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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 8 March 1904

HOWARD KYLE, in "ROSEMARY." Howard Kyle's Initiation in Musicales. Howard Kyle's lirst musicale has just con •• ' Me 1 I The star of "Rose mary." which comes to the Walla Walla theatre on Friday. March 11, recalls witn some humi'ity his first entrance into high society. This oc currence look place lcng before the dawn of Mr. Kyle's bright day as a mathc • idol. It was in Brooklyn some years 0.m.. y 1 p, Kyle was t - ken in charge by a young cousin who bore him triumphantly to a musicale given by a very smart set in the city of churches Mr. Kyle did not like mus ieales and he was re?tless and un happy, ipj A long hiired artist was pounding net a s - ••■ of v.. n ,hic«>hTl SMIgS from an injured via no and the entire assemblage listened in rapt and rev erent silence. At the close of the Murray and Mack ,;c-xt Monday Night. One of the leading noveltiss in the ! ■ 'd: t. . . ison and ore wh.ch has been meeting with marlcTrbl succecr, , those f"nnv feilows. Murray and Meek, in their y....

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 8 March 1904

CN THE STOOL OP REPENTANCE where the man will find himsell /WWMnil\ tUat takes his linen to any laundry hUt the Waila Walla steam Laundry. /§I\2!"!S St your c ° ns cience don't, prick you (?- ' yOUr col!ar s aiid cuffs may, and make : V /M\ 70U appreciate tne smooth edges, soft uatton-holes aad exquisite color anri fCpfjf jf rf /TTn vS* 1 W JsT jf f J\u 6nish that you can always rely on re )*VV\ jf j M fIM rJ! ce ™g from the Walla Walla Steam Laundry. PILGRIMAGE iN THE SPRING Dtasiiobors Is Simply Smouldering. iVLXNTPEG. Man., March B.—A. dispatch says that A. O. mounted policeman, who is through Vancouver for the Yw- I - one of the police guarding i Dukhobors in the Forkton district d seven mounted policemen are now the Dukhobors of that settle mßt [ n S pite of the fact that their • i, , peter Veregin, is doing time in V jail and three other famous n b . iders are in the Brandon hei l< aders have sprung up ; ~ nstantly firing the imaglna the people and urging them to m • nother...

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

PATRONIZE 1 Genera! Banking H ; ALSO : I Savings Department fsß * 4 per cent. Interest Paid jrjij ii2i.i***i*ss I i .*» * •\ ■ i • • ■»••— SAIOOISMAN HELD UP. Robber Gets Sr.iaii Sum of Money at Pendleton. At Pendleton this morning H. Ken nedy, night bartender in the Last Chance saloon, was held up by a rob ber at the point of a revolver, and made to deliver up he had in th€ rash register. The robber then left the saloon and made good his escape. Indiana Master Plumbers. TERRE HAUTE, Ind.. March B.— The Indiana Association of Master Plumbers assembled in annual conven tion here today with delegates, about 500 in number, present from all the targe cities of the state. The sessions will continue two days and will be •lev* ted to a disc ussion of wages, sup plies and various other matters of in terest and importance to the trade. M s. Nuritch—l want to get a pair of swell ..lute gloves to wear to a ball. Clerk ITes'm. How long do you want them? Mrs. Nuritch —See here, young man, I ain'...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 9 March 1904

THE EVENING STATESMAN. VOLUME XXX. SEN. BACON PROTESTS Frederick Ihe Great's Statue Not Wanted. N)l MIIiNG fOR A REPUBLIC s President Made Mistake in Ac cepting It—The Army Appro priation Biil Passes. WASHINGTON, Much 9.—During - leration of the army bill in the ite. Bacon denounced the purpose : thi government to erect the statue I Frederick the Great, presented by (lerman emperor in the nation's He thought the emperor's se ll advised and the acceptance of the gift by the president too hasty. i : lared that such a statue was not 'el rd with the wishes of the peo- The sen ite passed the army appro pi bill without material modifi- The ?ei ite passed the Philippine Violence Ceases. SPRINGFIELD, 0., March H.—With irrival of soldiers this morning S Bring Us j! Your Butter and Eggs } - ■ We Are Always Glad to Get Them v edskl Tomorrow Extra Fancy Sweet Navel ! ORANGES | 20 cents per dozen loiter-Wheeler Co. 5-5-7-9 Main. 6 and 8 South Third Sts. Phone, Main 65 \ Baseball Season Here \ : ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 9 March 1904

Northwest News INSURANCE MAN IN PRISON. Thomas B. Fahey Arrested at Seattle On Charge of Embezzlement. SEATTLE. Wash.. March 'J.—Thos. Ti. Fancy, a well-known insurance agent and real estate dealer of Seattle, has been arrested on the charge of embezzling $400 belonging to the Pa clfic Mutual Insurance company of California. The arrest was made upon telegraphic advices from Sonoma coun ty, California, where Fahey was in dicted by the grand jury February 10, on the charge of embezzlement. Fa hey formerly lived in California. He gave bond for his appearance at pre liminary trial Tuesday, the specific case to be fleeing from justice. Fahey refuses to discuss the case at this time other than to say it is all a mistake and will be explained in due time. STOVE CAUSES DISASTER Custodian of Great Falls Public Parks Loses Life In Flames. GREAT FALLS. Mont., March !».— As a result of a fire which is thought to have been caused by the explosion Of a small gasoline cooking stove, Rob ert Scott,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 9 March 1904

a fighting nm% MINISTER AND ONE OF HIS F _OCK FIGHT IN MILTON STREETS. P_- €3 rher Administers a Good Drubbing to Ctis Ingle and Pays a Fine. ;; , r. L. Cartwright, pastor of the stian church of Milton, and Otis ... one of the leading members and president of the Christian Endeav oeiety, as well as a leader in the ..... nee cause, engaged in a fistic t er this afternoon on Main says a special to the Oregonian v Milton. It appears trouble has brewing between these two ever ~ the appointment of Rev. Cart el to this charge two years ago, he was called from Kentucky. [ S a single man, and has won con dde favor with the fair sex of his congregation, much to the annoyance I gie, who is somewhat of a winnei This afternoon Cartwright called at I _ .'s place of business and asked h to take a walk. They were no te be engaged in an animated versation in which language was ,verheard unbecoming Christian gen men. When in front of the resi of one of the leading physicians of the city, they were s...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 9 March 1904

The Evening Statesman 1 . 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 1 furnished by SCRIPPS-M'RAE. and is by far the best report pub lished in Walla Walla. CITY OFFICIAL PAPER NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. Copy of change of advertisement must be delivered to the business of fice by the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. to insure insertion in the issue of even date. WEATHER. Tonight and Thursday occasional light rain or snow. A WISE SELECTK >N. The i-ity council did a wise thing in accepting the generous offer of a site, for the Carnegie library made by Mr. and Mrs. T. < '. Elliott Xo better lo cation could have been found than the triangular pint bounded by East Alder, Palouse and ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 9 March 1904

o\m by hood MAN V LARGE WHEAT FARMS vER E COMPLETELY WASHED OUT BY THE WATER. M cs Fence Destroyed—All Hany <«" streams Are Carrying Less v>, ter Today. . ived today from all see of Walla Walla county are to ■ ! t meat deal of damage ■~ fences and small buildings m i the various streams. , Commissioner Cornwell re ,l, ,[ at his farm near Waits* , ~ th< water was deep enough to urse, and that about a quajr . ~ , of his fence was destroy ,. ,i «.,vs tae roads leading to Dixie fi i> uful condition and much Kork II be required to put them in itj bridge crossing Dry ... ,i the Stanfield farm is reported lang rous condition. All .... , the piers have gone out and hi .... h is I n closed to traffic. the lowlands many acres of wheat w ■ ompletely washed out and . . _ grain entirely destroyed. \,„ lU | ;., . i-es of fall sown wheat was (,\-< I m the Philip Pentecost farm Spring Valley and other farmers j, t he same section report losses of a .'■. itei in Russell creek was very...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 9 March 1904

Amusements Murray and Mack Monday Night* Those funnj fellows. Murray an«l Mack, m their latest edition of the musical gayety, "A Xight On Broad way," with its Ping-Pong girls, college hoys, Parisian dancers, golf girls, news boys, etc., is announced as the attrac tion at the Walla Walla theater, March 14. This classification of this piece has caused the newspaper critics through out the country, much thought and worry, inasmuch as it borders on light opera, tingles with farce comedy, is extremely spectacular and cleverly admits of many modern specialties. In offering this production, the manage ment evidently intended to maintain the standard of former performances, and from all accounts, they have cer tainly succeeded in their endeavors. "A Xight On Broadway" is an elastic title, which does not confine the mem bers of the company to any particular walk in the dramatic highway, but allows them to wander off and change costumes, sing and dance, form stage pictures, illustrate fads of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 9 March 1904

0N THE STOOL OF REPENTANCE * Wbere tbe man will finJ nimselt nat lakPs his linen t0 ai) y laundry * Ut the Walla Walla Steam Laundry. rOf y ° Ur conscience don't prick you ffe< ycur coll ars and cuffs may, and make ll\rU ' YOU apprec^te the smooth edges, soft uuttou-holes and exquisite color and If Jt \U vIBT finish that you can always rely on re jjft V°f| ceivlng £rom the Walla Walla Steam APPROVED CONVENTION PLANS Republican Subcommittee Draws Up Scheme for Chicago Coliseum. WASHINGTON, March 9.—Many cements for the republican na onvention in the Coliseum at .Tune 21 have been completed. ~. - of the subcommittee met in : , of Postmaster General Payne chairman of the national com ••. and decided upon the details. Voting Secretary Dover was armed R ith .: blue print of the coliseum show the seats for the presiding officer • , mbers "f the national eommit listinguished visitors and dele ;• also showed what arrangements 1 been made for the accomodation • . rubers of the press and t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 9 March 1904

PATRONIZE : cJ> ft) . ,flr 1^ ::.i{. t::: :::: @ General Banking g ALSO !::: fj| Savings Department ffl * 4 per cent. Interest Paid They were uttering the tender non sense that succeeds the great question. "And." said the girl bravely, "if pov erty comes we will face it toother." "Ah, dearest," hi- replied, "the mere sight '>f your face would scare the wolf « way." And ever since be won fered why she • turned his ring. "Poundpiano says he is going to wrftl a 'Song Without Words.' Do you think he'll make, a success of it?" "I wouldn't be surprised. He's writ ten several songs without music. I know." For Sale Cheap. Two very deep lots, house, five rooms not including pantry and cellar. Stable for two horses and a cow, sev eral choice fruit trees; large number •f grape vines; many dowers, etc. Nice small home cheap. Inquire "W" Statesman office. Pie?, cakes, bread rightly baked at Alheit's bakery. L'll West Main. Phone Main 115. Collrsre Place bread is like home snad> ; bread ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 10 March 1904

THE EVENING STATESMAN. VOLUME XXX. POLYGAMY ADULTERY Distinction Drawn by Mormon Church. HOKE SMOOIY TESTIMONY TODAY Author of "Lives o fthe Apostles" on the Witness Stand —The Teasdale Case. WASHINGTON. March 10.—Andrew j ... issistant historian of the Mor . hurch wh<> prepared the book : Lives of the Apostles." was las a witness in the Smoot case this morning to tell where he obtained I his ml rmation. Most of it he said he . •■ i from previous publications of ti church. About Apostle Grant the witness said that Grant is reputed to I \ two wives. An academic disc US si o , f adultery ensued in which the • said that the Mormon people drew a clear distinction between the k di f adultery presented in Har mon's testimony yesterday and the act of living with plural wives. In re- I - ise to a question by McOomas the m - v • ess said that only general officers j ( liurch are required to obtain • the first presidency be j Bring Us | Your Butter and Eggs j - 1 We Are Always Glad to G...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 10 March 1904

Northwest News DANGEROUS CRIMINAL CAUGHT Seattle Officers Find Bullet Hole In Cracksman Sayrs' Shoulder. SEATTLE, March 10.—Evidence that John Sayrs. now in the city jail charged with trying to rob Seattle safes, is the partner of the cracksman killed during a revolver battle with a Spokane patrolman January 22, is now in the hands of the police department. Yesterday morning Detectives Kenne dy and Byrnes discovered a bullet wound in Sayrs' shoulder blade, sup posed by them to have been received during the Spokane encounter. Early in the morning of January 22 a Spokane officer found two burglars cracking a saloon safe. He had them in a trap. As they tried to escape he killed one and thought he wounded the other. BETRAYED HIS COUSIN After Three Years, John Thamer Is Arrested. SPOKANE, Wash.. March 10.— Through the betrayal of his identity by a cousin in quest of blood money, John Stuart, lately agent for the Equit able Life Assurance society here, is under arrest charged with forgeri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 10 March 1904

fli iHrJ (MM [AM sT fkflO WEST JUDICIAL Dl - VISION OP STATE OF WASH INGTON GOES. ...jiciary Committee Will Re- House J LJCA - J cr t Favorably on Congress man Jones' Bill. ,x, i)N, I). C, March 10.— ~; Washington is divided li, Lai districts during the . >s. and this is not prob trese 1 i unquestionably be along i\ie biM introduced by Rep jones. This bill provides md west district, the line following the summit of cascade mountains. Th . house committee on judiciary, ig the three representatives ... Washington, on their respective , to divide the state, reached the BJ us conclusion that an addi , . should be appointed in Washington, and they were almost as ~, ..,,,> s in concluding that the state A . ... livißed as suggested by Mr. , t her than as recommended by Ml nan or by Mr. Humphrey. In me report on the bill, the committee. or ,g other things, said: the basis of the number of cases j, lSe a of last year none of the pro divisions makes an equal ap menl of the business don...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 10 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 16 00 Btz months 1 60 One month by carrier 65 One week by carrier 16 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 1 furnished by SCRIPPS-M'RAE, and Is by far the best report pub lished in Walla Walla. 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 aiid Friday night rain; high east to south winds. A COMMON-SENSE REPORT. The report of the committee ap pointed by the Commercial Club to in vestigate the development work at Thomas springs ami to find a solution «jf the water problem tor this city was made to the club last night. It is a Strong, practical, common-sense docu ment and ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 10 March 1904

Good Health to the Children C hildren especially are fond of dainties, and the housekeeper must look carefully to their food. As good cake can be made only with good eggs, so also a cake that is health ful as well as dainty must be raised with a pure and perfect baking powder. Royal Baking Powder is indispensable in tlie preparation of the highest quality of food. It imparts that peculiar light ness, sweetness and 'flavor noticed in the finest cake, biscuit, doughnuts, crusts, etc., and what is more important, renders the food wholesome and agreeable to young and old. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., KIEW YORK. FORGERY HIS CRIME "COUNT" FREEDMAN, AN EX CONVICT, LANDED BY DETEC TIVES OF PORTLAND. Served a in the Walla Walla Penitentiary Seven Years * Ano. r\> the arrest in Victoria several a ** ' 'I the returning of Albert Guiler to Portland for trial, the es have landed one at the : '' v; essful k>rgers of the country, aid of the Pinkerton detec - ■ De "biiler has been iden- P Count" ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 10 March 1904

Amusements Howard Kyle Friday Night. Beptete with pathos, romance and •right cOmedj situations and dialogue. "Rosemary" the beautiful 18th century play tn which Howard Kyle and a cap able company will appear at the Walla Walla theater on Friday. March 11. combines al! the qualities essential to satisfy the most fastidious theater goer. Briefly, the story of "Rosemary" by Louis N. Parker and Murray Carson, concerns the elopemertt <>f "Dorothy Crulckshank." the daughter of an old sea captain, and William Westwood, an ensign in the East India service, whit, owing to an accident, accept the hospitality >>f "Sir Jasper Thorndyke" & bachelor of forty. "Sir .;asp«r" promptly falls in love with the young woman but his philanthropic spirit prompts him to overcome his affection ■ad smooth over matters.for the elop ing; couple. The play enjoyed a sea son's run at the Empire theater, Xew lerk. At Hinh 3:hoo!. The Glee club from the Washington State college of Pullman is promisin...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 10 March 1904

yf\ CN THE STOOL OF REPENTANCE WNt h Where the ma " will find himself that take s his linen f*o any laoadrv Sut the w aila Walla Steam Laumry. /O 1 W y ° Ur conscience dou't prick yor. , OUf COllars 111(1 c "ff3 may, and make ?0U aPPreclate the smooth soft apyppy (wl and exquisite color and f jf\Q \W &UjSh that you 0411 alwa s's rely on re- TO ceivin ß from the Walla Walla Steam R ErORMERS TRAP THE POLICE York Detectives Shadow Men and Point to Flagrant Abuses. PHICAGO March 10.—A solution of , , problem In Chicago that .., the police department to and furnish sociologists , . - with data concerning f | to be the bone and sin me-preventing forces in the ,ni be offered in a few days, ~,,,-t concerning the work of itrolmen, who have been .■ . nance by three New York . vefi will be submitted to a re ization by which they were t will show a startling i oralization among men ~ ~. en ployed to protect the lives ... .. ty of residents in localities ..... has been rampant, and mess, loa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 10 March 1904

PATRONIZE mm y J L ELAy 5 "Ml ~ XfTf £3 General Banking m § ALSO || |j Savings Department Bp £ :r* 4 per cent. Interest Paid Chicago Dog Show Opens. CHICAGO, HI.. March 10. —A bench Bfeos* under the auspices of the Chi cago Kennel club opened in the First Begimenl armory today. .More than lMt ot all classes are on exhibi tion, ill< luding some of the most val uable canines in the country. Among the cities representee at the show are Milwaukee, Xew Fork, Kansas City. Grand Rapids, Detroit and St. Louis. Judging was commenced soon after the opening today and will be continued until the show (loses Satin day night. For Saie Cheap. Two very deep lots, house, five rooms not including pantry and cellar. Stable for two horses and a cow. sev eral choice fruit trees; luge number of grape vines; many flowers, etc. Nice small home cheap. Inquire "W" Statesman office. Pies. cak»s. bread rightly baked at Albeit s bakery, 211 West Main. Phone Main 115. College Place bread is like home tnade br...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 11 March 1904

VOLUME XXX. • RESPITE FOR COLLINS Missouri Bank Robber Not Hanged Today. KILLED PINKERTON DETECTIVE History of ths Crime of Which He Was Convicted and of His Arrest. ST. LOUIS, Mo.. March 11.—Gov kery has granted a respite to George Collins, one of the Union bank , bbers and murderers, the youthful do, who was to be hanged to .,\ in the county jail at Union, and the cxci at ion will not take place until the 2Sth inst. The specific crime for Tins is to pay the death pen alty was the murder of C. J. Sehu her, a Pinkerton detective, who ls , n ember of the posse that sought t tpture Collins and his pal, William i... ifter the daring robbery of bank. Rudolph is yet to be tried for his part in the crime. find mything like a parallel to the ireer of these two youthful des t : es il is necessary to turn back - records of Missouri to the Bring Us j j Your Butter and Eggs We Are Always Glad to Get Them ) . — ; ■ Special Tomorrow i Extra Fancy Sweet Navel I ORANGES 20 cents per dozen ~ Motter...

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