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♦ When We Took Stock: ♦ we found we had about 4 fl| 200 Hats, broken lots, ♦ Ct , himh'i;,' !T" ei TTjis that we want to get ♦ *% rid of. The regular ♦ price was $2.00, $2.50 4 j and $3.00, n<»w .si.oo. Your size is here. X t m\M I/n AMC FOURTH and MAIN ♦ t McKL,AIM o streets I ! s D —I McGREW'S i J Phone 108 ♦ 5 I .43 satisfaction Grocery ♦ ▼ A thorough inventory brought to light some odds and ends in al- • 7 most every department of our establishment and there is going to be J ▲ "something doing" until they are sold. ♦ J The Following will Be Sold at Prices Quoted ♦ 4 as Long as They Last 7 T 13 Wood Boer Washtubs. (The lightest and most serviceable tub in 4 ▲ any laundry.) Two sizes: were $1.75 and $2.00; now 4 I $1.10 and $1.30 ♦ ▼ g Xumber One Zinc Tubs; were 75c; now 50<£ ▲ . Number one Zinc Tubs; were 85c: now 65C 4 4} 9 Cedar Tubs "Dowlls Patent." Cannot "go to staves." Three sizes; 7 ♦ wer.- 75c, BSc and $1.00: now 50<S and 70$? J ▼ With each a pair steel shields (to attach wringer) free. A 3 Extra heavy Willow Wood Baskets for tarrying wood; were $1.75; ▼ ♦ now f 1 Heavy Split Wood Basket as above: was $1.00; now ♦ 4} 2 Mule I'ails: were $1.00: now X 7 Detjpho's Patent oil Can, made of best IX tin; holds 5 gallons; a 4 pump with each one; were $2.25; now $1.35 V | Every Customer Satisfied with Every J 4 Deal is Our Aim | i ~~~ ~ ♦ l PHONE MAIN 145 McGREW'S fHONE MAIN (45 I t 1 ♦<•>♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦ People s Cash Market. Fine Meats, Northwestern Mutual Fire Associa- Fresh Salmon, oysters, etc. Newly Udn. F. E. Waters, agent, Room 20, fitted up. No. 11 S Third; Phone 92. P. O. Bldg. + e+e+e*e>e*o+e+o+#+#.».#.e. ♦ THE MARCH DELINEATOR is rich in suggestion for Spring ap- • ♦ parel. You should have it: 15c per copy; $1.00 per year. Phone us. » ♦ We'll set; 1 it. ♦ I Remnants I ) ON SALE i [Tomorrow and Sat.l : Especially notable among this Great J ; Lot of Remnants are about 100 ♦ J Pieces of Dress Goods concisting of I ♦ Henriettas, Sicilian, Albatross, « ♦ Wool Batiste, Crepinelle, Voilles, ♦ ♦ Cashmere and many Mixed Suitings. • : They run from One to Eight Yards ♦ ♦ to the Piece. There are also t ♦ Remnants of Silks, Wash Goods, • ♦ Calicos, Silkalines, Laces, Embroid- ? ♦ cries, T owe lings. Table Linen, \ ♦ Sheeting, Muslins, Outing Flannel, • : Flannelettes and Carpet Remnants ♦ ♦ in Rug-Lengths and Longer. I \ Your Choice Tomorrow and Saturday \ I One-Half Price | t You will Get the Best Selection if You • ; Come Early ♦ | Motter-Wheeler Co. j ; 103-5-7-9 Main Street - 6 and 5 South Third ♦ THE EVENING STATESMAN THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1905. COUNTY BOARD IN COUNTRY COMMISSIONERS INDULGE IN A COLD RIDE TO TOUCHET TODAY. View Route of New Country Road and Look Over the Old Donahue Bridge. Commissioners Struthers, Morrow and McCaw and several stockholders in the Walla Walla Irrigation com pany left Walla Walla this morning to spend the day in the Touchet country. The commissioners will go over the proposed route of a new county road that farmers of that district want opened up and also inspect the old Donahue bridge, which crosses the Walla Walla river near Touchet sta tion. The bridge is in rather a dilap idated condition and the commission ers will decide whether it will be cheaper to repair the old one or put in a new bridge a mile south of the present crossing place. The Walla Walla Irrigation com pany is preparing to place on the market several thousand acres of ir rigated lands below Touchet and a safe bridge across the Walla Walla is needed. The company has made a proposition to the commissioners that if the county will put in a new bridge the company will open up and grade several miles of new roadway and turn it over to the county upon com pletion. The commissioners anticipated a cold ride today and bundled up in fur coats and mufflers. The trip was made in two rigs and the party ex pects to return to the city some time this evening. TOWN TOPICS New Plate Glass Front—A new plate I glass front was installed in the Pal ace shoe store yesterday. Sister Dead—M. C. McGrew. proprie tor of the McGrew grocery in East Alder street, yesterday received the sad news of the death of his sister. Mrs. Brashear, of St. Louis. The fun eral took place at St. Louis today. Interred in Catholic Cemetery—The funeral of Louis Tachi, the Italian gardener, took place this afternoon from St. Patrick's church, the services j being conducted by Rev. M. Flohr. the rector. The remains were interred in the Catholic cemetery. Received Insurance —Mrs. Victor Wilson this morning received a check from the local Woodmen of the World lodge for (1000, representing the amount of the insurance policy car ried in the order by her husband, the late Victor Wilson. Editor Dodd to Marry—E. P. Dodd, manager and editor of the Pendleton Tribune, and Miss Stella Charlotte Alexander, will be married in Pendle- I ton February 28. Mr. Dodd is one of j the best known newspaper men in the northwest, while the bride to be is the daughter of Pendleton's big merchant. Funeral of Miss Sharpe—The funeral of Miss Emily Sharpe occurred this afternoon from the Cookerly undertak ing parlors. The services were con ducted by Rev. Elvira Cobleigh in the presence of a large number of the friends of the deceased. The remains were interred in the city cemetery. Will Have a Danee —Mistletoe Tem ple No. 23, Rathbone Sisters, have is sued invitations for a dance to be given in the Odd Fellows' temple on the night of February 16. A splendid program of dance numbers has been ! arranged and during the evening the | ladies will serve a supper. Woodmen Plan for Good Time—The [ members of Walla Walla Camp No. 96, ! Woodmen of the World, are planning ! for a big time at their regular meet ! ing tonight. Several candidates from : Milton will be taught the art of wood ! chopping, after which a banquet will jbe served. Thinks Walla Walla Banner City— "Uncle Bob" May of W. B. Glafke Co., is introducing to his trade this week J. H. Barkley of the St. Charles Cream company of St. Charles, 111. Mr. Bark l ley. who is a popular salesman, thinks ' Walla Walla is the banner city of its i size in the Pacific northwest. John Condiff Dead—John Condiff. 14-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. James K. Condiff, died at the family resi dence 14 miles northwest of Walla Walla, last night of tuberculosis. The funeral will take place from the Cook erly undertaking parlors at 10:30 o'clock tomorrow morning. Services will be conducted by the Rev. Arm strong. Interment will be in the city cemetery. Off for Alaska—Colonel and Mrs. Tillotson who have been residing in Walla Walla during the past four months. leave on Tuesday next for San Francisco, from which place they will journey to Alaska where the colo nel has mining interests. The colonel who has been a world-wide traveler, having resided in Japan. Australia and various other countries can rightly lay claim to the reputation of being a pretty fair raconteur. His tales of feats accomplished at home and abroad were interesting to say the least. Needless to say the colonel's many friends regret his departure. Killed by Canned Tomatoes. CHICAGO, Feb. 3.—One death and four cases of illness have been caused by supposed ptomaines in canned to matoes. All the suffers are members of one family, the wife dying while seeking aid. Medical attendance hasti ly given by residents of Hull House, the social settlement, who had hurried to the residence, undoubtedly averted other deaths. Army Officer Kidnaps His Babies. CHICAGO, Feb. 9.—Lorenzo P. Da vidson of Highland Park, a retired major in the United States army, to day kidnapped his four children from the house and started to lowa with them, while his wife was in Wauke gan endeavoring to get an injunction restraining him from molesting them or herself. One of the children, a boy. has a sprained ankle, and was wearing slip pers, but the father hurried the quar tet away. In the papers granting the injunc tion and establishing divorce proceed ings. Mrs. Davison stated that the major had been guilty of extreme cru elty almost continuously for six years. ; i —"/%S|fcr \ * A Falling Market" ► f^~^L\®^ might temj>t you to buy stocks or ' — |) unload them in a hurry. But flue * wJ tuations in Soap. Starch, Borax and fjl other Kitchen and Laundry sup ]' I 1 .; plies affect us so little that they ► 1 k^ o *<°" G J nee affect you none at all. Our ► \ r km\\\\m I' prices for these Staples of high ► K' a de are so constant that you are * safe H1 buying at any time—that is ► ':liii!ffly?^^v^oA p l to say ' sal - e in bu >' in g' now f° r a »r lons time ahead, gaining by buying r in large quantities. i SIMS' GROCERY TZ™Z 7 DAYS ONLY Clearance Sale STEP LIVELY, PLERSE That is, if you desire to partake of the liberal re duction on our entire stock of Ladies', Men's, Youths' and Misses' Shoes Bargains for everyone. And we would like to see our regular patrons get a share of them. This is a Genuine Clearance Sale of Reliable, Seasonable Shoes. It was inaugurated to make room for New Spring Goods, and it affords a splendid opportunity for you to save a little money and at the same time secure strictly first-Class Footwear N SFII 20 *L< MAIN STREET LAST APPEAL FOR M'CUE ATTORNEYS FOR CONDEMNED MURDERER ASK FOR STAY OF EXECUTION. Decision Will Be Given by United States Supreme Court Late This Afternoon. WASHINGTON. Feb. 9.—Attorneys for J. Samuel McCue. ex-mayor of Charlottesville, Va., sentenced to hang tomorrow for the murder of his wife, today tiled with the United States supreme court application for a stay of execution and writ of error. A de cision will be announced late this af ternoon. SALE OF KITTITAS FARM. One Hundred and Sixty Acres Near Ellensburg Brings $20,000. ELLENSBURG. Feb. 9.—William Packwood has sold to W. R Harold his farm of ISO acres, rive miles from town, for 520.000. an average of $125 per acre. It is recognized as one of the best farms in the Kittitas valey and the highest price yet paid for farm land here. The seller immediate ly purchased from his father 320 acres two miles from town, paying for it $25,000. Eighty acres of this land is raw sagebrush, but the balance is tine farm land. | Reduction Sale I j Now Going on ( | Ten Days 6th to 17th jfl Chance to j Buy Good Shoes Advantageously N. SCIL •*« ■ —v _ w —-ZZZ^ • Butt-Chain Harness ' ♦ and * • Boston Team Harness i j TIDEMNGTON ; ♦ The "Harness Man" • 4) East Main Street - Walla Wall* \ ~ej TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY. WANTED—GIRL K< >R GENEBAI housework. Mrs. H. S. Jackson, 601 Pearson street. WANTED —A MOTHERLY LADY tfij take care of three-year-old child Jf her home. Inquire at this office. OX EAST TERMS, in ACRES OS mile from city: all good garden and fruit land: 3 acres in strawberries; 'l acres asparagus, balance fruit and garden: small house and barn; i lose to school; best garden land in valley; abundance of water to irrigate with. Terms. $500 down, balance $l! 00 each year till paid at G per cent. Price, $5000. CAMPBELL, WOLF & CAMPBELL.