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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 19 October 1903

They Look Like 30c. But they are only , \ 15c We are talking about our new lot of Tooth Brushes which we have purchased at-a great bar aain. Twelve different kinds at 15c each. Come and take your choice while they last L L TALLMAN Corner Second and Main sts Telephone Main 90. Just received another car of Blabcns, Inlaids, Printed Linoleums and Floor Oil Cloth In 16-4 and 8-4 widths. Latest designs. Prices will interest you. ESDERTS DOUBLE STORES Corner Fifth and Main. H. E. Krebs, of Pendleton is regis tered at the State today. Mrs. M. D. Williams of Prescott Is a guest at the State today. S. If. Lathrum of Oakesdale is reg istered at the State today. B. F. Shull, of Juliette, Idaho, is among visitors to Walla Walla today. W. R. Davin, a well known Prescott resident, is among visitors in the city today. William Weatherford of Dayton, is among out-of-town visitors to Walla Walla today. Mr. Weatheford was formerly sheriff of Columbia county. Mrs. S. Pallister, wife of Surgjeon Pallist...

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. — 19 October 1903

The Beit Ever ■ ■ And Ever the Best ■ ■■■■V Lv ' ■■■■■ ■■■■■ ' ■ A CIGAR ■ I ■ not ashamed of B I ■ its identity— I I ■ it be&rs &. baoid ■ I ■ with its naune. ■ I ■■■■V ■■■■■■ * ' 91 ■ The Largest Selling Brand of Cigars ■ I ■ in the World *jT ■ I The Band Is <fee Smoker's Protection I ■■■■a .^HaV WORLD'S FAIR BUILDINGS Will Be Completed Within Sixty Days. COMMERCIAL TRAVELERS IN IT Work on the Great Tea Chest of Cey lon Has Begun—Magnitude of the Industry. "St. Louis, Oct. 19—"Within 60 days every one of the Exposition's great exhibit palaces will and the installation of exhibits will be well under way." President David R. Francis of the Louslsana Purchase Exposition gave voice Co these words during his ad dress at the dedication of the Travel ers* Protective Association's hand- some building just completed at the World's Fair. The day witnessed two important events —the dedication of the T. P. A building and the breaking of the ground for the star-shaped building that ...

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. — 19 October 1903

Wmimmtjk -Saw Edges I / \ * f f all ri B h t on saws, but sensitive I j \ \' . necks don't care for them on their f»- ollaTs or cuffs. Our perfect meth- oi * s Sive y° u care ' u l work, which '//jn \i! - s snown in tQe beauty of our Domes- lie fini,sn and tne immaculate color with which we send your linen home WALLA.WALLA STEAM LAUNDRY WRECKED HIS OFFICE. Editor Allen of Kensal Had Been At War With Blind-Piggers. Jamestown, N. D., Oct. 17.—One of the most dastardly outrages ever per petrated in the state occurred at Kensal yesterday when a gang of lawless characters entered the* office of the Kensal Journal and, atcer de molishing the fixtures, took all the type and threw it in the street Much of the type went into mud holes and cannot be recovered. The lose amounts to $400. Editor Alien has been making a fight on blindpiggers and other crooks and the gang tried to force him out of business by starting another news paper. He continued to publish his paper with the support of tnose ...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 19 October 1903

GET SOME BUSINESS Our patronage to this time has been up to our expectations. Re member it is our aim to please all customers in every reasonable way and add other cus tomers to our list. Call and see us. : : : J. L. ELAM A WOMAN'S VIEWS. Editor Statesman: Your proposal to the women to get to work and raise the subsidy for the Stubblefield home puts many of us to thinking and asking questions. We learn that the endowment fund is given at $135,000, but in the same bTeath —the income is stated as $4000. In what is it invested to bring only this low per cent? We hear that one man has said there would only be in come enough at present to pay a matron. What woman in Walla Walla or state of Washington secures thfs munificent salary? How many wid ows do you know who would be glad to act as* matron for her home and clothes. Not indigent decrepit wid ows, but young efficient, industrious and anxious to be an independent and self supporting. Do you doubt that the Relief So ciety could furnish...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 20 October 1903

THE EVENING STATESMAN. VOLUME 30. anc STEAMER I eked on Rocky j j, Oregon Coast. LEAST THIRTY LIVES LOST j T Captain, jr <o cf His Crew and | p OUI p,-,ss;r.gers Reach Land j Safely. | icisco, Oct. 20.—The steam- Portland struck a reef ott news of the wreck was rc i vi 11 >en mi the \ \ a heavy ~ enroute from Astoria to San The captain says tne (■ i!'. almost immediately i act number of passen , n vet the wrjeck ' pnoct jin.l the de-! tea ;er. The South Port s':•• ight steamer an j . ... tigers, but there is Winm ... i strucl? tn* to wns the ci ew rushed up engers. but the ser iad rush was soon its. The captain was % any others escaped as / . :; went down. He thinks much hope for the me... j =sej carried the following ff the • >a 'I and ■ ■ - rtuson first assistant - eec; d ass', s' a□ l eown John Driscol Otto Brandt, P. I " -'-I Jackson second cook, A. N. Maddox | Manual Rios, waiters, j -Mrs. Fletcher Bent, one of the pas sengers was drowned in an attempt to gel into the ...

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. — 20 October 1903

20PER CENT OFF For 6 DAYS Ij Beginning Monday morning, Oct. io and ending Saturday evening, Oct. 24, ll on all Clothing ordered from us during that time. lijjjj I ;;; Just to put a little ginger in our tailoring business this fall and to induce you to come quickly and give us your order, we have ||| decided to make a reduction that will mean a great saving to you, even if the price we ask does not more than pay for material and j.: labor. For instance: fej P . , pi ii ' " pi ft $50.00 Suits for - - $40 $35 00 Suits for . * $28 jj| B 47-50 M 38 32.50 " 26 H H 45.00 " 36 ll M . fel fm , 30.00 . 24 Enq ii 42.50 34 M 1 40.00 " - - 32 2 7-5° . ' . 22 H fi 37.50 " 30 25.00 v 20 m ft Trousers and Overcoats are Reduced to Corresponding Prices B Xii Remember that we carry a full line of foreign and domestic weaves. Every suit will be made with first class trimmings and first p| class goods, and will have our greatest care and experience We guarantee workmanship, style, fit and finish. Our go...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 20 October 1903

. CUDIHEE STANDS PAT Orders All Slot Machines Confiscated 50 EXCEPTOR ARE ALLOWED 71 sheriffs Deputies Seize the Ma chines as Soon as They Appear. Seattle. —Nineteen trade slot ma « were captured by sheriff's de ; tties up tcf n early hour Saturday [ng as the result of a raid begun ~ and eight attaches of the of , ft-ere still in pursuit of gamblers their mechanical devices. Not a '..ires alone, but poker games other gambling operations ... 1 the objects of the raid. Engaged in the hunt were Under- S. Corcoran and Deputies Cud- Bunce, Nelson, McGee, Lambert i tndler and Allen. Sixteen machines picked up in the afternoon by - five deputies named', and now repose in the sheriff's pri £ x arrests were made, and the de rats were taken before Justice inn, by whom they were released ir <>wn recognizance until Mon ifternoon at 2 o'clock. The men ;ted were Joseph Dizard, B. E. n H. M. Prince, James Brews- Mignon and J. W. Lowrie. Nearly all the saloon and cigar >prietors around tow...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 20 October 1903

The Evening Statesman Published by THE STATUS VAN PUBLISHING CO Office NO. 9. Third St., Near Main. Tri ; ' hone Main 123. . _ ii-Hvered by mail) .• • 071 * >" $6 00 !n 3 50 81x Dttont i 8 1 65 £• v y i ';::-;7 ".::*.*.... « One week bj t.irnrr • " Subscribers who do not get their tn r,.-,<r ii!> by reporting at papers will tavoi ua . the office. Th a complete telegraphic news ser vice printed In these columns daily is lornished by and la by far tl c best report pub t*hed in Walla Walla. CITY OFFICIAL PAPEK NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. Copy of chr.nge of advertisement must be delivered to the business of fice b, the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. to Insure Insertion in the issue of even date. EVENING PAPERS LEAD. cifir coast must recognize the great Buperioritj of the evening newspaper to t!- :: .rning paper for giving the new - of . ivorl I. When the four ■ . 1! i< o'clo. All the important events of the day ■ pi i r .Vail D ■ ■ : tl tic mi , the attempt to blackmail the G : i ■ tl ...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 20 October 1903

iii itis of S j Hr. J. V. Sfeele of Waitsburg is r D. Loundagin of Waitsburg is Dg visitors to Walla Walla today. W. ii. Prentice is in the city today dilton, where he fa engaged in ■ g. Richard Wright is in the city from Connell visiting relatives for a oberts m and wiTe. well knows ■ i [ trip through the Yellowstone ; in the paid fire de strangers settled personal Jif in a spirited fist fight in of the Palace hotel early this ng, th >ugh pedestrians inter • if ■ Welcome to Walla Walla |F you have a little time to spare while here, you are I invited to put in right at this store. We have a ■ ty want to order something by mail, something n can't get just to suit you at home, and you ■ v can always trade better ata store that you have gen inside •* f. Besides, we would like to become d with you. Everybody feels right at home tl ey come to Davis-Kaser's—there's nothing stiff ' us that we know of, and you can feel easy and Besides, you get a good chance to post yourself on you see a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 20 October 1903

PIUS X TO CHURCH Hew Pope Issues Impor tant Encyclical lis kchh hews of his m His Policy Likely to Differ Greatly From That of His Predecessor. Washington, (Jet. 20. —The text of ihe first encyclical of Pope Pius X. has reached Washington. It is dated Rome. October 4. The document will be reail by Catholics and non-Catho lics alike with intense interest, as the leading Catholics here say it re veals the personality of the new- pope even as a written composition sel dom picture.-, the mind of its author. It breathes in every line an intense religious zeal and indicates that the new pontiff is reactionary from the scientific policies of Leo XIII. The pope devotes several para graphs to exhortations, and then comes to practical remedies, intimat ing that priests must he first and scholars afterwards. He exhorts bishops to regard their seminaries for the training of their priests as the "delight of their hearts, and to be careful in the selection of candidates." He 'hen specifies genera...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 20 October 1903

MAY ABOLISH COMMISSION. Secretary Hitchcock Is Believed to Favor Doing Away With Dawes Body.. Washington, Oct. 20. —It was stat : the interior department today Sam Bixby's visit to Washington b was announced on Monday, r the purpose of preparing esti s, to be submitted to congress ac appropriations necessary for ing on the work of the commis o during the next fiscal year. Lian Commissioner Jones has fol lowed the precendent he set for him iast year in refusing to prepare [Estimates of expenditures to be made by the commission on the ground that he was not familiar with that work and did not know enouga about the duties of the commission to arrive at any intelligent conclu ►n as to the cost of that particular service. [n connection with Bixby's comitg Washington the story has be«n revived that Secretary Hitchcj«k will recommend the abolishment ot the Dawes commission. It is slid 'hi he will also urge the selection ac man not connected with the n to do work now being (tone the commiss...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 20 October 1903

< •dft g jl E lam's ' I ■ -1* (•" • Lr ~ < ■i < SOLICITS \ BUSINESS 4 4 We have a neat, well ar- < , ~„Lir,c room with fire- of,he .a,- | esi burglar-proof safes made of j i i of steel with 4 i ( i,„, r and triple time * locks. T j We Invite yon to rail and j see as. 4 J. L. ELAM. | 9 rust received another car of Blabcns, Infaids, i Printed Linoleums and Floor Oil Cloth 5 tn [6 4 and 8 4 widths. Latest « I - igns Prices will interest you. I , ESDERTSj DOUBLE STORES j Comer Fifth and Main. ) uajj _ ; .„ r .» j j f hey Look Like 30c, But tbey are only < 15c | We arc- talking about our new j fci of Tcot'n Brushes which we jj i! have purchased at a great bar- I a am. Twelve different kinds || 1 I i at 15c each. Come and take l! your choice wiihe tr.ey last. j | L. L. TALL V! A N | I Corner Second and Alain Sts i elcphone am oo — — i mt i — ÜBe Peacock Patent flour. Ever} Who's Alice You'll find out at the .air. I _■» ■ | I — j For the news, road the Statesman j " c ■ • O ...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 21 October 1903

THE volume m Prince Ferdinand of Bulgaria, the little European country whose trou bles with Turkey have not yet been satisfactorily settled. Besides Its Turkish controversy Bulgaria has political troubles of its own right at home. Ohio Club Women Meet. Columbus, Oct. 21. —Columbus has capitulated to an army of fair Inva ders gathered from every, comer of the state for the ninth annual con vention of the Ohio Federation of Women's Clubs. The opening pro ceedings took place today la the Board of Trade auditorium and con sisted of welcoming addresses, re sponses and reports. Tonight the delegates will be entertained at a re ception given by the local club women. The convention will be In session until Saturday. The program calls for papers sad discussions on edu cation, civic improvements, domestic science, child labor, libraries and other leading questions of the day In which the federation is Interested. Postofflee Loses $10,000. Superior, Wis., Oct 21. —The post office here was robb...

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. — 21 October 1903

fSo PER CENT QITfI ■ Beguiling: Monday morn i fig, ending ■ ■ (' .. on all Clothing from us during that tima*^ Ii I Jftßt to put Whittle ginger in our tailoring business this fifr Ltd to induce you to come quickly and ff§e us your ordefk we have 1 decided to make a reduction that will mean a great saving to you, even if the price we ask does not more than pay Jot material and ■ ■M labor. . For instance: " aS H $50.00 Suits for - - $40 $55.00 Suits for . • ?/.- $28 H ■ 47-50 - - 38 3>50 44 ■ I 4250 " 34 || 30.00 ; : .;v : v : -. 34 H I 40.00 - - 32 37-50 ; u '.' 33 H H 37-50 " m *. 30 35-00 " 30 I H Trousers and Overcoats are Reduced to Corresponding: Prices I § 8 Remember that we carry a full line of foreign and domestic weaves. Every suit will be made with first class trimmings and first tj|| II class goods, and will have our greatest care and experience. We guarantee workmanship, style, fit and finish. Our goods are Hi II marked in plain figures. Call and convince yourselves. W...

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. — 21 October 1903

• — ' a--! ~ -i rm— *■ I •KINGOrAaBOTTUD BEERSV I , WHOLBSALB DEALERS. I \ LET'S HELP THE FAIR | • THE WESTERN CARNIVAL COMPANY f • M. G. HUTCHINSuN AND C. f. BAKER f M Sole Qwra. 2 • 2 ? Midway opens at 10 a, m- and 7 J p. m. pally. !j» • La. • ■■• s { Big Street Parade • • TONIGHT t : | ! | J Special arrangements have fesNtta • made to entertain the Seattle and # x Tacoma crowds tonight, J 1 | : I | 10 Cts.-General Admission-10 Cts. 5 • • j MISS MONIE BOWEY, ] No. 38 Pearty Street. DETROIT. MICHIGAN. J A couple of winters ago I Wine of Cardui makes wo ■lipped on a frossn sidewalk Amr( mm men moss womanly by cur and fell flat oa my back. On ■ ing^ieirweaknemandmak-- asusg aaamaaaj I found thai D stronger. Wine of I had sustained internal inju- A 1«H Cardui ossed Jfiai Bowey. riea which la id me up for more - wM As a medicine for sJI women ' than two months. After that m every trying period of I noticed that I had pains in their Uvea can you think of a the back and groin which I bet...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 21 October 1903

The Evening Statesman Published by THE STATESMAN PUBLISHING CO Office No. 9, Third Bt, Nesr Main. Telephone Main 123. One year (delivered by mail)... In advance $6 00 fax months * 60 One month by carrier . '* One week by carrier IB Subscribers who do not get their papers will favor us by reporting at the omen. . .., i The complete telegraphic news ser vice printed In these columns daily is furnished by BCRIPPS-WRAE. and is by far the best report pun ished In Walla Walla. CITY OFFICIAL PAPER NOTICE TO ADVERTIBERS* 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 elate. WEATHER. Tonight and Thursday fair. COUNCILMAN. SMITH ALL RIGHT. Councilman Smith wad right in his Opinion that the city got the worst Ot It In agreeing to pay Engineer Welle fve hundred dollars for a re port stating that there is abundance Of water in Mill creek to supply a gravity system. The report may be worth that muc...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 21 October 1903

II BRIEF [M NEWS Of TOOK | John Files of Touchet is among out of-town visitors to Walla Walla today. William Ford and wife, prominent Waitsburg people, are registered at the State today. C. N. Pierce and wife of Weston ar» guests at the Palace today, having arrived yesterday. Dr. A. Boston has returned to Wal la Walla after an absence of three weeks spent in Spokane and sur rounding towns. Among Dayton visitors to Walla Walla are D. L. Payne, H. W. Young, j. W. HubbaTd and John Church, a prominent stockman of Columbia county. Invitations are out for a hop to be given by Narcissa Rebekah lodge, I. O. O. F. at its lodge rooms in Odd Fellows' hall Friday evening, Octo ber 30. There will be dancing, cards and refreshments. Mrs. Robert Loundagin of Waits burg is st the Walla Walla hospital receiving surgical treatment. Mr. Loundagin arrived in the city yes terday and is stopping at the-, home of his daughter, Mrs. C. I. HalL The Walla Walla Gun club wflJ hold a live bird shoot at the gro...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 21 October 1903

IAW AGAINST WALKING DEEGATES Effort to Destroy Walking Delegate's Influence to Be Made In New York. Lawyers of New York with the backing of builders and employers representing $100,000,000 or more, are at work on billß to be introduced in the various state legislatures this winter, to destroy if possible the power of the walking delegates and , make labor strikes Impossible. State laws of this nature has been under consideration for several years but never before have the conditions been favorable. It is be lieved the time is now ripe. It Is said the measures will have the sup port of union men as well as em ployers. Briefly, it Is proposed to do through state enactment what now is frequent * ly done by injunction. Individuals or corporations may be restrained from acts injurious to the publite good and it is held that a state law having the same purposes would be constitutional. Such laws exist In Australia and similar acts have been •enforced in England. It i's said that such a la...

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. — 21 October 1903

: 5.w v m I I \ Z^vC/ »»e all right on saws, but sensitive I J aecka don 't care for them on their /— — StjL f ollars or cuffs. Our perfect meth y ' ods * ,ye JO" careiul wotk, which //,/,/11 - s shown in the beauty of our Domes ///I tic finish and the immaculate color |i with which we aend your lines home WALLA WALLA SIEAkLAUHDRY " .' • " , * ' DAMAGED BY A PREACHER. , Portland, Ore., Man's Plaint Assinat Rev. Mr. Gibson. f, Portland;; > nafiec tions upon his conduct while a resi dent of Wardnerj ldaio, W. E. Spicjsr bad begun suit for fIOOO damages against his pastor, Rev. . John A. Gib sou of the Grand Avenue, United Presbyterian church. Spicer alleges tbat his minister has tried to work himself and wife from the church; that to do this he told Ralph Miller to look out for Spicer, saying that if be had his deserts he would he in Salem behind bars. On other occa sions, so states, the. complaint, the preacher has caaL.reflections, upon Spicer. So .he wants salve 'to tkf t tune o...

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. — 21 October 1903

Our Platform 'Safety 6rst, liberality next. J Both are essential to success- \ fttl business. Come and tee j us. j J. L. ELAM. | Just received another car of Blabons, Inlaids, Printed Linoleums and Floor Oil Cloth In 16-4 and 8-4 widths. Latest designs. Prices will interest you. ESDERTS DOUBLE STORES Corner Fifth and Main. They Look Like 30c, But they are only 15c We are talking about our new lot of Tooth Brushes which .we have purchased at a great bar* gain. Twelve different kinda at 15c each. Come and take your choice while they last L. L TALL MAN Corner Seoond nnd Main Sts Telephone Main 96. General Chase Makes a Point. Denver, Oct. 21.—-General Chase's late hangs largely on the testimony 4rf Frank Mcßlroy, a notary public nt Cripple Creek, who this morning testified that Chase had not actually .sworn to the habeas corpus return ton which the false swearing charges Are based. The defense holds now »that, the perjury case must fall. The court martial this afternoon is con sidering...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
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