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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 1 September 1903

THE OLD RELIABLE. fpi ||| POWDER Absolutely Pure HERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE | BRIEF IGGfiL liS OF TODAY I latives in Walla Walla for a S. S. Morr a well known Prescott Presi ti Sp< ctator, was in the city ti; a." •ir. Jones :- interested some I 1 it That New I I I IL SL t 1 6 I ■, I thinking of buying this . Walla Wallas Mattress a | " : kes a special business of Mattresses, an item of house-fur- fl we consider of th e greatest importance. $ ou can find here every kind of a mattress and every 3 | nt to this -'-<■ call your particular attention to cur I I . I :ilua Felt Mattress I I san ! !" ;' ' " I atent felt thai is made of best clear, white, long I tn ated. A bale of this felt, 50 inches thick, is H size. Enclosed in an extra fine quality of Art Tick- B U • row of tufting all around edges Body with or | preferred. They never crow hard or lumpy. Price ■ \ * Money hack after 60 days if not satisfied. B A Good medium Hattress I white Cotton .Mattress, made in full size in a good B ...

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 September 1903

111 *^ 8 That rare comLination —high quality | I and low price. Sold everywhere. || I Save the Bands | Two bands from Recru.t Cigars are equa. I on< iig r am Star Tobacco in securing presents. fli * ► i ♦ t ! * ■» * ■ - • i • i * v » ♦ )s kfORK LETTER ■ >. - •• .'• ♦. ►♦•♦©♦ ." •-• .• ♦ i • • *i : «- ■ ■ ■ i ri us, . liqiiiH .«••:! . .a> i ;. tne tanious k'.'ili b roun ik.rs c: il — 11. the <■ ush a; the ?Janhattan so many fatal accidents, the Poulson i lan seeing niost practicable and may eventual!} be adopted. This ears around the terminus on l! -I »p ia sections of five a ■ rhe lars stopping on the i »rth roadway will discharge pas* igers and then will be hurriedly • over the loop to the south road where steps will be made to » passengers traveling Brook • ■ this method Is that it will B«rv< to keep th > incoming and out and relieve control of the city government at t b 4; !- v. *s i fsill, it will rpcfiivp s for vi ! meßi.s. mis means that the new administratio...

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 September 1903

Saw Edges ja rs or WALLA \ iLLA STEAM LAUNDRY COMING EVENTS. Spokane September 29 Qgton National Guard en • nt, n< ar American lake, Sep ntion of County Superin . s, Olympia, September 28-30. Coast Fire Chiefs, Olyni ,in Oregon Pioneer reunion. I f " U m '°" 0t „- lia - Wk Portland, September L m. f lirs Carnivals, Etc. ta, Tacoma, September 6. al Walla Walla AugustSl ington State Fair. North Ya [nterstate Fair, Spokane, October Di Fair, Klamath Fair. • \ , «• t tair ;;t Grangeviile. I I YOU KINOVV j 12 TO 14 HOURS AHEAD | • ■ ■■ competitors? | rt DO YOU PREFER I news tomorrow morning.' lour t* ■ • isilv sruessed. Then subscribe ft rHE I VENINQ STATESMAN. § we give the results of the I races the day they occur. I YOU NOTICED 1 ent job printing done at the >• E IAN PRINTERY—the super- 1 finish? This desirable result is | tbout by skilled printers of wide f icnee, ideas in plenty, also by new I L ' c 1 material lately received. | Now About Your Printing satisfactory ? Do you thi...

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 September 1903

| j J THEaccounts and other J } I affairs of our eusto- % t mers are kept strictly 2 <'. ■ # private. I < _ 5 i \ J. L. I:LAM. j [\\n PRECOCIOUS YOUTHS. Sallied Forth On Horseback In the Dead of Night To Steal —Sent to Reform Sciiooi. Two ■ reeoeious young criminals. ' Frank f».nd Charles Smith were up before Judge Huffman this afternoon a charge of petty larceny. By their own admission considerable disappearance of numerous sets of i-oi I up. [j was only after considerable ■ 11-». t' l- »^ ( > older of < scanad's bui Charles ; i bright witted little fellow of 11 years told ( isina . - been ABOLISHING TOE F! N E SYSTEM, t ci' 'i >U v :ouncl] nas come a i.e.!;::!'! woman and the munici !•:■. , y thai levies tribute from this i flu dttanci that has h• m c Ilectdl monthly has ; . .. ; ii nt as a police r< ?ulatii a. At the same rime it has ; ■ i da city it s< M in ji ! abo it the same category as the pander and in the eyes of the never an;. \;'li'i excuse for levyi...

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. — 2 September 1903

30. SEATTLE'S STRIKE ifreet Car Company's , New Role. W — SSM/tS A IABOR UNION rrades Council Boycotts All Freight Handled by Non- Sjr.icn Teamsters. has boycotted all I ! v non-unionist team transfer company, i has offered stock to rs and is has got some aow 25 non-union I ~_^ < TH EN SUICIDE. -en~ lorcc ai the time. The V 1 '• son was a baggage mov :ra- ■ . and w hen s , NIVPP MUST HANG. I i > s> pt. 2. The motion I a] for Alfred Knapp. the I . - had been found guilty wife, was overruled • • .2.- The court has r 12th for Knapp's cxc- ICE FOR A TITLE. Sept. 2.—May Godot, of N « 5 S to $20.1100.000 is to Duke of Roxburgh. The -Aem was announced today. Miss Goelel accompanied by Mrs. melius Vand rbilt recently arriv- Englai on the same steam the duke was a pas'sen -'" :.. were coming to see the aces Miss Goelet is the heir 'sß '" ••- •••• • which she will re is 27; she is now 21 • * Th duke is 27 and owns ites yield tg an annual income of is E >w a guest of Miss mother at...

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 September 1903

HAVE A DEAD LINE Bawdy Houses Shouid Be Kept West of Third St. OPIMO\ 01 MViKAI COUNCIIMEN Matter Brought Up Last Night by John Rohn Complaining of Two Houses in Rose Between Second and Third. It Walla Waila is to tolerate hot.-, i i ill fame, they must be kept west of Third street and out of the residence district of the city. That was the opinion several members of the council expressed last night when John .1. Rohn, through his attorney lohn H. P< digo, complained of two bawdy 1,,;,.,-: in Rose street between Second and Third streets which are ~ „;„u<7 ~, thf lJohn rest in ciose proximiij to ii. iwuu dence. Chief Browtt was instructed to investigate the situation between now and tiie nest regular council meeting and report to tiie council. Tim chief did not look particularly i l I prospect of delving in to affairs of the half world but Mr. Rohn' com plaint will be given care- The council had grist of business I i' .: ■ ■ ■ ram- of the value of $20,401.73 drawn nary ■ t show...

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 September 1903

r",-V STRANGLER ' J $iOW Michelet Will Have * r uic Wards Arrested for Murder. ■ Sept. 1. —Indian I ~ ... ;, iof the White I was in the city b i aused the necessary I ied for the arrest of I . Jones, who recent ■ He. The two Indians I arty picking Mueber- I gome liquor and a fight [ - aad always been good ' : " to that time. • . [ian killed, had a silk I " ,und his neck, and and &1 rangled him c time the author!- --' ' ( .- , i matter, and the }j$ l nought in a verdict was an accident. ag em did not like the mm< Deed an investi $ '■- NE, OCT. sth TO 13th j TENTH ANNUAL r> A T F PA IP f THAN $30,000 IN PREMIUMS BREATEST ATTRACTIONS AND BIGGEST T FEATURES EVER SECURED f . EXHIBITS STOCK SHOW FRUIT FAIR f MINING ; EPARTMEST FINK ARTS DISPLAY DAYS RACING ORSES INT PR ED BIG EVENT EACH DAY , $10 GOO m PURSES 1 [) h fewn Street Carnival Every Night, Vaudeville ,; Specialties and ' igh Class Circus Features m\ low Bales On Ail Railroads I .. - for S !e. Write for Premium List. H....

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 September 1903

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 '^ (! Six months 3 50 One month by carrier 65 One week by carrier T r > Subscribers who do not get their papers will favor (is by rej>orting at the office. The complete telegraphic news ser vice printed in these columns daily is furnished by SCRiPPS-M'RAE. and is by far the best report pub lished in Walla Walla, CITY OFFICIAL PAPER NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. Copy of change of advertisement must be delivered to the business of fice by the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. to insure insertion in the issue of even date. WEATHER. Tonight and Thursday fair. LET THE ARMY BUILD ROADS. While General .Miles' recommend ation that the cavalry of the Ameri can army be reduced by five regi ments and that there be organized in its place a sort of corps of auto mobolists, bicyclists and motorcy clists, is a question for military men, there is a ...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 2 September 1903

fjfly fears &c Standard |l BiWG POWDIR Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair Highest tests U.S. Gov't Chemists BE SAKING POWDER CO. CHICAGO ill M\ ur [(jflli tier is in the city from H". A. Montgomery is in town today St Pa : s scho d will open Wed ; N. Blalock is in Spokane at - !. annua] meeting of the v.; C. Stone, a prominent Adams :• -• .j is registers d .. i .he State -. H. Larnasti i s is a guest at Stat* today from Ciarkston, VT I nil a will leave tonight for Poii I to resume his studies at Col li C. Adams, r. preventative from L'matilla county, i. i.. town today F Vrtl ir Shaw, a prominent Colfax citizen is among visitors to Walla Mrs. Robert E. Lynch, a tdition of Robert Burns was Inol I . : today. His fever 5 "nth, hav< i rned from a two mi 3 hi aring Madame Lloyd,] - Jramath soprano at the ■ Walla Family theater this [] or on "-' ' Q has returned from a two !!v on Bi*rch street early thisl ■ funeral took place atj afternoon, interment r tasi a, night operator | o ye...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 2 September 1903

\ t- ic c^ am r Tiie Largest Selling Brand Km of CiKUi'S in llic World. JjD A Bfliii v rAf Smoker's Protection. INCRFASF §j ir iing SLiiMics of Insurance llan. si Lous wnn tas list t ft> C ties 2.C00 People TccU Their Lives Last Year—Hoboken is Second. . ' . , 'i I statistics 'se ■.<■<; dj nr. tion-i - I c In the fift: ities enumerated, 2.:».»o « pt sons took their own lives last « year, equalling in number, as Mr. » Hoffman says, the population of a • i ' Hobok. i stands second in the list ' ..i i . . ...;.i, ~ • ;,.;e,i run nf °t fi » or t with a , ncide rat< > .4.6 I ' U rf f « °j th I 1 Rrrm* 'iii i with 'i riti'> of 211 ! ... . - - tions. the ti' si nine are St. Louis, 1 Hoboken, Chicago, Oakland. Cal.: ; Brooklyn and' Bost m, ' Fall ' River] 1 - in the registration area, persons tl suicides, with a ratio of 22.9; Ger-j 1 mans and those of Slavonic origin ar< second, with a ratio per 100.003 is CS. while persons of Irish origin j' have the smallest ratio of...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 2 September 1903

of County Superln- Olympia, September 28-30. • si Fire Chiefs, Olyrn | i i regon Pioneer reunion. I J~* c;' Min land, September 7. 1 Carnivals, Etc. I oma, September 6. ] Fair, Spokane October II Fair, Moscow,* Septem- F I ; i uu knUW | I >ers from i2TO 14 HOURS \HEAD I y ? s oews tomorrow morning" V Your 4 THE EVENING STATESMAN. | I that we give the results of the 1 yacht races the day they occur. I I HAVE YOU NOTICED I | excellent job printing done at the i ' ESHAN PRINTERY—the super- | of finish? This desirable result is 1 ight about by skilled printers of wide | ' Kperience, ideas in plenty, also by new I ' • and materia] lately received. I How About Your Printing k it satisfactory? Do you think it will I good to the man who receives it r | — it look good to you '? Why not try. | ISood looking printing, THE EVEN- | ING STATESMAN PRINTERY? I -: ' S!1 " vn 111 llv 01 our Don i ;-• ■ ! ;;:": ; . a: ' ; ' ,i""«a. T.:ar. : ■•■'):•,. WALLA WALLA STEAM LAUNDFiY Cass Goes to Supreme ...

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. — 2 September 1903

(Ms************************ : 2 .■ ' -.to. » 3 THKaccounl - and other * g l affairs oi our custo- .» 2 are kept strictly » * '* 5 private. * — f | J. L. EL AM. | * * LOCAL ITEMS. Mr. and Mrs. B. 11. Hupp returned this morning Prom a three weeks' trip Mrs. George Thompson, wife of Mail Carrier Thompson has returned frnm a i iths' visit with rela tives in Indiana and Kansas. rout accused of i 'tiy larceny was found guil t in Judg< Huffman's curt this morning and was sentenced to 20 day? in the eou Ly jail this after noon Young Rockhill is a member of ,i rang of youthful burglars who have ratised the police no end of trouble were remanded to the superior court j. yv. Cookerly, licensed embalmer '- U ! Kiu*~>.Kt.Uf.j,L»,>.).>,], », f, L>,».>, t. Is .}. jvi, U U)-bhl* %> U ] >Oiinoii.«sil'i'*o.l"ioiT.« % WILL L$E GIVEN WITH THE FAMOUS HAiR MOUNTING DEVICE £ All tliis week it the Chicago Store. This splendid invention dispenses entirely with *r* hairpins and tyings...

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. — 3 September 1903

THE EVENING STATESMAN VOLUME 30. ALASKA DISPUTE y Commission ieets Today. WELL REPKESINKD Aas Erfected—Lord Al- Elected President —The . isputed Tei ritory. .3. The commission id :i the treaty concluded m Great Britain ...... Those present inelu-j ■ ■ '. iii.itn commissioners! tone, Sir Louis Jette; : Governor of Quebec)! I 3 worth, B. C. —and 85 .... "'' " c | ... ...... Uciou Liiere waspres-j : array oi counsel to pre issue was not entered in initial session being de \ * work of organization and ag standing. Since 1572 Can ada .> been calling attention to the year after year, in iS&S a loin . ... commission of English aud American repiesentatives tried to set- V . dispute covers an Wh. oi 20,000 square nafes. Fer the most part it is moun tain is, »ut it include s valuable gold The quarrel centers around ■ q lestion of the whereabouts of the between Alaska and Cana -1 ginally, Alaska was Russian [n 1825 the boundary line on paper, by a treaty be - issia and Great Britain. In...

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. — 3 September 1903

JUST ONE THOUGHT The dealer must stand by the claims If makes for his (roods and it' he cannot make them m »«>d,the result will be failure. We bear this in mind Constantly. Visit our >t*>re ami Listen to tli<' PI AN IST A The best and most musical at all self piano players. DVVELLEY HERRICK MUSIC CO. 51 EAST riAIN F : our Doors Above the B id£- Ai# A 'r Aik .'. <k -■<*<. « A <»0 :•!> J. li. :» i • I *' 8 Calling Cards \ *■ * # i « Invitations « • i ♦ e~' St&ttionerv a %■ . _ y_ vi J « at rioriE cards *' h ■ MLM! fADHG i *" # ] am everything in 8 <*«.««"«'.••• | 2 pnPitTV nmuTiiifl | iwm rttlHlli, ! «■ • i 5 V < « # We have an excellent |k line oi samples of the J approved forms for *■ society printing and JJ; customers are assured 5 that their printing will * be done in the right I ** o South Third Strecct « * *■ 7>'Vr>/•,;;; •• 1/ ••' •> r> . 1 ! « 1 lie am nun " I desire to call upon your daughter ant, pa;, my addreses to her," bega...

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. — 3 September 1903

hIOUiNTAIN HERMIT Discovered in Heart of: Hie Olympic Range. IUISSICB AS FICTION SEALS X . -ricdious Cabin High on j S.iirounded With Pop r s and Magazines. rmii, such as fiction deals in, discovered in the heart of mountains, by Attorney H ilbert, of this city, who d from a fishing trip i egged region, says a mi Whatcom. ;•• • •: :;. who. years ago, was N- w York city by the name . lives in a commodious up in the foothills and v : « from others of his race. iiis brief, visit with - is told as follows by At jj. • L Barr is 60 years of age. P ago, after domestic left his family in New v, . : a : turned to the west, a •< >• on I he face of the earth. find gold he went into fen he knew it his supply b 'came exhausted tottering steps toward Lis fate be managed to completed his mea] an elk . brought the magnifl -1 • • . t ,|, _ Tacoma 11 i n ts \ f\H£±C Offices: ii a 9 J JUit V/alia Waila GRAIN J. C. SCOTT, Mgr. kttrrice Walla Walla, Wash. -; yu uuut,uu&nt« nl|il v v >. {-. ...

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. — 3 September 1903

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 W °" Six months 3 One month by carrier Co One week by carrier 15 Subscribers who do not get their papers will favor us by reporting at the office. The complete telezraphic news ser vice printed in these columns daily is furnished by SCRIPPS-M'RAE. and is by far the best report pub lished in Walla Walla. CITY OFFICIAL PAPER NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. Copy cf 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. •VEATSER. Tonight ate! Friday fair, warmer to night. The carnival seems to be making fun for the whole community. The secretary of the race course is eg s • - * ' I from all over the country are inquir ing about the fall meet, and the at tendance promises to be large and firm sporl wil] be had to give the new track a good send off. ...

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. — 3 September 1903

Little Things at Little Prices [. re ire a few little things illustrated and priced. We ; l a page or more of this newspaper if we so desired, \ 5 think it necessary to remind you that we not only tne littie things that you may want to buy, but you 3 as welcome here when you call to buy a 5 cent - s when you buy a complete household outfit. j A few everyday goods at under-value prices. Hundreds of others ( . j nil over the store. I i oc 35c 25, 35 and 40c « s I 20C 10 to 30c 20c I 1* ! I m II ! Eight S?zes. 55 to 25c 151025 c ! =, to 75c wit-i Saucers I 20 to 50c 25c to $1.25 I I I \ <,\v, of the ioc Counter Goods. j _ m . _ ! Here are a tew of ihe Goods to be i I rj #| ,|j fovnd on our 5 cent counter, Any ' v:, •• • 1* six articles for 25c this month. I : "5C - I $f j I f A 1 p ' ii The Davis=Kaser Co., EVERYTHING TO FURNISH THE HOUSE Next lo Postoffice THE EVENING STATESMAN, i HURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1903. INo Dessert More Attractive II spend Tours SkhTg, i\ |! sweetening, \\ |! ...

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. — 3 September 1903

For a smoke? Then If to get a ReeVuit 5c cigar? I When you touch the H 4 to It you'll understand m m why it's at the front with I I the - it army of smokers I £-M TWO DS FROM RECRUIT CIGARS ARE EQUAL 18j Jt.S TO ONE TAG .-RO.Vi STmR TOBACCO IN SECURING PRESENTS Wt ;^ ; \j| 2| j|j P LIGHT LAND COUNTRY Theories on Change of Climate Get a Jolt. Ptoß (SOPS .U : ISIMATteS Many Sections in Franklin and Adams Counties Show Yields of Next to Nothing. ington war, changing and that fail ures in wheat-growing on the light lands would never again be experi enced has tins year suffered a hard jolt. The crop can hardly be termed a failure, but in many sections in Ad ams and Franklin counties the yield is so near to nothing that all talk of the climate ( hanging has been aban-. doned and tiie farmers who have fields that are worth cutting are con gratulating themselves on the fact that the high prices have softened the blow that has fallen. Those who have been obliged to cut the crop for na> an...

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. — 3 September 1903

: aw Edges SB \ 1 v all ri S Q t on Baws, but sensi ■ m f J 1 i '"' n ' t care for tl!l on their ■ — ars or cuffs - ou r perfect meth g ! ° dS give y° u careful work, which (■ /^y //^ '• sl i o T ll iv tho beauty of our Domes S/ and the immaculate color lth wbich we send your linen horn* 'y // a-/ y form the 11 WALUiWALLA STEAM LAUNDRY ■ ING EVENTS. ~ . kane, September 29 I ~- National Guard en - Ami ri< an lake, Sep- I County Superin- I olympia, September I , Fire Chiefs, Olym- I on Pioneer reunion, 1 arnivals, Etc. , a Walla, AugustSl, State Fair, North Ya- Fair, Spokane, October v Fair. Davenport, I In! Fair, Lewiston, October Fair, .Moscow, Septem- I 'ourney. Lewiston, November I Fair Sale!;:, Sep- I - - th m Oregon District I S ptember 29-October r Fair, 13 ii Ore., j Vntelope. Ore.. September I I a Eastern Oregon District X uty Fair, Klamath [ Idaho) Street Fair, 4 *M October I, 2, I 4 fair at Grai geville. . 1 the news oi the day is read in evening s ni2TO 14 HOURS Kti DO ...

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. — 3 September 1903

2 * a 5 { S JLE LAMS T" £ » I 1 JD an fe ! 3" ' 5 t v I, * We Pu ; : ortn * | Our ba.l effort,, to the 5 £ «Mxi t > ; every worttiv » 2, i * * luitrou may tM * promptly j I |£redfor_ I J. L. EL AM. | « •I UNIQUE MILITARY CAMP. j Junction City, Has.. Sept. 3.—Thel most unique camp in the history of t warfai mimic or real, is being planneJ foi the maneuvers at Fort ing encan . in regular formation ( on th,- rib »f the fan. At the Imag-|, tear • han lie »f the fan will be located . Betwi ti - poinl and positions of| ; I lie ••• ' ' '' " j < of th< ntir« li 000 * p ' hat are to '' REFUSED TO i r ii3HT. Berlin, Sei !. —Th \ crown prince >il Saxony has been forced out of the army b cause he refused to challenge hi.- ! roth ■■ in law, Trine Leopold Ferdinand ; > a duel on account ol the men* o i • ••< •■ >- • i ' s Gel Fii t street. Telephone Main 279. 1 [- [* I•U U U •:. \'-.1% kU* r X |s h f,..|, >, ul*h Ut» I*4*s UhKl> U U -U.U -h. |nsh£b §» Demonstrations | W...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
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