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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 11 February 1904

j Jews of Hie Mhwest. j START WORK THIS SPRING O. R. & N. to Euild Branch Along the Snake. PORTLAND, inc. Feb. 11. Stock holders .'t th.- Snake River Railroad company held the annual meeting ana elected officers and directors. The !n<-etitiK was held in trie office of President A. 1.. Mohier of the <». R. A.- X. The following officers were se lected: A 1.. Mohier, president; Wil liam Crooks, vice president; J. G. Wil son, secretary; <I. W. Mulks. treasurer; W. H. Kennedy; chief engineers; di rectors, A. 1.. Mohier, W. W. Cotton. W. H. Kennedy and William Crooks. AJ! are «». R. & N. officials. The company was incorporated ;ii Lewiston, Idaho, some months ago to build h i • >:<>l from Riparia to Lewis ton along the route over which th<* O. H. & X. and Northern Pacific have been fighting for so long. Construc tion <>f the road is expected to com mence in Ui<" near future. In the past few weeks frequent reports have come from Riparia and Lewisto...

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. — 11 February 1904

im; put* smrige THiR TY-SIXTH ANNUAL CONVEN TION BEING HELD IN WASH INGTON CITY TODAY. S san 3. Anthony Leads a Host of Prominent Leaders in the Movement. . P. C« Feb. 11.—Bat on tor tin- cause which they have their life work and neither dis ■ nor discouraged by opposl -01 defeat, the members of tic Na- Uneriean Woman suffrage a 5,,,,,, ~,,,, assembled in Washington to uui began their thirty-sixth annu tonvention. Enthusiastic and ag ,.. ,- ever, despite her four-score ... nus;t I'.. Anthony leads the , .... ,(.-.., assisted by Mis. Charles ~ rati of New York, the Rev. . , , 11 t?ha\> of Philadelphia. Harriet Tavloi Cpton of < duo. Kate M. Gor -1,,, of [ ouisiana and others who have ittained national prominence as lead ers of the equal rights movement During the iasl yeai women suffrage \.-w Hampshire and Wisconsin, and. in i , ;. the movement .anno: be said to i.ational association has returned to the charge unbafffed by the reverses mcl V -ar after v , i i!).. leaders of the...

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. — 11 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 0° Six months 3 50 One month by carrier 65 One week by carrier 15 Subscribers who do not fret their papers will favor us by reporting at the office. The complete telegraphic news ser- Tice printed in these columns daily is furnished by SCRIPPSM'RAE, and if 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 rain or snow. INSPECTION OF BANKS. The organ of the First National Bank was right in its editorial of last week urging the enactment of a law 05 tli< legislature of this state requir ing the inspection of banks chartered b> and operated under its laws. Gov ernment inspection of national hanks i-...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 11 February 1904

A Matter of Health There is a quality in Royal Baking Powder which makes the food more digestible and wholesome. This peculiarity of Royal has been noted by physicians, and they accord ingly endorse and recom mend it. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK. THEATER BOOKINGS MANAGER NIXON ANNOUNCES MANY FIRST CLASS ATTRAC TIONS AT OPERA HOUSE. Olympia Opera Company Is Coming — Repertoire Organization for One Week .n April. M, : , .. . ; r. j Xixon, of the Walla Wall.i th< iter has made new bookings foi his theafe] in this city, which in . ;u.|. - some ol the best attractions thai • traveling in the United States this *.-.!<••. The bookings up to date 11 «* as follow s: Wedn< sdaj . February 17—"Are You Tuesdav. February 23—"The Olym pia i >pera < 'ompany." Thursday, February 25. —"The Kter- Man h Howard Kyle. April 1 New England Folks." tpril i '>ii- week. The relieford in .M.i i] From Mexico." "Flag ol Ti . •■. Toll Gate Inn," Mack and the Beanstalk," -The Ensign," "New...

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. — 11 February 1904

++♦»»+»»»»»•»»♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ I Amusements. ♦ T A Tonight! Free to the Ladies. Every lady visiting tin- Star theater mil occupying a reserved seat will re ceive a handsome silver souvenir, worth more than the price of admission. Tins offer is only for tonight, so don't for get; Saturday afternoon every child who obtains on.- of th»- school tickets will be admitted for ."> cents. Saturday night Mr. LaVern will distribute sever al beautiful presents among his pa trons. Notwithstanding counter attractions ;llid threatening weather, then* was a good-sized crowd at the Star last even ing who enjoyed the performance huge ly, the show is tine this week and de serving of crowded houses every night. Mr. John Morrison alone being worth the prici- of admission. His work this week ; s even better than last. Athon- Wdson-Clarke, Robisch iV- Childress, Harry ami Mae Herman, are nil clever people ami deserving tin- hearty ap plause each receives every night. To night the change of program tak...

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. — 11 February 1904

fiMLA WALLA MARKETS REVISED DAILY. Retail Prices. , ... rations on the 10l l market t0 J6 . 5 0. Cheese Per lb. -•->'• i,.-)- sack. isc v cables Potatoes, ] • t , , ( ,n lbs lIM . 0 $1.25. A! ' ; ' ! " S '' , ' ,i,,7 Wc to 60c. Fruits < Granges per « E^ gSS r itiv per roll 40c and ' 1 "" -ft-lb sack, $1.20 Whole , ' '.. ktl 20 Rolled Oats t\ heal iloui pei • * • l ' f 'n - Haled per ton, Alfalfa, $16; I;'''''".' 'pgr ton. i2O and I2t ,Lj, .. ■ Salmon 15c; Halibut IS . gojea Pei h Rock ." \ • Herring, 10< : Crabs 25c; . r „ in qt. ans, 65c to Tsc. Olympia, bulk qt 70c. bleats Beef Porterhouse steak 17% PrJoin steak 15c. round steak, 12% c. moulder steak 10c. No. 1 prime roast iflc tii l: 1 ' ; common r<»ast 8c to 16c; boiling beef 6c to 8c; leg of mutton 1.i.,, to 15c; .hops L2%c and 15c; pork roasl 10c to 12% c; chops lftc to Buying Prices. II • se are the ijuutations on the Io cs: market: , i n jons—Per cwt. J 1.-5. Carrots -Per sack See. Beets—Per sack or box 50c. Sw'e...

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. — 11 February 1904

"JeJ Patronize ffi l| ::: : 1 J3&iikb 1 i i lion by h.-vmi; a little money iti the ;■■ ■ !>nik t.. t.l e with vim to the sea ;:ti shore to Ihe mountains to the 1 — '.z:t World's Pair! :::: Ri .'.~.Z Ke pi) interest on savinjsaccounts. —. || J. IL ELAM H J. O. sn.v.i i li.'s opened ;t neat bar |• j shop i» the k»bby of tin- Hotel Try ;m: electric li^»it hath at the Walla Wall i Treatment parlors. Sne cial attenlion to ladies. You will fool like a new person. Prontpl delivery; reasonable prices a< Muntinga's. Try an Electric Light Bath and got the habit Co-Ja-M - coffee; t>ost of all :it Mun cll i b"**rate. Weekly Statesman and Hick's Alma na<- all for *l.na. Apply to M. M. ',!>>! 1' I! i• • • 11 ot e I Pies. rakes, bread rightly baked at A aeit's bakery, West Main. Phone College Place bread: try it at Man ■ .• • - 1 X A Horse's Toilet-1 is not complete without a good A comb and brush. We carry a a ▼ complete line of these goods as ▲ w well as all stable necessar...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 12 February 1904

VOLUME XXX. HAS PORT ARTIWJR FALLEN? France Is Getting Her War Fleet Ready to Sail for the Far East to Assist Russia if Great Britain Should Aid the Japanese Forces. ITALY IS ALSO PREPARING HER FLI&T FOR IMMEDIATE ACTION Japanese Minister Kurino Returning From St. Petersburg Says China Will Join Japan as Soon as the First Great Land Battle Has Been Fought—Defeated Russian Admiral at Port Arthur Has Been Deposed as Punishment for Lack of Vigilance in Warding off Japs' Attack. LONDON, Feb. 12.—An unofficial report to London this morning says the Japanese have taken Port Arthur. STILL IN PROGRESS. Japanese Continue to Bombard Port Arthur. LONDON, Feb. 12.—Advices from Shanghai say the bombardment of "Port Arthur is still in progress. There is no word as to the outcome, which it waited with anxiety.. Many conflict ing reports of losses on both sides are. -constantly received, some of which are . palpably absurd. The laek of definite information is particuarly noticeable. This is acc...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 12 February 1904

News ef die Sirfliwest. ANDREW ANDERSON KILLED Perishes Qn Sheep Creek and Body Re covered After Seven Days. TACOMA, Feb. 12.—Robert Young who has Just returned from Alaska, brings word that * Andrew Anderson. 45 years of age, who has a wife and child at Juneau, was killed in a m6n ster snowslide on Sheep creek, Jan uary 28, his remains not being recov ered until last Wednesday. 'Ander son was driving a tunnel fin a new mine, and had just emerged from the j tunnel at dusk to return to camp when the avalanche came. The slide was «00 feet wide, six feet deep and moved a distance of 2000 feet. Anderson was widely known in Alaska, having rained in the vicinity of Sheep creek tor 'seventeen vears. Recently the sold out a rich mine on the creek for a small fortune, according to Toung. When it was known that he had been, caught in the slide miners from far and near hastened to the spot, but it required seven days working on the surface of the slide to find the body. The remains were embedd...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 12 February 1904

ME SAM MILL LOSE JAPAN EBE AND RUSSIAN WAR WILL MATERIALLY AFFECT THE EXPORT TRADE. Oriental Importers Will Not Cars t< Taks Chaness of Shipping Into Disputed Territory. SAN FRANCISCO. Feb. 12.—John Fowler, consul-general from this coun try to Chefoo, China, who has been at the Palace for two days, awaiting the •departure of the steamship Gaelic for the Orient, whither he is bound to re sume his duties, regards with deep con cern the outbreak of war between Ja pan and Russia. As to the commercial said that the United States would lose a great deal. Upon this subject he said: "Russio and Japan have been buy ing largely in the American market, and it is very likely that this trade will now be shut off, for purchases by either of the belligerent governments would be prohibited by the authorities of this country. We have been doing a business of about $20,000,000 with Northern China, through Niu Chwang. Chefoo and other ports situated on the same gulf as Port Arthur. ' Through Chefoo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 12 February 1904

The Evening Statesman Published by THE STATESMAN PUBLISHING CO OMee, Ne. 0, Third St* Near Main. Telephone Main 121. ' Om year (delivered by mail) in advance, .$0 00 Btx months 3 SO One month by carrier ' OS Om week by carrier IS Subscribers who do not get their nap we will favor us by reporting at the omce. The complete telegraphic news ser vtoe printed in these columns daily Is tarnished by SCRIPPSM'RAE, and Is by far the best report pub lished In Walla Walla. CITY OFFICIAL PAPER NOTICE TO ADVERTIBERB. Copy of change of advertisement enust be delivered to the business of- Cn by the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. to insure insertion in the issue of even WEATHER. Tonight and Friday rain or snow. The tragic death of President Mc- Kinley unexpectedly elevated Theo dore Roosevelt to the presidency, and now it seems likely that he will secure a unanimous nomination for a second term through the death of Mark Han na, his only dangerous ' rival. The stars in their courses seem to be fight ing f...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 12 February 1904

PRICE OF GRAIN BAGS STATE BOARD OF AUDIT AND CONTROL ESTABLIBH RATES FOR THE YEAR. New Schedule Is Effective Next Mon day—Price of Bags and Brick Is Fixed. The price of penitentiary grain sacks, other jute ' fabrics and brick manufactured at the state prison for 1904 has just been made public by the state board of audit and control. Applications for grain sacks as here tofore must be made to the superin tendent of the penitentiary and will be filled in the order, as near as pos sible in which they are made until the output is exhausted. A deposit of 10 per cent of the price of grain bugs, other jute fabrics and brick will be required with all applica tions, the balance to be paid before shipment is made. As heretofore ap plicants must be actual consumers and residents of the state of Washington. Blank forms upon which all applica tions must be made will be furnished upon application to the superintendent of the penitentiary, the state board of control at Olympia or the auditor of an...

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. — 12 February 1904

[ Amusements. Davy Crockett Monday. 'One of the most unique characters In American history is that of David ■Crockett. Rough, uncultured and un vcouth, he was a diamond in the rough. But his sterling nobility, his daunt leax courage, and his unswerving hon esty made him a hero in the eyes of Jria fellows- and they sent him to con- DAVY CROCKETT. •gress. He was a curiosity in Wash ington, where his reputation as a bear hunter had preceded him, but he stood the inspectio3i. and won all hearts. It was while making his first visit to Washington that he met his political idol, Andrew Jackson. Upon his re turn home he was asked by neighbors ■who had servered under Jackson if he had seen "Old Hickory." When he re- 1 plied that he visited the old warrior at the White House, he was asked what he thought of him. "General Jackson is the finest gentle man I ever met," he replied. "He knows liow to treat a gentleman when ;ne meets him." "How-did he treat you. Davy?" ask ed a friend. "When I went...

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. — 12 February 1904

WALLA WALLA MARKETS REVISED DAILY. Retail Prices. The selling quotations on the lo cal market are: Sugar—Per 100 lbs. $6.10 to $6.50. Cheese —Per lb. 25c. Vegetables—Potatoes, per sack, 76c Onions—Per 100 lbs., $1.50 Cabbage—Per 100 lbs. $1.25. Beets—Per lb. lc Celery—Per dos. bunches 40c Sweet potatoes—Per lb 5c Apples —Per box, 75c to $1.25. Fruits— Oranges per doz., 40C to 60c Lemons —per dos. 25c to 30c > Eggs—Per doz. 30c. Butter— Country, per roll 40c and 60c. Creamery, per roll, 70c Flour—Per bbl. $4.20 to $4.60. Graham flour per 60-lb sack, $1.20. Whole wheat flour per sack, $1.20, Rolled Oats per lb. sc. Hay—Baled per ton. Alfalfa, $16; Wheat $18; Timothy $20. Bran —Per ton, $16; shorts, per ton, $17; rolled barley, per ton. $20 and $2L Fish—Per lb. Salmon 15c; Halibut 12He; Soles 10c; Perch 12% c; Rock Cod, 12%; Herring, 10c; Crabs 25c; Oysters, Eastern in qt. cans, 65c to 75c Olympia, bulk qt. 70c Meats—Beef—Porterhouse steak 17% f»rloin steak 15c. round steak, 12% c, ...

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. — 12 February 1904

1 Mwm 1 I *&m@P. I Hnvtr n Set* il is to be r«my for |8f |+if * lt7rr your summer raca- US , tion by having a little money in the Br» &i*t bank to ta~e with you to the aea- fgj shore—to the mountains —to the Kg World s Pair! ggf We pay interest on savings accounts. Sj J. L. ELA M §§ J. O. Snyder has opened a neat bar . *>er shop in the lobby of the Hotel .Ftate. Try an electric light bath at the Walla Walla Treatment parlors. Spe cial attention to ladies. You will feel like a new person. Mauy use Co-Ja-Mo coffee; you try some at Muntinga's. Try an JOlectric Light Bath and get the Habit. CLUB RATE. ' ttfititfy Statesman and Hick's Alma nac all for 11.00. Apply to M. M. Hart, Palace Hotel. College Place bread is like home •made bread at Muntinga'S. | Pies, cakes, bread tightly baked at Alheit's bakery, 211 West Main. Phone Main mm n Gibbons'. Starry's and Borstwick's l>utter at Muntinga's. Read the ads in the Statesman f is not complete without a good I Y comb *nd' brush...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 13 February 1904

THE EVENING STATESMAN. V OLUME XXX. HANNA IS BETTER Seems To Have Passed Crisis of Disease. UTILE OXYGEN USED TODAY He Rstams Nourishment Well—Now Has a Good Chance to Recover. WASHINGTON. Feb. 13.—The bat-i li.• t'«>>- Hanna's life lasted almost': without intermissioti until early this! morning. At 3 and again at t> his j rest •,. is disturbed. His temperature | T-..v, :,, uti alarming point !>ut by the • strenuous labor of liis physicians, the i 1 ins;,-;' was Fought off at each return. J !•: Osier was at th»- l>.'dsi<l.' all night, j 1! brought with him from Baltimore l' Kueher, his assistant, with whom: lie divided the vigils of this morn- j ins while Drs. Osier and Carter were ■dlow «1 to slee > I i At s 1.". Secretary Dover went to] i ,'t l>an Hanna. who had been noti-1 i i : Harrie that his father was still When he arrived at the house' Suggestions for Lent Salt Salmon, whole , Salmon Bellies, White Fish, Mackerel, Codfish Bricks, Codfish Strips, Imp'd...

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. — 13 February 1904

I Sews of Hie Northwest. NAMF TUCKE D FOR MAYOR. S«attle Democrats Nominate a Full City Ticket. SEATTLE, Wash.. Feb. 15.—Wil mon Tucker, an attorney, was nomin ated Wednesday b v the democrats of Seattle, for mayor. The result was reached "it the fifth ballot in the city convention. George F. Coterill, a civ il engineer and nominee of the demo cratic party for congress in 1902, and 11. H. Kulies. a manufacturer, were Tucker's rivals for the nomina tion. <>n ilc- first ballot Kulies led. < m the second, third and fourth ballots, Cotterill led and on the tilth ballot. Kulies. who held the balance of power, but was unable to win himself, deliv ered enough votes to Tucker to nomin al*- him. Kulies was named tor coun cilman at large. The oth« r nominees are: Comptroller, (Jibson Taylor. Corporation counsel, George K. Wright. Treasurer, Leander Miller. Councilmen at large, Thomas Navin and H H. Kulies. The Dominees for want councilmen are: First ward, James Conway; second ward, J...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 13 February 1904

HiiSEl ♦ UHIIIIXi Sunday schools of the First Pt-esbvterian and Cumberland Presby ., , m churches >>i' Walla Waila w ill I, ,id n union "Decision Day" service the First Presbyterian church, cor . Birch and First streets. Sunday , orning at 9:45 o'clock. The program pi be rendered is as follows: Decision as pealing on Lite."" Pro fessor J. W. Cooper; "Decision for Christ, What li Would Mean. Posi tively Considered." A. M. Cation: "When Decision for Christ Should Ce Made: Danger of Delay.'* Marvin Ev !<ns; How to Show our Decisions for Christ N'ow and Day by Day." Rev. J. R. Lamb; "Appeal —Make This De cision Now," Rev. Gantz. Congregational church. Rev. Austin Kii • residence 415 Fast Sumach St.. j nor. Sunday school, 9:43; bible study, U:45; christian Endeavor, 6:30. Preaching ll a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sub i. :t morning sermon, 'Our Work and Opportunity."—A review of past year and survey of the coming year. A service of special interest to all who n. ike this their church hom...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 13 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 M 00 Six months 3 °0 One month by carrier 65 One week by . airier 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-MRAE, ■nd if 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 light snow, cxihler; Sunday probably fair. Link Davis, of Tacoma, who is in Walla Walla ostensibly to do life in surance business, just as lit- was shortly before the city election l:isi July, expresses great interest in the a use of the Japs. Last summer he was more interested in the naturali sation and voting of ...

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. — 13 February 1904

/AMutdy\ Powder \ PIJJP£ / Healthful c ream of tartar, \ J derived solely from grapes, s^^ refined to absolute purity, is the active principle of every pound of Royal Baking Powder. Hence it is that Royal Baking Powder produces food remarkable both in fine fiavor and wholesomeness. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK. mm FOR SCHOOLS STATE SUPERINTENDENT MAKES THE REGULAR QUARTERLY APPORTIONMENT. Wai!a Walla County Gets Over Seven Thousand Dollars for Its Schools. Stat« Superintendent of Schools ■ > n has made th.- quarterly appor -1 int-m of school funds anions the eral cm,tics of th* stat*. Th* rate •: day s attendance is $0,012. and the total amount apportioned is $221,618.16. Thi apportionment is as follows: Vdams, $3,046.63; Asotin. $1,991.05; I'h.-halis. $6,023.65; Chelan. $2,305.21: '' i nn. $2,028.73; Clark*. $5,282.45; t>ia, $2,872.55; Cowl it/.. $3,323.70; IV'tiglas, $2,987.24; Kerry. $570.02: Kianklin. $656.88; Garfield, $1,590.78; $709.58: Jefferson. 51.675.57: Kinp $...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
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