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MATTER OF HEALTH
Bi
POWDER
Absolutely Pure
HAS MO SUBSTITUTE
PEOPLE ON THE MOVE
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C J. Gray, traveling agent of the
Northwestern Line, was in the city
today. Mr. Gray is traveling over
Eastern Washington in the interest of
tv company. "The Northwestern Is
doing an immense amount of adver
* tising in t" e eastern states for the
Lewis and Clark fair." said Mr. Gray.
"I am in receipt of a letter from our
general traffic manager at Chicago in
which he says that the company is
r ,o\v having printed a folder setting
forth the points of interest that will
attract visitors to the exposition and
the entire northwest. The newspa
per and magazine contracts for adver
tising Include between 6,000,000 and
";i 10.090 circulation of each issue of
the periodicals and papers. Our com
pany Is also arranging for the handling
nf larce crowds of visitors during the
summer. We have already arranged
for many special trains from eastern
g. We have one train arranged
for from Cleveland, two from Pitts
burg and one from Cincinnati. We
expect in addition to our regular
trains to handle about 20 special trains
made of excursion parties."'
Excelsior Acetylene Gas Machine.
Users say: It works to my entire
satisfaction.
The admiration of all who see it.
Requires no care except recharging.
Its simplicity is one of its good
points.
More than you represented it to be.
It is giving me entire satisfaction.
Take a good look at a good Acety
lene light some evening on the porch
pf Mrs. Mabry's house, corner First
md Rose street.
Monarch I
j Malleable Ranges j
• A carload of them archere —a full line is now on display at "The Stove Store." £
• Why another line of Ranges? Listen, aud we will tell you. For months we have been #
J getting letters from out-of-town customers asking if we sold this new wonder—the •
f Range that is unbreakable; that has a polished top which never needs blacking, etc. •
! City customers, too, have called for it. We sold a number without having a sample •
Ito show. In every case the customer is enthusiastic—some beyond expression. Tray- J
| cling men selling other lines of goods, always keen and on the alert, knew the wonder-
j | nil "Monarch" and sang its praises. The demand increased, but before deciding upon £
* I adding the line permanently on, Mr. Kaser and Mr. Harvey visited the largest coast $
• stores— talked with users—talked with sellers of "Monarchs" and of the other Ranges $
• -Inspected them all as thoroughly as if they were obliged to make one and would not <£
• have another chance to see one—noted the dimensions, materials and construction #
J throughout-Hcame home feeling that the "Monarch" was the only range worthy of a t
• place beside the great Buck's line. f
| It's construction is honest—as good and thorough on the inside as on the surface. J
| The shape and size of the firebox and flues are practically the same as in the great
• B «< ■"> Ranges, and noted for perfect construction and saving of fuel. £
• Many other features which have helped to make Buck's such a grand success are *
• embodied. With these the "Monarch" combines nonbreakable, malleable castings, a #
• Niched top which never needs blacking, and the most simple, yet elegant, tasteful 6
- link,.] trimmings of any range.
Z So, that's why another Range has found a home here. "Monarchs" are a trifle J
| """v expensive than Buck's, but we are convinced that buyers will pronounce them J
| t! "- best investment they ever made. So, we invite you to call and see the wonderful J
• "Monarch." Yon 11 enjoy looking them over whether you need a range or not, and we
• *iM enjoy showing them. "Quality is remembered long after price is forgotten." #
| Fyl The Da visjfaser Co. 1 ™ 11
• East* 11 everything to furnish the Home Posto ™* •
SCHOOL PLANS ACCEPTED
BUILDING COMMITTEE HELD AN
IMPORTANT MEETING LAST
NIGHT.
Tenino Stone Quarries Secure Con
tract for Stone for the New
School.
Plans for the new school building in
Green's addition presented by Archi
test Henry Osterman were formally
accepted at a meeting of the building
committee of School District No. L
held at the public library building last
night. Mr. Osterman was compelled
to work almost night and day on the
plans in order to have them ready for
last night's meeting. The new build
ing will be composed of 12 rooms and
constructed entirely out of brick and
stone.
The contract for furnishing stone
for the building was awarded to
Thomas Russell, manager of the Te
nino stone quarries. Mr. Russell's
bid was $7238 for furnishing the stone
called for in the specifications. Lor
enzo Monterastelli, representing Grand
Ronde stone quarries, submitted a bid
of $9798.
WANTED—INFORMATION AS TO
the address of Robert C. Rogers, or
heirs, if 'dead. Address was Walla
Walla county about 1880. Small re
covery can probably be made. Ad
dress, Harvey Spalding & Sons,
Washington, D. C.
CHARGES DARK CONSPIRACY.
Appeals to Roosevelt to Take Him Out
of "Peonage."
LEAVENWORTH, Kas\, March 21.—
Ira N. Terrill, the notorious Oklahoma
convict in the Kansas penitentiary,
is now making an effort to gain liberty
by pardon. He has been defeated in
four habeas corpus cases, the last of
which was in the supreme court of
the United States and he now places
the federal and state judges along with
others, who he alleges are in a conspir
acy to keep him in "peonage" as he
terms it..
His daughter visited him today. She
examined an appeal to President
Roosevelt and wants it to go to Wash
ington without change. Terrill wrote
the appeal himself. In it he alleges
that Governor Ferguson of Oklahoma.
Warden Jewett and several United
States attorneys and judges are in a
conspiracy against him.
THE EVENING STATEBMAN TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 1905.
LOOK AFTER COUNTY JAIL
OLD QUARTERS WILL BE RE
PAIRED OR NEW CELLS
PUT IN.
Commissioners Invite Jail Construct
ing Company to Meet With
Them on April 13.
Representatives of jail construct
ing companies will be invited to meet
with the board of county commission
ers April 3 to inspect the Walla Walla
county jail with a view of repairing it
or putting in several new steel ceils.
The insecure condition of the jail has
been so apparent for some time that
the commissioners have instructed
Auditor Honeyeutt to invite repre
sentatives of several jail construct
ing companies to inspect the quarters
and furnish estimates of the cost of
both repairing the old cells and put
ting in new ones. In all probability
the old cells will be repaired in view
of the fact that it will not be long be
fore it will be necessary to replace
the present court house with a new
structure. The jail is considered so
insecure that a night guard is main
tain ed
MADE IMPROVEMENTS.
Motter-Wheeler Company Beautifies
Its Big Stores.
The Motter-Wheeler company, the
big line house that is so popular with
local shoppers, have recently added
additional improvements to their
stores. Partitions and shelving have
been removed in their main store and
the whole has been effectively re-ar
ranged so that the interior of the
main store now almost presents a new
appearance.
The recent improvements have made
everything about the store decidedly
modern, provided more room for the
display of goods. Shoppers' wants
have not been overlooked, either, for
the new appointments installed have
all been planned for their convenience.
An improvement in the lighting of the
store has also received the attention
of the store's management and togeth
er with the many artistic displays the
whole is embellished in such a way as
to make it one of the most attractive
retail stores in the city. It is not
saying too much to state that this
enterprising firm is splendidly equip
ped to handle spring trade.
GOVERNOR MEAD IS HERE
EXECUTIVE MAKING FIRST OFFI
CIAL INSPECTION OF THE
STATE PENITENTIARY.
Will Meet Prison Employes Tonight
at Warden's Residence —To Meet
Politicians Tomorrow.
Governor Albert Mead, accompanied
by his private secretary, A. X. Brown,
and J. T. Jones, a member of the state
board of audit and control, arrived in
Walla Walla this afternoon from Spo
kane. The governor was met at the
depot by Warden A. F. Kees, State
Senator Fred M. Pauly and Eugene
Lorton, chairman of the republican
county central committee. The gov
ernor was taken to the warden's resi
dence where he will remain during his
stay in Walla Walla.
Warden and Mrs. Kees have issued
invitations for an informal reception
tonight at their residence when the
employes of the prison will meet the
executive.
Tomorrow the governor will divide
his time to an inspection of the prison,
receiving the local politicians and
listening to their requests for the ap
pointments of Walla Walla men on
several of the new boards created by
the recent legislature. It is also ex
pected that the governor will take up
the appointment of some person con
nected with the prison for the position
of guard to convey prisoners to the
penitentiary from the different coun
ties in t* c state.
Wednesday evening, from 8 to 10
o'clock, the governor will be given an
informal reception by the citizens of
Walla Walla at the Walla Walla club
rooms. All citizens, regardless of po
litical affiliation, are invited to attend
the reception and the women are es
pecially urged to be there and meet
the executive.
Personal Mention
C. F. Weiss of Milton is in the city
today.
Bismarck Scholl of Washtucna is in
the city.
Mark Patton of Pendleton was in
Walla Walla today.
L. S. Gilbreath of Dayton is stop
ping at the Dacres.
G. H. Greer of Pendleton was in
Walla Walla today.
J. H. Robb, of the O. R. & N., is in
the city from Tekoa.
H. H. Fugleman of Washtucna is
registered at the State.
George Smails left this morning for
Lewiston to visit with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dodson of Baker
City are in the city. They are stop
ping at the Dacres.
Captain John E. Boyer has decided
to remove to Seattle where he will en
gage in the practice of law.
R. H. Ormsbee, city attorney of
Waitsburg, was in the city today
transacting business at the court
house.
Felix K. Pugh, at one time sheriff
of Spokane county, was in the city
today. Mr. Pugh assisted Sheriff Doak
of Spokane in bringing prisoners to the
state penitentiary.
W. A. Williams, at one time con
nected with the Pauly Jail company,
when that comapny had a branch office
in Walla Walla, is in the city from
Castle Rock, where Mr. Williams is
engaged in farming.
M'RAE HARVESTER.
Will Be Manufactured in Spokane by
a Company.
Alexander Mcßae of Walla Walla,
patentee of the Mcßae combined har
vester has perfected arrangements for
the manufacture of his combine raa
hcines at Spokane, at the shops of the
Modern Manufacturing company.
Two and perhaps more Mcßae ma
chines will be made this season in
ample time to enter the work of the
coming harvest. One of the machines
will be placed in commission some
where in the Big Bend country, and
one will be in operation in the wheat
fields tributary to Athena.
Mr. Mcßae's machine is pronounce!
to be an unqualified success in every
particular, being made on lines prac
tical from every mechanical stand
point.
FIERCE SALOON FIGHT.
Enterprise Battle Ground for Blood
thirsty Scrappers.
As a result of a fierce fight in the
Enterprise saloon late yesterday af
ternoon the police arrested four men.
two of whom gave their names as Ed
Stone and Jack Donovan. When Offi
cer Sanderson arrived at the battle
field the entire crowd in the saloon
seemed to be mixed up in the fray.
Officer Sanderson succeeded In restor
ing order for a minute but a chance
remark by one of the combatants
started the row anew and the officer
found himself in a rapidly revolving
mass of humanity. Mounted Police
man Roff fortunately happened along
as the fight was at its height and aid
ed Officer Sanderson in arresting four
of the scrappers. A charge of fighting
was preferred against the men. Their
cases will come to trial in the police
court this evening.
Try the Cascade Fuel Co. for wood
or coal. Phone Man 214.
WILL OPEN WEDNESDAY
Pierces Restaurant
27 East Main Street.
The largest Restaurant in the city.
Walla Walla
Cloak and Suit
House
New Arrivals Today in
Ladies' Covert Top Coats
I Ladies' Silk Shirt
Waist Suits
I Ladies] Keiser Neckwear
I Each day brings us new goods,
I so visit the store often.
Ladies 9 Silk Petticoats at
$SSO
Today we are offering exceptional values in Silk Petticoats; colors,
Black, Brown,, Green, Red and Navy: made with three wide hem
stitched ruffles of good quality taffeta.
We are showing some exclusive styles in LADIES' BELTS today.
WE CALL SPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUR NOVELTY AT 50c EACH
WAIT FOR OUR
Big Special Sale
OF
Children's Summer Dresses
Ladies' 50c Carmen Bustles for . . . , .35c
These are slightly soiled
j COLD storage!
! EISH MARKET j

| 213 West Main Street Telephone 15 j
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t Offerings for Today and Tomorrow
I SHAD HERRING J
f STEELHEAD SALMON ROCK COD 4,
f SALMON TROUT PERCH 4
♦ HALIBUT LOBSTERS 1
♦ SEA BASS SHRIMP j
I SMELT CLAMS j
I OLYMPIA OYSTERS SMOKED SALMON j
1 BOOTH OYSTERS SMOKED STURGEON j
I EAGLE OYSTERS STRIPED BASS <
f STURGEON j
| Crawfish from the Quelle t
I Orders filled from any of our Meat Markets. j
j Walla Walla Meat & Cold j
\ Storage Company
Farm Harness
Specially prepared to handle thl»
business this Spring.
We would like to have your order.
THE WEBER
Harness and Shoe Finding Company.
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