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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 25 September 1903

Morris Chairs== In leather and velours. They're tne embodiment of solid com fort. Ml pncts. Best furniture in the city at— ESDERTS DOUBLE STORES C irner Fifth and Main. [jf M Mas Of lOMfj r r, Fi< Ids of Dudley was in town v , ; [ob< of Dayton is registered vvu- Stat( today. Parks of Pendleton is regis ter..; at the State today. gijj Cully. Weston's grocer, is in tj on a short business trip. \V. M. Hart is in the city today from yestoi is engaged in busi : Sam v Ash and wife of Wallula , Wa :a Walla yesterday after- DOOD. C. T. George, a prominent farmer of Eureka, was a Walla Walla visitor Tl:o Statesman was in error in stat ing that Mrs. Nancy Walsh was a for- Mrs. J. D. Walter and Miss Maud An str ng f Prescott are guests at the State today. Here Is a List ! ~—. — ——_.— *f rticularly good things that are waiting to be picked & Second Hard dej)artment. Each article represents a , r _t ue, and if you can use anything in the list you can gL »rd for it at you will not be so...

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. — 25 September 1903

Ii I The Largest Selling JfPW fH IW Brand of Cigars AmWB the World. jM^ m WfS INDIANS ON TRIAL. Charged With Murder of Medicine Woman. North Yakima. —Johnny Jake, Har ry Columbus and Jimmy Salirskin, the three Indians who were arrested here iasi week on the charge of killing the old Indian doctor woman, Tishan away. had a hearing before United States Commissioner L. E. Howlett, in The courthouse of this city. The i w.» first named Indians were dismiss ed because of insufficient evidence to hold them. The ease against Jimmy S&luskin was continued till next week. Thirteen witnesses were exam ined by the government and two days were taken up in the hearing. A for mal charge of murder had been lodged against th three men. The only tes rnony so far that connects Saluski'n with the murder is that he had been leard to make threats against the lector woman on account of two of his sons having died after she had id ministered to them while sick two vciirs ago. Jimmy is now in jail iwaiti...

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. — 25 September 1903

COMING EVENTS. p fl na Valley Fruit Fair, Wal . s Lember 2S to October 4. Spokane, September 29 trashing! »n National Guard en ■. ar American lake, Sep (ember 14--«.. Convention of County Superin tffdents, Olympia, September 28-30. pacific Coast Fire Chiefs, Olym , gept, •: • r 22-25. Fairs. Carnivals, Etc. \,v a . • State Fair, North Ya - tember 28 —October 3. fnterstai Fair, Spokane, October Eft Vl ■ unty Fair, Davenport, Oct, •: 2 17. Interstate Fair, Lewiston, October 26-31 Interstate Fair, Moscow, Septem ber 29-October 2. International Fair races, Boise, Gun Tourney, Lewiston, November 4-6. Second Southern Oregon District Fair, Eug i , September 29-October Harney unty Fair, Burns, Ore., September I 20. Races Vntelope, Ore., September bit and race meet, Port lan I Sepl r 21-20. Si Eastern Oregon District dies, September 21-26. anty Fair, Klamath F - r 6-. Cri ; C inty Jockey Club meet, I . October 27-29. In County Fair, Toledo, Ore., Septei Grang( ill (Idaho) Street Fair, Septem...

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. — 25 September 1903

m a 2 Deposit 1 With -- - ■ ' m m Mm m m m m if® HOMES FOR THE SMITH BOYS Frank Will Go to Montana With His Grandparents and Charles Will Stay Here. The case of the two Smith boys, ar- Bestf-d a mouth ago on a charge of in O O JVI O R "\r^~~m) * S an essem -' a * feature both for the 1 11 * r 'ibT'" > j @* welfare of man, or horse. JJK^fmfjrff W)e have just received a supply of --^3Pf¥^?^3^r^^^S^/^TpJHf Pal l and' Winter LAP ROBES, the ( f ? T very LATEST patterns and a splendid J selection; also HORSE BLANKETS ¥\ We carry a selection in both lines tha^ Wil " &iVe tlle purcliaser murual v — \mmm^y^^^m\'^J'l. ° ur L>ou,)le an(l Single Harness are J ~^^^^^^m > : NEAT,-STYLISH and DUR * • S N..-1 ''^ ?jfEop JJ) In our REPAIR department we aim tQ be prompt and do good work> The WEBER Harness and Shoe Finding Company. FLINCH! 1 EVERYBODY PI,AY* FLINCH. THE MOST POPULAR lit? §|g GAME OF rHE SEASON. FOR SALE BY g^j Gl S. JO#fA r SO/V STATIONERY CO., fi DIE BRUCKE BUILDING. ...

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. — 26 September 1903

VOLUME 30. FOOTBALL SEASON Opens With a Rush In Many States, j MODIFIED RULES ARE ACCEPTED Without Protest by All Colleges of the Country—List of Today's Games. New York, Sept. 26. —Football is for the season of 1903. Games ... practice variety begin at sever of the big eastern colleges this and another fortnight will see playing season inaugurated in ear nest. Candidates for the various elev have been in training at several ie prominent institutions for more lb two weeks, coaches have been • idying the rules and skirru for prominent players, and the have already begun to dream •'. victories and championships ... eh are coming to their favorite - a= surely as does Thanksgiving Pi im today until the last of November the long-haired youths all iver thi c >untry will hold undisputed n of the athletic stage, rhei - . very indication that the ball season in the east v.; l bi one of the most sue - ful since the introduction of the game into American college With the exception of the di...

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. — 26 September 1903

See— Our New Pianos Fresh From the Factory embrac ing such good ones as MB & SMS STUUiid SIU. We are prepared to offer greater inducements than ever before on our line of pianos. Talking machines and disc records. Large new stock just reciev= cd. Early selections will secure you latest disc music. DWELLEY HERRICK MUSIC CO. 51 EAST riAIN Four Doors Above the Bridge m * S Calling Cards »j i • * * Invitations * * .> i m » 3 Wedding Stationery -*\ * == ~ » * »! * Hil AT MOflE CARDS n * J MENU CARDS J «. : » « ! and everything in J ///<• wa/«/v (>/' .\- • ' j SOCIEIY PRINTING, f S 1 i- 1 ! I 4f We hive an excellent * j£ line of samples of the * * approved forms for J * society printing and ■* 5 customers are assured J 4t that their printing will 9 \ * 1 1 *v v. M? 4. be done in tne right •> 1 wiv # * £ * ft J p Siwtf Third Streeet . | *> > I m > % ~ , ' 9] J I Telephone Main 123 ■ £ 5 * * » 1 ft- Statesman iftj j FINE BAND ORGANIZATION. Manager Ellery Talks cf It...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 26 September 1903

Vise-President of WoraenV Democratic dubs of Ncrtherg Ohio. 1 | =pi HERE .IRE MANI ? the change of life which was | sickly worji-n be- I fa3t approaching. While vis- I f : tl tween the aires ct | «^ v -"* 1 iting with a friend I noticed I 5 and T>J>, but there are I jT that she was taking your f icrY few invalids over 55 I \ 3 • of Cardui, and she waa I c rw. I \"~ i I so enthusiastic about it that I 1 J and 60 years of age. Jhe j ttV ! decided to try a bottle. lex- 1 •:.::ags of life coming to j perienced some relief the first I •man near her forty- J uk%wF month, so I kept on taking it | fourth year, cither makes } f ° r th t ree t months and now 1 I v> • 1 Kn ' Laura menstruate with no pain and her an invalid or gives I | I shall take it off and on now I her a new lease on lile. Those who until I have passed the climax. Ido not I meet this change in ill health sel- dread it now, as I am sure that your , dom live ten years afterward, while Wi ?T °f C "* - wUI te of B*** t...

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. — 26 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 * 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 is furnished by SCRIPPS-M'RAE. a-nd 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 Sunday fair, light frost tonight; warmer Sunday. STANDING PAT FOR ROBBERY. The steel trust has become so ex tortionate in its charges that manu facturers forced to patronize it arc beginning to protest and to demand steel products. H. B. .Miles, presl dent aad superintendent of the Ra- Racine, Wisconsin, r...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 26 September 1903

hr ru t received aa elegant line of Parlor Carpets in velvets and axminsters, also some beautiful ' Rugs oriental colorings and designs, they're in Bagdads, Axminsters Brussels. Prices will suit : FiSDERTS DOUBLE STORES Corner Fifth and Main. \m m. m or w j Campbell, of Dayton, is visiting! jn Walla Walla. ~ ,'. Bell, a prominent Athena citi -1 . . is egistered at the State today. r. W. Kwing left last night for me in Norman', Oklahoma. i r oung of Weston is among out :. visitors in Walla Walla today. B. Shaffer, a promineat citizen . Waitsburg, in registered at the The board of education held a short '. ast uight, transacting busi- Bess of «i routine nature. K. Houtchens of the Washington. > . and Idaho Land company, is city from Waitsburg looking " < superior court yesterday af- J. G. Kidwell was appointea '! NEWS OF THE BEST HIGH jg? f V GRADE HEATER MADE 1 P 18l The Buck W I i Hotß,ast ; / ' ' We could use a whole page of this newspaper in which | j to tell you of the many...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 26 September 1903

If there is one thing # better than another, it's a good I smoke—lf there is one smoke bet- 1 m ./ mJ 5c CIGAR They're worth a fortune of $142,500. Buy a Recruit M to-day and get in on the ground floor. Two bands from Recruit Cigars are equal to one tag M Wg mum from Star Tobacco in securing presents. WjmNi Wfc Sam FEDERAL AGENT RETURNS EASTTI Bays He Found Serious Wrong at Yakima Indian Reservation. North Yakima.—Charles M. Dick son, who was sent to the Yakima In »«an reservation a month ago to in restigate the charges made against Jay Lynch the superintendent, has returned east. He spent a month at i o 1 Simcoe and made a thorough in vestigation He also looked into the methods of leasing the Indian lands to the white people. Mr. Dickson would not talk about Che conditions ot affairs at the fort. He .-aid lie had forwarded his report to The department, and the public would have to wait till that was given out. The report sent out from Washington this week about private information ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 26 September 1903

COMING EVENTS. ;ia Walla Valley Fruit Fair, Wal- Walla September 28 to October 4. ; sbytery, Spokane, September 29 ishington National Guard en at, near American laKe, Sep tember 14-23. i mention of County Superin ■ ots, Olympia, September 28-30. Ie Coast Fire Chiefs, Olym pia, September 22-25. Fairs, Carnivals, Etc. .. ton State Fair, North Ya fciu Si ptember 28 —October C. ; terstate Fair, Spokane, October VIS tin an County Fair, Davenport, October 12-17. ite Fair, Lewiston, October Interstate Fair, Moscow, Septem ber 21 , -October 2. ational Fair races, Boise, October 12-17. irn -y, Lewiston, November -: : Southern Oregon District F Eugene, September 29-October rney County Fair, Burns, Ore., September 14-20. •s, Antelope. Ore., September Sto< k exhibit and race meet, Port land September 21-26. Second Eastern Oregon District Fa::- The 1 (alios, September 21-26. Klamath County Fair, Klamath Falls. Ore., October 6-. Ci County Jockey Club meet, V: i \ 11 •. Ore, October 27-29. Linc...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 26 September 1903

■ .****** ****** ****** * ******* s ! s Deposit I lM»|| | | - y fi w * > 1 With - | s I _ ... ■■ ~— _ r JLEUMS I? £ FIREBUG AT WORK Nice Have Another Fiend to Deal With. IYSTERKMJS FIRE LAST NIGHT Members of Enos Palmer's Family Re . ding m Jefferson Street Find • ri ieir Woodshed Ablaze This Morn nn, Hie Walla Walla police have an il er cunning "firebug" operating in ti north part of the city to deal ■ th. Two barns in Jefferson street Samed Wednesday night are now faocuwn to have been intentionally and at 2:15 this morning a de terate a temp 4 was made to burn j jrDodshed at the Enos Palmer plac? \ dazzling light shining through window awoke Mr. Palmer's moth ss' and she aroused the family. The ■Kxadshed located 30 feet away from tft« house was found to be blazing br&tkly. Members of the family head •«• by Mr. Palmer formed, a bucket Ba and the fire was soon put oos before any serious damage had ea done. A few minutes delay m old have resulted in considerable bsnmge as valu...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 28 September 1903

VOLUME 30. KING CARLOS OF PORTUGAL Celebrated His 40th Birthday WiTH MUCH CEKEMONY TODAY He Is Quite Well Liked by His Peo pie Although a Revolution Is Feared. Lisbon, Sept. 28. —The Portuguese capital was on fete today in celebra tion of the 40th birthday of King Car- The Portuguese press may term the rotund and happy-go-lucky irch a "manifest coward" and ncapable fool," and declare with hasis that a revolution is immi and the setting up of a republic table, but the masses entertain : ruler a personal regard bor ,! ag on genuine affection. These . sentiments were abundantly manifested today by a lavish decora of private houses and by festivi ties in many quarters. i iand of King Carlos has been strengthened from a political the recent visit to Lis : King Edward and by the unt il ression that prevails to the effeci ' a complete understanding ween Great Brtain and Por : regard to their joint inter in Africa and elsewhere. If the al aifai'rs cf the kingdom could be bettered and the co...

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. — 28 September 1903

See-— Our New Pianos Fresh From the Factory embrac ing such good ones as HUG REED & M mm and HI. We are prepared to offer greater inducements than ever before on our line of pianos. Talking machines and disc records. Large new stock just reciev ed. Early selections will secure you latest disc music. DWELLEY HERRICK MUSIC CO. 51 EAST HAIN Four Doors Above the Bridge 8 Calling Cards 8 * v > w 9 * Invitations ? * .*> 4s m * > j Wedding Stationery J * • 2 at none cards <i % *r1 i ♦ j MENU CARDS J * \v I 4 ; and everything in 2 the nature of "!* f l| ■ | WML 3 m % 1 ! m We have an excellent * Z line of samples of the ? g approved forms for j J society printing and 9 5 customers are assured S *> that their printing will 9 * be done in the right $ 1 wav ... • 3 way. t 9 z > I o South Third Strccet \ fi ' < 9 I , # % Telephone Main 12; ] £ < » 1 lie inn lieu I 2 * "What are you going to do now?" his intimate friend inquired. "Well." gloomily replied the defated p...

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. — 28 September 1903

9 GOOD LOOKERS WIN. Pcp c - Commissioner Thinks the Dairy Animals Should Be Judged on Ability. ineapolis, Minn., Sept. 28. —Dai- H >rts say that the number and . ty h ti ;! ' exhibits of dairy cattle state lair are falling off year yi ar. Considering the constant th and great importance of the in lustry, they regard this fact ,\1 W P. McConnelL state dairy ; , food commissioner, believes a in methods would greatly re interest in this section of the dry cattle at the fair are now ii points," said Mr. MeCon "Now dairy animals are not r their looks, but for their to produce milk and butter, tting horses are not marked on int. but put on the track to see they can do. I have been think • hat it would be a valuable thing i state to give the dairy cow at fair a practical test. Let the milk taken from each cow during fair j w Qd measured, also the amount oi butter fat. Charge each cow up the feed supplied and award inn to the animals that make best showing, regardless of breed. • care fo...

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. — 28 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 * 6 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 is 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 and Tuesday showers. TAXPAYERS ENDORSE THE PLAN The petitions being circulated throughout the county asking the board of commissioners to appropriate ten thousand dollars to insure the lo cation in Walla Walla of the Stubble field tome are being generally signed by taxpayers. But little oppo sition to the proposition is reported from ...

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. — 28 September 1903

received an elegant line of [ Parlor Carpets , n velvets and axminsters, also Rugs j n oriental colorings and designs, , re in Bagdads, Axminsters an d Brussels. Prices will suit ESDERTS DOUBLE STORES Comer Fifth and Main. jig LOCAL Ml Of TODAY j John Smith spent Sunday in LiftUtsbuig. • M; . Mrs. W. K. Johnson of Tou e tests at the State today. f Athena is among out dtors in Walla Walla to day. Thicker of Eureka was sitors in Walla Walla yes old of Waitsburg is in the city visiting his brother Scuyler p P< terson and George Murphy of Clyd< station, spent yesterday in Walla Walla. D H Erwin, a prominent business ol Prescott, was a Walla Walla visitor yesterday. Mohundro, receiver of the was in Dayton Sunday vis iting with friends. 11 : a Conover of Waitsburg has an I in the city to receive medical treatment for his eyes. is in Dayton this week •:— ■ the trial of a case in the - ; >urt of Columbia county. Trie • Ige No. 121, I. O. O. F. : the second degree on a andidates thi...

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. — 28 September 1903

I First in aroma I ■ |h e g rea t 5 C Cigar I wM The Largest Selling Brand of Cigars in the World 9 The Band is the Smoker's Protection, ■ ILASKVS EXHIBIT AT WORLD'S F.M The Building Will Be an Attractive Structure —Some of the Features. Washington, I>. C, Sept. 28.— World's fair authorities in Washing t >n liave received assurances from Governor Brady that the Alaska building at St. Louis will be completed • y the Lira ■ the exposition opens, next spring, and that most, if not all. of rll ' exhibit wll 1 > on ' is Jue series. Owing to the de fy a; 1 dating an Alaska commis sion :-r ,d Sr. Louis, and the reported unwillingness of the citizens of Alas ka to defray the expenses attending the collection and maintenance of ex tibits, h was feared that Alaska's display would be handicapped, and would not fairly portray the varied re sources and products of the far north western country. Governor Brady, however, does not fear any serious interferences, but is confident that a v&g...

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. — 28 September 1903

COMING EVENTS. Walla Valley Fruit Fair, Wal k v- . a September 28 to October 4. Presbytery, Spokane, September 29 Washington National Guard en ... : . .. near American la".:e, Sep tember 14-23. ,entlon of County Superin tendents, Olympia, September 28-30. p a ific Coast Fire Chiefs, Olym i:a, S< ptember 22-25. Fairs, Carnivals, Etc. Washington State Fair, North Ya- September 2S—October 3. ji , Fair, Spokane, October -.3. 'Whitman County Fair, Davenport, October 12-17. Fair, Lewiston, October 26-31. Fair, Moscow, Septem ber 29-October 2. [nt< rnational Fair races, Boise, October 12-17. G m Tourney, Lewiston, November 4-e. Si : Southern Oregon District Fail Eug no, September 29-October irney County Fair, Burns, Ore., September 14-20. Rac( -, Antelope, Ore., September exhibit and race meet, Port land September 21-26. - ■ Eastern Oregon District Fair The Dalles, September 21-26. Klan County Fair, Klamath Falls, drc. October 6-. Crook County Jockey Club meet, Prineville, Ore.. Octo...

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. — 28 September 1903

J LE LAMS Tj Siiicifs Business. 6UARD WAS HASTY •tt to Capture "Firebug" He Jumped Too Quick. £IBIS HILLBRIGK IS SUSPECTtD Warrant Charging Him With Firing Enos Palmer's Woodshed Issued Late Tbi s Afternoon. But for the premature action of the goard detailed to shadow him the po believe that the '•firebug" respon vi :;>-■ for a number of mysterious fires >. the north part of the city within rau past week would liave been cap rssared in the act last night. The man i ler suspicion has figured as a de • adant in a sensational attempted i -ii r charge, twice on a charge of fcreatening to kill and was once eom ■Stted to the hospital for the insane si Medical Lake, later being released. The guard last night stationed hini ! near the suspect's residence and ■ all the patience of Job waited for wttai he and others in that par: of ■;-.v city believed would happen. Just a was surmised the suspected man ithily emerged from his home . -.t, toward the midnight hour carry a% ii bundle of pa...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
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