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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 23 February 1904

Northwest News j SHOULD NOT KEEP FEES Attorney General Reverses Opinion Re garding County Clerks' Duties. OLYMPIA, Feb. 2::.—ln an opinion given out by Attorney General Strat um concerning, the disposition of fees collected by clerks of the superior court for land office papers executed before them, according to an act of con gress approved .may 26. 1890, and also according to the statutes of the state of Washington, the attorney general states that the clerk of the superior court should pay into the county treas ury all fees collected by him in his offi cial capacity or by virtue of his office, as designated in the act of congress re ferred to. which act should also gov ern the amount of fees or charges the clerk of the superior court should col lect, according to the construction placed upon that act by the federal of ficers whose duty it is to carry out the provisions of the states. Failure of the clerk to pay over to the county treasurer any excess fee or compensation received b...

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. — 23 February 1904

\ 0i mm crop , , n \ DOLLAR GRASS PROM -IS£S TO BECOME ONE OF THE VALUABLE CROPS. choemaker, of North Yakima, yy r ,tes About the Experiments With the Plant. writes as follows v ; ,, y ikima to the Seattle , [■„| ige plant known as bil , n-i-ass promises to become ~ valuable crops of central Experiments made by . rniers have shown that It is producer of green feed and , . Many estimate the un der irrigation at from toi s of fodder per acre. The protein, and considered t< corn for hogs, poultry . .. |pral farm stock. The acreage ... - cron will be material grass is a distinct form 1.. . - millet. Some seed erf! i it, under the name of Ger .;. The plant is a quick i, i] stiwls out freely. It at i . jsjht of five to seven feet. , .. ... ij for rutting for green feed' planting. The grass it | cc times in a season. A the farm staff at the Mas igricultural station says . z \e a crop of sixty-seven .. d 11. jut pounds of straw. - tin - i ne as that required by .M>i.m ds of seed will ...

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. — 23 February 1904

Tbe 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 ** 0Q Six months 3 60 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 celumns daily i furnished by SCRIPPS-MRAE, «nd is by far the best report pub lished in Walla Walla. Sty official paper NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. Copy of change of advertisement must be delivered to the business of fice by tbe hour of 10 o'clock a. m. to insure insertion in the issue of even date. WEATHER. Tonight aud Wednesday partly cloudy. After all that new fire station on East Alder street is fast developing into a handsome structure beyond crit icism, even by the Art Club. It might pass easily for a girls' seminary. The cits council should do something soon toward selecting the site for the Carnegie library. Mr. Carnegie...

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. — 23 February 1904

ROYAL Baking Powde* Saves Health The use of Royal Baking Powder is essential to the healthfulness of the family food. Yeast ferments the food. Alum baking powders are injurious. Royal Baking Powder saves health. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK. \\U\U MORROW COUNTY COMMISSIONERS WILL SETTLE COUNTY CLERKSHIP MUDDLE WEDNESDAY. Rumor That Walter L. Cadman May Be Appcanted—Case May Go Into Court. Tomonov the county commissioners nill decid- the case of County Clerk Hauerbach who (lied his resignation and subsequently withdrew the same. It is almost positive that the'co'rnmis ► rs w il! follow the opinion of Countj Attorney Wilson and accept Hauerbach's resignation, thus disre garding the withdrawal filed by the lerk. A successor will then-be ap pointed. What turn will then be made n the case is problematical. It is un lerstood that Hauerbach's attorney will resisl the action of the board and tak< the matter into the courts for ad li wa* h ited today that there is a •>J possibil !...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 23 February 1904

Amusements tioS LOTTIE KENDALL OF THE 0 LYMPIA COMIC OPERA COMPANY. At th'" Sta- Theater. Dad's <;i:i." well played by the Redmond company, made a decided hit last night at the Stat theater. It real- Ij would seem that - the plays and specialties get better every evening. Sunday night the audience laughed themselves hoarse over that ver> com ical drama "Tlie Bosom Friend of Bowsers." The complicated situations, die clever acting of the players, the sgvell scenery, the elegant stage and ;»cht effects, . n combined to make it a splendid performance. The company ts self, as a whole are very desirable bequaintances, and making many friends in Walla Walla. They speak ha highest terms of our city and <r<c INNER WORKING OF MORMONISM Author of "By Order of the Prophet" D scusses It. A special from Nortn Yakima to the Seattle Post-Intelligencer says: Rev. Alfred (1. Henry, pastor of the Methodist Episcopal church of this r: ty. ami author of "By Order <>r the Prophet," was ...

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. — 23 February 1904

WALLA WALLA MARKETS Retail Prices. jjie -.- hag quotations on the lo cal market are: , p el 100 lbs. $6.10 to $6.50. Cheese — I'er lb. 25c. ~ ~ hies -Potatoes, per sack, 75c. Onions P< r 100 lbs.. $1.50 p, bbag( per 100 lbs. $1.25. Beets—Per lb. lc. Celery—Per doz. bunches 40c. Sweet potatoes—Per lb sc. App les Per box. 75c to $1.25. Fruits -Oranges per doz., 40c to 6tc. .... per lioz. 25c to 30c. Eggs-Per doz. 30c. ..... Country, per roll 40c and ca c Creamery, per roll, 70c. Pei bbl. $4.20 to $4.60. Graham flour per 50-lb sack, $1.20. Whole wheat flour per sack, $1.20, Rolled Oats per IK sc. Hay—Baled per ton, Alfalfa, $16; WhH.it $18; Timothy $20. Bran—Per ton. $16; shorts, per ton, $17; rolled barley, per ton. $20 and $21. j.-.sti-I'-r lb. Salmon 15c; Halibut j2».. c . Seles 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% k.;loin steak 15c, round steak, 12% c, il aider ...

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. — 23 February 1904

Ija 1 JL.E LAMS "1| :::: D Adding; New Accounts E| Ht; yav are constantly adding B-8 new accounts, and our busi- EH hr? ness is increasing sit a \<-i\ eg satisfactory rate. We want g| *.*ff your business ami cordially Ej33 invite YoU to call to Sit' US. |g| ml < «*.■..».(..< . ;;;;;;;;; Jj; STREET PAVING SUBJECT. Matter Discussed by the Committees Yesterday Afternoon. j. <». Hoy*, of Portland, representa tive of the Warren Pavement company, was in Walla Walla yesterday and met th>- joint committees from the Walla Walla C men ial club and the city council on street improvements. Mr. Hoy! spent the greater portion •>f the afternoon with the committees, •explaining to them the qualities of the pavement manufactured by his com pany. The subject was thoroughly discussed and the various phases of street paving were gone over. A representative of the Barber As phalt Paving company, of Seattle, is expected in Walla Walla in a few days to Interview the joint committees. MRS...

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. — 24 February 1904

THE EVENING STATESMAN. VOLUME XXX. RUSSIANS REPORT A VICTORY Official Advices Say That Four Japanese Cruisers and Two Transports Were Sunk at Port Arthur in Another Hard Fought Battle With the Enemy's Fleet. MINISTER HAYASHI AT LONDON DISCREDITS THE STORY Japan Declares the Independence and Neutrality of Korea—Eatablishes a Temporary Protectorate Over the Hermit Kingdom—This Is Her Answer to Russia's Not«s -of Protest to the Powers—Depressio 1 in Ri siian Bonds Is Cousing a Great Many Bank Failures in France, Germany and Austria. PARIS, Feb. 24.—Havas' news has a St. Petersburg dispatch which says the official authority is given for the statement that four mes< cruisers and two transports have been sunk in an attack upon Port Arthur by the Japanese fleet. The bat tleship Retvizan. seriously damaged in i previous engagement, was active in the battle and carried off high honors for skillful Fighting. » London Hears Some News. UONDON, F. b. 24 A Russian re ;"i r has reached here tha...

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. — 24 February 1904

Northwest News PAID DEARLY FOR INNOCENCE Joseph Vero. Earning $14 Per Month In Army Loses Considerable Pay. SEATTLE, Wash., Feb. 24. Joseph Vero, the regular soldier at Fort Law ion, who was acquitted Saturday of thf charge of murder in the firs! de gree, has returned to duty at the fort, after serving three months in jail for «i crime which the jury said he did not commit. When Vero was arrested he was reduced from corporal to private. Now that he has been acquitted his noncommissioned stripes will he re turned to hun ami he w ill be allow-.1 full pay for the time he was in jail. However, his release opens to him only the cheerless prospect of being abso lutely penniless for a year or two to come. He must pay th.- lawyer who defended him Other court ex ,,,-iishs ran 'he amount up to $300. He draws pay at *14 a month. That is all he can earn. His comrades advanced the ni< y for his defense. This was Secured by the personal note of Cap tain Rogers of his company. Vero announces th...

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. — 24 February 1904

hiiit, mnn El v . ; _ LU p EDITOR DECLARES % -.-AT CONTROVERSY MAY NEVER BE SETTLED. re d Missionary's Famous Ride to Save Oregon Is Again Brought Up. • Montgomery', editor of the ~ Tribune says in the last is- Mureus Whitman's remarkable t „ s . lV f < >regon. ami those who : | was saved prior to , ,j historic event, may never -, !: ied. No! w ithstnnding ....... \< made by historians. s i (.-nu nts o)' prominent men j,„i. and all He- documentary ~. inable that bears even re ih. subject, the partisans ,iispute arose soon after the thedispute arose soon after the , u> n-j,, in t!a- w inter of 1842-3. . ~. nearly all. of the survivors of period have passed away, and un l, .. .... ~. documentary evidence is ~,„,„] a probable that the whole •.. .-.••.■ tallied. i 1,,. story "! 'he traders' feast at I ... t vValla Walla wherein the Hudson I. , udherents boasteu that Oregon ; , - theirs because America was too i ■ and thus inspired Dr. Whitman j,, make his memorable trip, has...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 24 February 1904

The EYenlng Statesman Published by THE STATESMAN PUBLISHING CO Office, No. 9, Third St., Near Main. Telephone Main 123. One year (.delivered by mail) in advance *« Ow 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 tbe office. The complete telegraphic news ser vice printed in these columns daily i furnished by SCRIPPS-M'RAE, and is by far the best report pub lished in Walla Walla. Cfri OFFICIAL PAPER NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. Copy of change of advertisement mutt 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 occasional light rain or snow. A PURITANICAL POLICY. It is doubtful whether the puritani cal policy of closing theaters on Sun days now proposed by members id' the < ity council will meet with general ap proval. Many people who now spend tbeii Sunday evening quietly in wit nessing a harmless theatr...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 24 February 1904

TO CMISE THEATERS COUNCIL WILL PASS ORDINANCE PROHIBITING PERFORMANCES ON SUNDAY NIGHTS. Star Theater Comes in for Consider able Discussion at Last Night's Meeting. Ie principal topic of discussion at j !he meeting of tbe city council last! -hi w.'s the question of the theaters W dla Walla. The matter was .. il up by Councilman McLean ijuired if the city was ever going ~ net ion looking toward the pas - , _ ol an ordinance to compel the ~ .■ - ol play houses to provide prop* fin ilities of egress from their huild to accommodate the large crowds it frequented those places. The Star! :,. came in for the most mention I the councilmen took a hand in lis. iission, which was an informal Councilman Smith having been i. evio isly excused by the mayor, lea v s in |y three members present, not a ieni number to transact business. Councilman McLean said that it was time for 'h uncil to take immediate ml he would urge that the city ttoi • be instructed to prepare an . • ■ itt once on th* subject...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 24 February 1904

Amusements \ A Word Concerning the Bostomans. A k>ya! public is an inspiration to the art'st. Our American civilization, relatively speaking, is new, and our aesthetic lit-- and habits of thought are n ndary to our absorbing interest in ihe race for development along more ~, |~s s practical and sordid lines. However we are growing in matters of « ' >NTRALT< > A DELL RAFTER with 'THE BOSTONIANS" berathe ban) and pause for a i-aimer life is nut all ii eie up of the mercenary (hat art • ' ■ 4 Iv.pef '1 sn i es. inri 1 i the il-mi , if sta-je • • ,; . con- American society. The opera i< an established ti stitution. have it on of popuiaticn, and in its lighter and more agile forms it has attained to the entertainment. Our native end char acteristic 11;. A uerican organization that has fw a rjuarcer of a century oc- HANNA'S SPEECH TO A MOB Made An Orator by tre Force of Cir cumstances. (YASHIN* !T< >X. I» Feb. 24.— Nothing in Hie career of Senator Han na is more remar...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 24 February 1904

H\UA WALLA MARKETS REVISED DAILY. Retail Prices. Xhe selling quotations on the lo cal market are: Per 100 lbs. $6.10 to $6.50. cheese —per lb. 25c. Vegetables—Potatoes, per sack, 75c. ■ mions—Per 100 lbs., $1.50 abbage -Per 100 lbs. $1.25. Beets—Per lb. lc. , ..;.. rv —Per doz. bunches 40c. gweet potatoes —Per lb sc. ■ Apples -Per box, 75c to $1.25. Fruits -Oranges per doz., 40c to 68c. Lemons - per doz. 25c to 30c. Eggs—Per doz. 30c. | . uter Country, per roll 40c and 60c. Creamery, per roll, 70c. I Pei bbl. $4.20 to $4.60. Grahanv Boar 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 $18; Timothy $20. tn- Per ton, $16; shorts, per ton, $17; rolled barley, per ton. $20 and $21. Fish—Per lb. Salmon 15c; Halibut U'".r. Soles 10c; Perch Rock Cod, 12'»; Herring. 10c; Crabs 26c; ysters, Eastern in qt. cans, 65c to 75c. Olympia. bulk qt. 70c. Meats—Beef—Porterhouse steak 17% S'rloin steak 15c. round steak, shoulder s...

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. — 24 February 1904

v. w. —* :::: ft"* ... . H Adding New Accounts g| ja| \v.- are constantly adding |g| new accounts, and our busi- ;;;; ness is increasing .it a \.m\ r :; y9 saiisfa< tory rate. We want |~; your business and cordially :::: Itfl invite you t<> call to see us. S3 ... W. C. WHITNEY'S WILL FILED fOR PROBATE All His Children and Stepchildren Are Liberally Treated —Harry Payne Whitney Executor. MINXK' >LA, M. I . Feb. 24. The will of William <\ Whitllej was tiled for probate today. Harry Payne Whitney, the eldest son is made sole executior and trustee. The amount and value of the estate are not given. A quarter of :i million dollars each Is left to his step daughter. Adelaide Randolph and to bis step son. Kertie Randolph. Ail the residue i- 1 l>equeathed t>> the executor until the final distribution is made. After certa'.n minor provisions, the will provides that all rents and profits under th< final distribution thereof shall be divided into ten equal parts and p...

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. — 25 February 1904

THE EVENING STATESMAN. VOLUME XXX. ANOTHER BATTLE REPORTED The Japanese Fleet, Undeterred by Failure to Blockade Harbor or Fire the Enemy's Ships, Renewed the,- Attack This Morning—A Spirited Engagement. THE RUSSIAN ADMIRAL REPORTS JAPANESE FLEET WAS REPULSED The Alleged Russian Victory of February 23d Was an Insignificant Affair—Six Old Japanese Steamers Set on Fire to Send Among the Enemy's Ships Sunk or Run Aground by the Russian Fire From the Forts and Battleships—None of the Japanese Warships Was Seriously Damaged—The Japanese Intended These Ships to Block the Entrance to the Harbor. ST PETERSBURG, Feb. 25. —Not! deterred bj the apparent failure of the npi to blockade Port Arthur the J pal ese fleet again attacked the Rus tleet between 1 and o'clock this ion ing. They were repulsed at every rding to advices telegraph - ,1 h> General Pflug. The dispatch j making this announcement states that] Is of the entragement will be for-i 1 warded later. The damage is un- I Japanese Los...

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. — 25 February 1904

Northwest News FINDS LOST RELATIVE Thomas Murphy Found in a Coeur d'Alene Mine. WALLACE, Idaho, Feb. 23. —Nearly twenty year ago Thomas Murphy left his home in St. Paul and came west. After a f» j w years' absence his rel atives lest all trace of him. but be lieved be was engaged in mining In Idaho and Montana. After the death of his parents, in or der to settle up the estate, the pres ence of Thomas Murphy was required, or legal proof of his death Believing that his half-brother could he located n, the mining districts of either Ida ho or Montana. John Stout undertook the task of locating him. After a search of several months he finally reached the Coeur d'Alenes. He fi nally obtained a situation in the Hercules mine and while working there became acquainted with another miner by tie 1 name of Murphy. In a conversation which occurred lately between the two Murphy chanced to remark that he was the son of Dr. Murphy of si. PauL A few questions showed that his long search had been rew...

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. — 25 February 1904

m\) m mum YORK MILLIONAIRE MAKES HIS L'TTLE CHILDREN EN DURE MANY HARDSHIPS. Frederick H. Allen's Peculiar Ideas of What Is 3est for Littie Fo!Us. N'.-u V*>rk World Says: "If ... [looseveil should visit the . ... jvs old Harvard classmate, Kredertok H. Allen, up at Bolton Pri .. pel ham manor, he would there , r . , opportunity to see his ideal of rh< life strenuous carried out. There i s fire children, two boys and ~, sjirls, are brought up in a way ~, ; would n'arm the cockles of the s heart. No coddling for youngMers. even though their father is a millionaire. rXo macaroons or pastries or heavy furs or thick woolens for this five. In summer a S j , .[,. p]ip of a garment will suffice. No shoes or stockings arc allowed ex cept tor th. formal midday luncheon, when all live are allowed to come to the table. In winter wanner clothing, but bare legs and arms, with only little low sandals and the shortest soi ks as a compromise between the conventions and Mr. Allen's ideas of wha...

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 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 Biz 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 i 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 fair. Friday increasing cloudiness with light tain or snow. HARRY DKBUS IS Aid. RIGHT. Deputj County Clerk Harry Debus leaves office with .1 record for efficiency and fidelity of which any man might feel proud. Harry never had more friends than lie has now in both par ties ami it he should rare to make the race for ...

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 February 1904

HEALTH is the Most Important In buying food-products, several things are to be thought of —i. c., Economy, Results, Easy Handling, Reliability, but the most important is Health. Health means everything. In buying clothes, shoes, hats, furniture, etc., if the buyer is deceived and gets an imitation the only harm is loss of money. In buy ing food-products, if imitations are sup plied, there is not only a loss of money, but perhaps an injury to health —which is beyond price. Remember these facts zuhen buying baking powder. ROYAL BAKING POWDER ABSOLUTELY PURE urn m subject COMMISSIONERS ORDER COUNTY TREASURER TO ACCEPT A PARTIAL PAYMENT. Board Makes Several Changes in As sessment to Remedy Errors Made by Assessor. Ry the following order passed by the county commissioners the First Na tio ial and Baker-Boyer National banks of this city have been allowed to make h partial payment of the taxes levied atcainst the stock of those institutions: It is hereby ordered by the board that the count...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
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