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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 29 February 1904

I Northwest News j COURT REVERSES ITSELF Overrules Opinion Recently Handed Down In Tacoma Case. OLYMPIA, Feb. ».—-The supreme court has overruled its recent opinion recently handed down in the Tacoma case of Lirockway vs. Abbott, reported in 74 Pacific (Wash.), 1069. and thereby disposed of a large number of motions for dismissals of appeals that were based upon th • titling in the case men tioned. The case derided is the Lincoln coun ty case of John O'Connor, appellant, vs F. M. Ligbthizer, et al., respondents. The respondents based a motion for dismissal of appeal upon the ruling in Brocfcway vs. Abbott. In the latter case the court held that notice of ap peal should be served ou the sureties T>n a non-residence cost bond, and had dismissed the appeal for failure to comply with that requirement. In re versing itself, the court simply reviews a number of decisions along this line, but only reverses the case mentioned, denies tin* motion of Lighthizer et al.. lor dismissal, thus ...

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. — 29 February 1904

\\m OF THE STATE NEARLY 2500 PERSONS UNDER THE CARE OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON. penitentiary Contains 667 Inmates— State Board Finishes the Investi gation of State Institutions. . Granl Xeal, H. T. Jones [esse T. Mills, members of the ~, ; of control, have returned i ,-mpia, after Inspecting all of the tutions, with the exception orting soldiers* home and the ! steilacoom, whicdi were in . .., ;. ,i last month. ,| 0 f the institutions were ,i to be rowded and a recommen :i probably be made for an ni.ronriation to cover the expense of tdditionai accommodations at ~„, Walla Walla and Medical [h all the slate has nearly 2500 under its .are in the different institutions, and the number is in ■sing rapidly. Steilacoom now h;is son inmates while there were 667 at Walla and 113 at Medical Lake. Xi c board will make its next inspec rioi trip in June, when salaries of the ,fK( ials and their assistants will be 1,, , flays the board of control SSU e ;i call for bids for supplies to b< furn...

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. — 29 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 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 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 light rain or snow; Tues day fair. WITHOUT COMPETITIVE BIDS. The follow ing article appears in the Omaha I >aily .News; Before the contract is awarded for the purchase of the new fire engine required by the depart ment, there will be a determined tight between competing manufac turers, and another clash between...

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. — 29 February 1904

HI OF DISCOURSES DR pay PALMER DELIVERED FIVE SERMONS IN WALLA WALLA YESTERDAY. Enthusiastic Meeting in the Afternoon at the Congregational Church— Spoke to Convicts. I . Palmer, now assisting in • igs at the First Baptist this city delivered five ser j,, i,). he preached to the men ~ penitentiary on "The Five i ~~. .! Light House." The men were tlv moved by the address. ,tjj , m . Dr. Palmer preached to ise at the Baptist church hi "The Vision of Glory.' This was pronounced one of Dr. Palmer's best 12:15 he addressed the Sunday Text My Son Give Me Heart." Many young people .vm-essed a desire to be Christians I |U j tl ;, number united with this \, 3 p. m Mr. Palmer addressed a mass meeting al the First Congrega tional church. There was a splendid audience. Dr. Palmer's theme was, •The Seven Golden Altars of Tem neraiK c." The lecture was enthusi asticalh received. The people broke Into applause and would have done so again but the speaker requested them not to do so. The lecture wa...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 29 February 1904

TUIUirN OF TRUTH "FOOLISHNESS JO THE GREEKS, TO THE JEWS A STUMB LING BLOCK." Rev. Andreas Bard Delivers an Able Sermon at St. Paul's Episco pal Church. At St Paul's Episcopal church last -dght Rev. Audi-.-as Hard delivered a most aWe and eloquent discourse, choosing 1»i — text from I Corinthians, verses i to In part he said: Paul preached .under difficulties. He lid not address complacent audiences, was not surrounded by magnificent chairs, bad no prerogative of indulging jii cant because he took his text from tbe Bible. His mission was no soft snap. The crowds he attracted in the streets were not only sceptical but positively irreverent would laugh at inytbing they could not understand, ■would hiss the orator as quickly as ipplaud him and bad no hesitation to lo him violence whenever he failed to please. Yon remember that Christ barely, escaped being stoned after Same of bis stirring sermons. Stephen died proclaiming truths. Paul was ■.ast into prison. The peacable as sembly I hav...

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. — 29 February 1904

WALLA WALLA MARKETS REVISED DAILY. Retail Prices. ti,p selling quotations on the lo <;al market are: Svga , per 100 lbs. $6.10 to $6.50. Cheese—Per lb. 25c. Vegetables -Potatoes, per sack, 75c. Onions Per 100 lbs., $1.50 Cabbage Per 100 lbs. $1.25. Per lb. lc. Celery—Pel doz. bunches 40c. Sweet potatoes —Per lb sc. | A , .. .... per box. 75c to $1.25. Fruits (oanges per doz., 40c to 6#c Lemons per u\>/.. 25c to 30c. Eggs per duz. 30c. Country, per roll 40c and 50c. Creamery, per roll, 70c. I loui Per bbl. $4.20 to $4.60. Graham flour per 50-lb sack, $1.20. Whole wheat flour per - k, $1.20, Rolled Oats per lb. 5c Hay Baled per ton. Alfalfa. $16; Wheat $18; Timothy $20. Bran Per ton, $16; shorts, per ton, $17; rolled barley, per ton. $20 and $21. pish— Per Ib. Salmon 15c: Halibut r r..( - Soles 10c; Perch 12% c; Rock Cod l-' 1 Herring, 10c; Crabs 25c; Oysters Eastern in qt. cans, 65c to 75c. Meats—Beef- Porterhouse steak Sulci:, steak 15c, round steak, 12% c, shoulder steak 10c....

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. — 29 February 1904

!.q ji.il I #js®te I i oww<p J 1 H This Bank will be opened jS II SATURDAY Evenings Q iHj 6:00 to 8:00 Kg jT£4 foi th- accommodation of mm $Hj those who cannot call at Eg I °ther |g £::::::: :;z&i T ' College Place bread is like home made bread at Muntinga.'s. Pies, cakes, bread rightly baked at Alheit's bakery, 211 West Main. Phone Main 115. The real estate firm of Slater & Sherrod, formely Slater ft Slater, has removed to moms directly over Bean's furniture store, on Main street. 5. PER CtNI. PER ANNUM. Your money safely invested, with risk eliminated, earning 5 per cent, payable semi-annually, subject to withdrawal at any time. Our business established over 13 years, is non-spec ulative and under supervision of tin state auditor Inter State Building Loan <X.- Trust association. Trustees: F. W. Paine. Wm. O'Donnell. EL H. Nixon. <".. W. Whitehouse and I. W. Dice Jackson will tell you all about it. t A Horse's Toilet- ♦ J is not complete without a good ft T comb am...

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

THE EVENING STATESMAN. VOLUME XXX. FPEKATORS AND MINERS (fail to Agree at Their Joint Conference. HOT, SESSION THIS MORNING The Dove of Arbitration Flew Out the Window—Came Near Being F-ee Fight. [XDIAXAPOLIS, Mar.b I.—What .... ; pi v 'i. ally to goodbyes be ,„ the operators and union miners I, th< ■ entral competitive district, Illinois. Indiana and Perm- B , ... ci i said at noun today at T:> h • convention. Prophets of 8 | ithoi ity predb t a great strike ~, April I. Hot spe.-ches w.-re made by Join Mitchell and Robbins. presi lei •ofl he 1 'ittsburg < 'oal < 'o. Rob bins charged that the anthracite labor delegates present were there to pack Pi nventioh, whereupon the arbi tration dove Itevv out the window. Robbins was hooted and a riot seem ed imminent. Wedded In Westminister Abbey. LONDON. M uch l. The first mar riage solemnized in Westminister ab L FIRST Display of Spring Styles 1 Men's Hats c the arrival of the SPRING STYLES in Derby, Fedoras, of proportions in b...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 1 March 1904

♦ *»*>♦♦♦*>♦ *»*»*»♦»»*»«» v 7 | Northwest News j LAID PLANS FOR CRIME Seattle Police Arrest Man and Woman on Charge of Conspiracy. At Seattle Saturday T. S. Penton, a waiter in a First-avenue restaurant, and Mrs. Adolph Michael son, wife <>f a machinist, have been ar rested by the police and lodged in jail. They are accused by tbe officers with forming a conspiracy to murder Adolph Michaelson, the husband of the woman. With these arrests the police believe they have solved the mystery sur rounding the murderous assault made on Michaelon at bis home last Sun day night. According to the officers, Penton ami Mrs. Michaelson have for a long tune been on intimate terms. Tli.' offi< ' is say that they have evi dence t.. show that Alts. Michaelson. and her lover concocted a plan whereby .Mnhaelson was to lie murdered, and they were to he married after Mrs. Michaelson had collected the money on a $3000 lib- insurance policy held by her husband. Tbe police do not say that eit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 1 March 1904

fOSTOFHCE ROBBED , CF aT ATHENA BLOWN OPEN $AFt AN D FORTY DOLLARS STOLEN. ? Fourth Robbery of the Kind in Uma tilla County Within a Month. . the postoffiee at Athena n Monday morning and i ish stolen. An entrance building was effected by boring ear door and removing ~ ~. the door. Two charges of used in blowing open ~ the front of the safe being demolished. ... explosion which shattered the hi j W as heard all over town, rowd rushed down to the I. ;. thinking an attempt was being ~, that building, but on .... the bank Cashier Fay Le re: - i,. ivas the first to reach the foui d that nothing had been molested there, and the crowd then • to the postoffiee, finding the safe door blowi into fragments and the tools ivjng on the floor, but the rob- They had made quick work of rifl ing the safe after the explosion, as no saw them, as the people rushed Kisl the postofflee down to the bank building and bj the time the crowd retun ed to the postoffiee no trace of This :s the fourth safe blown...

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. — 1 March 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 60 One month by carrier 66 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 and Wednesday light rain Or snow, colder tonight. With the big commission he allows himself on all sales to the city of Walla Walla it is no wonder that the Port land agent of eastern manufacturers of fire engines and apparatus, street rollers, etc, can offer free trips to Portland for the inspection of his waies. ...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 1 March 1904

HEALTH is the Most Important The manufacturers of Royal Baking Powder have had forty years of scientific experience. Every method of bread-and-cake rais ing has been exhaustively studied in this country and abroad. The result is a perfect product in Royal Baking Powder. There is no substitute for it. The purity and efficiency of Royal Baking Powder have been com mended by the highest authorities. These facts mean two important things to all housekeepers: First: that Royal Baking Powder is healthful and makes wholesome food. Second: that Royal Baking Powder makes food good to taste. ROYAL BAKING POWDER ABSOLUTELY PURE GILLIS M CHARGE, He Assumed Duties of Receivership of Land Office. A .J. Gillis i his morning assumed the duties of the position of receiver of' 4 the ;<•< il land office in this city this morning. \. C. Blalock, fire retiring i iver turned over to his successor all the books and papers 01 the office and has t;<ken up the practice of his profession with his fat...

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. — 1 March 1904

| Amusements j Charles Edwin Inslee, of the Baker Theatre .ompany at Portland, Ore., has been loaned by Manager George L. Baker ro Paul Gilmore, the star of "The Mummy and the Humming Bird." When Gilmore was presenting his John Drew success at the Marquam Grand at Portland, his leading man. G. Arthur fielding, suddenly disap peared a few minutes before the sec ond performance of the engagement without leaving a trace of his where abouts, in ibis emergency Manager Baker agi I to loan Inslee to Mr. Gilmore until the latter can secure ihe scr.: "- of some player from the east Mr. Fielding, the actor who dis appeared s > suddenly and mysteri ously, went to Spokane, Wash., after leaving Portland, and there blew his brains out at the door of Florence Roberts. Before leaving Portland so unceremoniously Yielding asked for a position 'ii the Baker Theatre com-! piny. "The Bostomans" Wednesday Night. ore of the most brilliant audiences that e\er gathered in a Xew York theater, greeted the ...

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. — 1 March 1904

WALLA WALLA MARKETS ' —~ Prevised Retail Prices. The selling quotations on the lo cal market are: p, > pip lbs. $6.10 to $6.50. Cheese— Per lb. 25c. . . Potatoes, per sack, 65c. ,I, ions Per 100 lbs., $3.50. Per 100 lbs., $2.00. Beets- Per lb. lc. Celery—Per doz. bunches 40c. > g w eet j etatoes—Per lb sc. j " v Per box. $1.25 o $2.00. I K ru its Oranges per doz., 30c to 60c. j j ons per doz. 25c to 30c. Eggs —Per doz. 25c. ..... ~ , .ay. per roll 40c and' c „. Creamery, per roll, 70c. | I our i • bbl. 54.20 to $4.60. Graham flour per 50-lb sack, $1.20. Whole whe • pi r sa< k. $1.20, Rolled Oats 1 HaJ Baled per ton. Alfalfa, $16; Wheat U*; Timothy $20. Bran Per ton, $16; shorts, per ton, 117 rolled barley, per ton. $20 and $21. Fisji—Per lb. Salmon 15c; Halibut 1. soles 10c; Pen h 12'ic; Rock Cod, 12%; Her: mg. 10c; Crabs 25c; Oysters, Eastern in qt. cans, 65c to 75c. Olynipia, bulk qt. 70c. aieats— Beef —Porterhouse steak 17*4 Snica'steak 15c. round steak, 12Vfec. shoulder...

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. — 1 March 1904

|i j L.ELAKS B 1 J3apK!> 1 S3 § * '-3 - H This Bank will be opened g| §1 SATURDAY Evenings || 6:00 to 8:00 fdi tti" accommodation of &j fttj th«>s.- wim cannot call at WM College Pi n c bread is .like home made bread at Muntinga's. Pies, cakes, bread rightly baked at Alheit's bakery. 211 West Main. Phone Maiu 115. Tbe real estate firm of Slater & Sherrod formely Slater Slater, has removed to rooms directly over Bean's furniture stare, on Main street. 5. PER CtNI. PER ANNUM. Your money safely invested, with risk eliminated, earning 5 per cent, payable semi-annually, subject to withdrawal at any time. Our business established over I.'! years, is non-spec ulative and under supervision of the state auditor. Inter state Building L<oaa & Trust association. Trustees: F. \v. Paine, Wm. O'Donnell, EL H. Nixon C, W. Whit el,use and I. W. Sims. Dice St Jackson will tell you all about it. ; A Horse's Toilet— ♦ 7 is not complete without a good ft J comb and brush. We carr}' ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 2 March 1904

THE EVENING STATESMAN. VOLUME XXX. THE SMOOT INQUIRY President Joe Smith a Witness. NtPHEW Of THE MORMON MARTYR Hi Test hes on Belief of the Church and His Powers and Duties. WASHINGTON. March 2. —Investi- gation of the right of Senator Reed Smoot of Utah to retain his seat, he being an apostle of the Mormon church, was begun this morning by set ate committee on privileges and elections. The room was crowded with witnesses from Utah, representatives of various organizations and others in- I rested in the ease. President Joseph Sn th. the highest official of the Mor mon church, was the first witness. On the lapel of his coal was a button an inch in diameter bearing tbe picture of bis uncle, the founder, patriarch and martyr of the church. Smith affirmed instead of being sworn. He was ex amined by Former Congressman Tay loi of Ohio, of counsel for the oppo •- tion. Snath said he had been a res ident of Salt Lake since IX4S. He FIRST Display of Spring Styles i ! Men's Hats ) :,. um -e ...

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. — 2 March 1904

| Northwest News ♦ INDIAN SECRETES $12,000 Nez Perce Brave Dies With Secret of Buried Treasure Untold. CULDESAC. Idaho, March 2. —Five miles from Culdesac, on the Lapwai road, is a rudely constructed frame dwelling house which marks the place where Reuben Wapshell, a Xez Perce Indian, lived and died with the secret of a hidden fortune. On this little plot of land Wapshell lived with his squaw for sixty years. He tilled a small patch of ground and raised a great many cayuses, which ran at large on the neighboring range. From Horses and Rent. From the proceeds, of the sale of horses and the rent which he received for land which he leased to whites he had accumulated more than $12.0uu, which he kept buried in a secret spot on the ranch. He had four children — two boys and two girls. Amos, the eld est son. was the old Indian father's confidant, and often went with his father in the dead of night to a hid ing place to bury the proceeds of a sale of some horses, or would go alone to get a...

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. — 2 March 1904

ii) TEACH MlliilOA EDUCATIONAL LEADERS ARE HOLDING 9ECOND ANNUAL CONVENTION. | n r| l ides AM the Prominent Divines and T»achers in United States and Canada. PHILADELPHIA, Pa.. March 2.— • rial leaders from all parts -of ited States and Canada, inelud hall a hundred college presidents ~r of essors and a score of eminent ~. in Philadelphia for the ~. ,1 animal ( (invention of the re . ... education association. The ention will last three days, open evening with a public meeting the Academy of Music. the address <>f welcome and ... ~.,,! the president's annual i (n . eS !! by Dean frank K. Sanders, i ;.■ divinity school, three addres- The Bible in Religious Expe wtll be delivered, as follows: • -| ts (•] ique Value and Character as an ~1-eter of Life," Professor Thomas j! Union Theological seminary; Us Adequacy* in Dealing With the and Emergencies of Life." Rt. l>ev. Alexander Mackay-Smith. bishop itoi of the diocese of Pennsyl , m ia; its Importance as a Factor in promoting ...

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. — 2 March 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 Biz months 8 50 One month by carrier 66 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-M'RAE, and Is by far the best report pub lished in Walla Walla. iffiWICIAL 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 ami Thursday fair. A joint debate between Councilman Smith and Purchasing Agent Long of Portland on the question of grafts ■would undoubtedly draw as big a crowd at the next meeting of the coun cil as is expected at tbe Reilly-Mullan boxing contest. Wheat m the form of flour is ship ped from Minnesota to Seattle and ...

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. — 2 March 1904

.H DOE ANDREW ELMER SKETCH O c THE PIONEER WHO RECENTLY DIED AT BAKER CITY. Served as County Judge of Baker County Four Years—Resided in Walla Walla. Th< Raker City Democrat publishes ... following sketch of the life of the , t Andrew Ball Elmer, who died i" that city a few days ago: Judg< Elmer was hern in Belleville, 0l ~, io , Canada. June 19, 1828. He ~ educated in tbe Toronto college ~» law and was a practicing barrister (: . Neville for four years. In 1860 ~, moved to California and In 1863 ,i n Waiia Walla, Wash., where he f O , , time practiced assaying. Mr. Elmei removed with his family to Ba kei City in August, 1875. During the he nsited the Stickeen river min listrict in Alaska, which has since became so famous. Prom 1879 to 1883 Mr. Elmer was county judge of Baker ty, which office be filled with hon or and satisfaction. Mr. Klnier and Miss Delphine Per rault were married February 22. 1854, in Belleville, Canada. Of this union Charles A. lamer, of Lewiston, Idaho. a...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
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