *« A GR!\l IRAGEDY. Pathetic Little Incident Occurred at the Poultry Show Last Night. A grim little tragedy that occurred at the poultry show last night was brought to iighi this morning when of ficials began their ion.ids to see rnnt tia exhibits were all right. In a little screen cage A. SSell had on exhibition as curiosities a common littl- hoot owl. captured near Milton and a tame pig eon. A burlap strip separated the buds. This morning the pigeon was found in the owl's apartments dead with his head tern off and part of the breast eaten. Blood smeared over the owl's sharp beak silently told the tale of how tie- pigeon had come to an un timely end The owl had evidently reached undei the partition and seizing the pigeon, drawn ...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 6 February 1904

V OLUME XXX. 6LOVER HANGED Murdered Father of His Sweetheart. ;t vuS A GIRL Of FOURTEEN G , p rst Testified Killing Was in Self Defense, but Changed Her Story. ;, | s<»M, Cal., Feb. 6. —W. H. Glov mrdered Frederick Nierhoff nl,urn. Placer county, June 11, - hanged at tin* state prison Hi was pronounced dead in 14 Clover went bravely to the H ,_nvs !!•• had nothing to say con •xpectations. He wrote a few I iters last night and slept well. Gk»V --... is courting Xierhoi't's 14-yea.r-old tei Agnes. Nierhoff objected • : ordered him to keep away. A few late N'ierhoff was standing in i i] ,vith Oscar Glover, a brother tin condemned man. when \V. H. - him. Glover claimed that Hi.- I - in self-defense as did M --s N Subsequently she testi fy ) thai tic murder was cold-blooded 1 first statement was made • f death by Glover. ''They Are Good" DIAMOND W sliced apricots and peaches. HEINZ'S olives, pickles and mince meat. Sliced boiled ham. chipped beef. OLD MANSE CREMAPLE for cakes it's gre...

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. — 6 February 1904

tH NEARBY TOWNS HAS GOOD HOME. Milton Eagle: John McQuary went over to Pendleton Sunday, returning Monday with his niece, little Madge McQuary, >\ ho some weeks ago was so cruelly tortoured by her foster mother. Mr. McQuary lias legally adopted the child and henceforth sh»- will have the attention of kind parents who will love and protect her, and it is believed raise her uji in a moral and upright man- Mr. Little Madge is quite a pretty child four years of age. The finger nails which were mashed or pulled out by her cruel foster mother, still show the effect of the inhuman treatment Which she suffered. .Marks are also .still visible on her head and other parts of the body. Now that the little one has a good home, sympathizing friends, as well as many other interest ed persons, are breathing easier as they lealize thai she will probably never again be compelled to undergo th.' tor ture .-h» cc suffered. DEATH O e PIONEER. Freewater Press: Lauretta E. Crit tenden, wife of F. E. Cr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 6 February 1904

f'iiiioii'n : * Cumberland Presbyterian, Rev. pastor. Sunday school 9:45 .. ,*;. !! Kndeavor, 6:30 p. tn. ; i; Et. tn. and 7:30 p. m. i of the first Presby ! wall unite iii the evening ,1 Rev. Albert Dale Gantz Services will continue j nt tlie coming week. .byterian church. Rev. A - ~. t/.. pastor. Sunday school ,• listian Endeavor 15.30 p.m. m. by the pastor. Eve it 7 30 held at the first i is sen* i'resbvterian church.Third ( ......... • .is. The second week . , services in connec ... First Cumberland Pres mrch continues every eve [iev. .1. EL Lamb preach- coi dially invited. Congregational church. Rev. c.. pastor. Sunday school at , . r :iblc study at 12: in p. m.: , . Kndeavor at 6:3<> p. m. j, i g at H a. tn. and 7:30 p. m. of morning sermon: "The ~. ........ of the Faith:" subject of sermon. "The Anniversary of Christian Endeavor Society." p meeting Thursday evening at ,; | music. All scats free. A cor , us hur< h. Rev. R. A. Copple, pjs',ll Sunday school 9:r>": Ch...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 6 February 1904

Tbe Evening Statesman Published by THE STATESMAN PUBLISHING CO Office, No. 9, Third St., Near Main. . Telephone Main 123. ©ne year (delivered by mail) in advance * 6 00 Six months 3 50 On* month by carrier 65 One week by carrier 1S» Subscribers who do not get their papers will favor us by reporting at the office. Tbe 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 Sunday occasional ram »r snow, probably cooler Sunday: high smith winds. The Statesman must acknowledge the corn. The ArgUS was right for once. At tne last meeting of the board of education H. A. Gardner resigned the presidency and Gilbert Hunt was chosen to till the vacancy. The Argus scored a scoop o...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 6 February 1904

WEOLDR^ * Absolutely Pure THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE BATTLE OF SAM AM FIFTH ANNIVERSARY FITTINGLY CELEBRATED AT DAYTON LAST NIGHT. Large Number of Washington Volun teers Were Present—Exceflent Program Rendered. The fifth anniversary of the battle • Santa Ana was fittingly celebrated : Dayi last night by the veterans • th< Spanish-American war. About :••> fotmei members of Company 1 of hirst Washington and other regi ts ol th*' volunteer and regular left Walla Walla last night on a special train over the <>. R. & N. and issisted the former members of Com pany X of Waitsburg and Company 1* r Dayton in the exercises. The Walla A'aiia bund accompanied the excur sionists, who returned to this city at early hour this morning. Upon the arrival of the special train ; i Dayton the visitors were met at the d< pot by the old comrades and headed hj the Walla Walia and Dayton bands parade was made through the prin ipal streets of the city, to Fraternity hall, wlvre the exercises w...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 6 February 1904

Amusements. wbQ hHve , n retained by Manager La Vein to appear with the A than- Wilson-Clarke company next week at he Star theater. Robisch and Child ress, two very clever high grade operatic comedy artists have also been es pecially engaged for this occasion. A splendid program is promised. The Kdties Tonight. The announcement of the coming of tie- Kilt as baud who will give a con cert at tie Walla Walla theater to night, will be welcome news to all lovers of music in Walla Walla. This organization is one of the most won derful organizations of its kind in the world. It acknowledged by press I and public as tli.' foremost of all con cert bands in America. The band has it* headquarters at Belleville, Canada. Its members were all selected from the live crack regiments of the Dominion, and its personnel includes, aside from the bandsmen, a vocal choir of 16 voices. 6 Highland dancers, a num ber of bagpipers, and a giant drum major. Mr Donald MaeCormack. who is the wonder of the people...

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. — 6 February 1904

WALLA WALLA MARKETS REVISED DAILY. Retail Prices. The selling quotations on the lo cal market are: j _ per 100 lbs. $6.10 to $6.50. Cheese— Per lb. 25c. ._, ». bles- Potatoes, per sack, 75c. is Per 100 lbs.. $1.50 . bbage Per 100 lbs. $L2a. K( .^ts —Per lb. lc. cry—Per doz. bunches 40c. eet potatoes —Per lb sc. Apples P*-r box, 75c to $1.25. ! ruits Oranges per doz., 40c to 60c. Lemons per doz. 25c to 30c. iggS Per doz. 91c i; rtei Country, per roll 40c and Creamery, per roll, 70c. Per bbl. $4.20 to $4.60. Graham Hour per 50-Ib sack. $1.20 Whole wheat (lour per sack, $1.20, Rolled Oats per lb. sc. • ; Hay Baled per ton, Alfalfa, $16; v, heat $18; Timothy $20. Per ton, $16; shorts, per ton, 117; rolled barley, per ton. $20 and $21. Fish—Per lb. Salmon 15c; Halibut 124 c; Soles 10c; Perch 12*£ c; Rock Cod, 12*4; Herring. 10c; Crabs 25c;. Oysters, Eastern in Qt. cans. 65c to 75c. Olympia, bulk qt. 70c. Meats Beef —Porterhouse steak 17*4 P*rloin steak 15c. round steak. 12% c shoulder st...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 6 February 1904

• " The New Year M M Possibly p pit It not. it might lie well t" start in Vm v.ll with tin- Yew Year. A trial may ij^l Slf prove mutually profitable With v K*j ■a view to K<-timn better acquainted we fff? RTf invite you to call. MME. BLAUVr.LT ARRIVES. (Noted Singer in Walla Walla—Will Give Concert. Mme. Blauvelt who will sing at the Walla Walla the,,ter Monday night, ar rived in the . ity this morning from Boise where she gave a very success ful conceit last night. She is accom panied by her husband W. F Pendle ton, who is managing her American tout. The part) is stopping at the Dacres hotel. They will be here until after the con cert when the) will leave for Portland, Mme. Blauvelt appearing there on Wednesday in a son- recital at the Marquam Grand theater. GAME TOO LATE. A S.ster of Mrs. Gates Sends Her Tr «nsi>ortation. The funei il <>f A«tLama Gates, who suicided al the farm residence of 1 Iwar<l Paul, near Walker's Landing; Wednesdaj morning, was held this af te...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 8 February 1904

VOLUME XXX. BALTIMORE IS IN ASHES AN AWFUL CONFLAGRATION The Worst Since the Chicago fire in 1871-The Wholesale District Des troyed—Ooe Hundred and forty Acres Burned Over-All Leading Newspaper Offices Gone-fire Raged About 36 Hours. VLTIMORE, Feb. X.—A fire started o'clock Sunday morning in the dry goods house of Hurst v,• caused presumably by the ex it' a gas mac hine. The flames . with frightful rapidity destroy- j I lock after block of fine business \>w York. Philadelphia and . trby cities were appealed to ■ leek last night the situation desperate that a number of sub structures were dynamited in ffoi : to stop the spread of the - but the attempt failed. Crash iash Pillowed in the burned dis- The walls and flooring fell in h roars that could be heard blocks Hundreds of men and boys engaged in moving books from Urn • buildings, and many had narrow es.afes. iVi !eck this morning the flames beyond control. The wind s bio ng a gale and practically all ilesale md a large part of t...

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. — 8 February 1904

News of the Northwest. RIGHT OF WAY FOR CANAL O. R. & N. Officials and State Com missioners Are Negotiating PORTLAND, Ore., Feb. 8. —Negotia- tions are still in progress between the <». K. .v X. and tie- state commissioners for right of way lor the Ohio Canal. The two patties aie modifying their lines of survey to suit each other's purposes. At Five-Mile Rapids they are endeavoring to reach an agreement whereby ihe canal will be built nearei the Columbia river than at first in tended, ami whereby the O. R. AL- N. can relay its track nearer the river and take out a curve. As soon as the f>. It. <IC- X. and the state can determine upon liies that will be satisfactory to each party, they will take up the ques tion of damages which the railroad will suffer from the canal. Tie- commissioners are negotiating also with other owners of land, ami hope to reach a settlement with them .soon. MRS. ALLEN FREED BY A JURY Smiling Through Tears, She Hears the Verdict of Acquittal. SEAT...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 8 February 1904

Hilt THE CARNIVAL WORK COMMENCED TODAY AT ARMORY HALL BY LARGE FOPCE OF MEN. De :rations Will Surpass Anything Ever Attempted in That Line— Excellent Attractions. ; was commenced this morning Vrtnory hall by the Walla Walla tarj band preparing the place for tl id annual mid-winter carnival ; will be opened next Monday d continue for seven nights. . mnplete change is to be made in terior of the building and a large of additional seats are to r>e red throughout the hall. The es are to lie extended around entire room and large booths erect dl the vacant corners of the an as tin- carpenters have tin : their work the decorators will be itions. The decorations this ill run more to electric lights ntire ceiling will be festooned I colored incandescents. The de ans this year will surpass any a ever before seen in Walla Walla, advertising committee has tbor . . hilled all the surounding towns large crowds are expected to at from Dayton, Waitsburg and 1 t!v line of attractions the carni \ ...

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. — 8 February 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 $ 6 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 light snow. UNFAIR T« i THIS STATE. We have I n told again and again by ilx- railroad organs that there is n<> need of government regulation <>i' transportation companies through in terstate commerce laws and railway commissions and tli.if an "enlightened self interest" would lead the rail...

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. — 8 February 1904

IS THE ROLL PADDED? ha rmony club membership contains names of per sons who did not sign. r A. Garrecht Says He Has Not Left tne Democratic Party and Gone to Rollers. g paper caused quite a yesterday by publishing in • of the members of the Roose , . iuh the name of F. A. Garrecht, \ iown attorney and democrat. .. „ |] tion as to the reason for the life, and the contradictory .... show the harmony prevailing [I | ib. The Boxers accused the a . . p, - of securing Mr. Garrecht remise of support for lieuten * or while on the other hand t isisted that it was a Boxer out. si the nomination of However, they can all is it is al! a mistake. Mr. did not sjgn the roll, and does to sever his connection irty. \; ; rrecht when asked by a reporter relative to the pub said I never signed the roll • intention of making any political affiliations. I hat interest it might be - Imi the question has been I red times, if it was true ■ ! had become a republican, and 1 sigi ed the roll. I have not. The f ...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
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