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The New f ALL CLOTHING is arriving daily. We opened up some Elegant New Double Breasted Suits this week. Come and see » » z°r S McKeans I 4th and Main |H 1 To Get Today's News Today, ar The Statesman Vhe Chicago Store ON SECOND STREET BETWEEN MAIN AND ALDER The Style Center of Walla, Walla, THE STORE OF "QUALITY AND QUANTIT." . jM Suits, Coats and Jackets W' th ' S de P aPtment y° u wi " find a collection 4 of beautiful garments in ?J| the latest designsand models; the br '9 htest and best the market affords. If N °t one i:em has been overlooked.. We can show you suits and coats for hours and never f show you two a,ik e.. We pride ourselves on the \i 4HI 1 11 'I/ fact that Wa have no two s?,rments alike - ,n this WC seoure a much larger assortment in dainty half fitting,' the double pleated back ifl | <^ and the English box effects; in coats wehave fu jf, |H| ij i IPm any style, color and length you would wish, (an e ' P > Our fashion man says "the mixture is the LME mJ \\m/vA 7| I 1 thing." You will miss a rare treat if you do mßSß^^^'^lM li\ • ■ \ not visit this department. 3 '/I/ n • Prices on Suits $12.50 to $50.00 £i I I I*4 Ladies and Misses Coats. §6.50 to $50.00 M| tL3: Infants and Ch'ldrens 51.25 t0 515.00 * ' if^^ Rain Coats. 810 00 822.50 100 SEVEN AND ONE-HALF YARDS DRESS Consisting of every available kind of Textures and Weaves. Silk Sicilians. Mohairs, Panamas, Mixed Suitings. Chiffon Mohairs and Worsteds; colors black, blue, brown, green, red. tan, and changeable effects. They are beautiful in AN^WEDNESD^ m ° r V^ Ura^Ie '* ** e * u * ai^ price Special LADIES' TAILORED WAISTS. A rare collection of Imported Flannels, beautiful plaids in new est effects, pla'n batistes in all shades, sheared and pleated. $1.25 to $7.50 SILK AND WOOL WAISTINGS. of which Plaids are the leading fea tures, cut paUern lengths; no two alike. Just received a shipment of new Silk patterns. Wool waisting Silk waistings from from to $1.25 Yard. $4.50 to $7.50 Pattern. THE EVENING STATESMAN MONDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1905. SPEND AN AFTERNOON HERE PORTLAND EXCURSIONISTS TO BE GUESTS OF WALLA WALLA OCTOBER 19. Commercial Club Will Take up Matter of Entertaining Visitors on Re turn of President Catron. The Portland business men and wholesale dealers who will leave Port land on the night of October 1 for a trip to Lewiston to attend Port land day at the Clarkston-Lewiston fair will spend the afternoon of October 19 as guests of Walla Walla. The special train will arrive in Wal la Walla about noon on October 19, and will pull out for points north en route to Lewiston at 6 o'clock in the evening. The fact that arrangements have been made for a five hours' stop in Walla Walla was conveyed in a letter to Mayor Hunt from Thomas Richardson, manager of the Port land Commercial club this morning. Mayor Hunt said this morning that arrangements for entertaining the ex cursionists during their stay in Wal la Walla would probably be taken up at a meeting of the Commercial club as soon as President Catron returns from Portland. Just what will be the nature of the entertain ment, the mayor said he did not know, as it was a matter for the Commercial club to take up, inasmuch as the visitors will mostly represent the commercial and industrial interests of Portland. So far about 50 Portland ers have arranged to make the trip, they are: H. M. Cake, president Portland Com" mercial club; F. R. Praele, Praele, Helele & Co.; the J. McCracken Co.; Arthur P. Tift, attorney at law; Ed ward Ehrman, Ehrman & Co.; Hart man, Thompson & Powers; W. E. Co man, assistant general passenger agent, Harriman lines; Paul Shoup, assistant general freight agent, Har riman lines; Walter F. Burrell, pres ident Burrell investment company; I. Lang, Lang & Co.; S. G. Pill, Mar shall, Wells Hardware Co.; Jay Smith, Marshall, Wells Hardware Co.; Allen & Lewis, J. E. Haseltine & Co.; Townsend Creamery Co., Breyman PRICES ALWAYS THE LOWEST Extra Special SILK UNDER SKIRTS. One of the greatest bargains ever offered on Silk Skirts of every hue and design; made of good taffeta, very full, not the skimpy kind, pleated ruffled and tuck ed flounces; some hemtstiched and well finished. Colors: Black, blue, brown, grey, tan, cream, purple, red and all changeable effects. E*tra good values at $7.50 to $11.00. About fifty in all. Come early to get the best selections. Special $5.85 LADIES TAILORED AND STREET HATS. The most charm ing line we have ever shown. Every imaginable shape and color.. See them before purchasing. Street Hats from to SG.OO Tailored Hats from j£4. to $15. FANCY GOODS FOR AFTER NOON AND EVENING. Never have we shown such a beautiful line in all the latest shades Silk Aeoline, Crepe de Paris, Chiffon, Cashmere, and Silk Snake Skin, from 50* to $1.50 Yard. i Leather American Steel & Wire Co., R. M. Wade & Co., Heywood Brothers & Wakefield, Waterhouse & Lester. Willamette Iron and Steel Works. George Lawrence Co. will send two representatives; Wallace, Cochran & North; Merchants* National Bank; W. M. McMurray, assistant general passenger agent, Harriman lines; T. W. B. London, Balfour, Guthrie & Co.; J. A. Bell, Bell Commission Co.; the Crane Co., Tom Richardson, man ager Portland Commercial club; J. G. Mack, J. G. Mack & Co.; E. A. Ses sions & Co., Dr. R. G. Coffey, presi dent North Pacific sanatorium; W. C. Noon, Jr., Noon Bag Co.; H. L. Pit tock, business manager Oregonian; F. W. Leadbetter, C. H. Pearson, Pearson-Page Co.; Herman Witten berg, manager Pacific Coast Bis cuit Co.; C. D. Brunn, manager Blake-McFall Paper Co.; H. W. Mitchell, Mitchell, Lewis Staver; R. S. Hoskins, grain broker; Hugh Mc- Guire, Pacific Paper Co.; W. A. Mears, secretary North Pacific Coast Jobbers and Manufacturers' asso ciation; L. E. Trent, Parlin-Orendorff Co.; F. W. Ariss, Ariss, Campbell & Gault; Frank Richet, Richet Brothers; John Clark, John Clark Saddlery Co.; J. M. Cronin, J. P. Cronin Co.; Mr. Rosenbaum, Crown Columbia Pulp & Paper Co Sunday School Institute. ! COVINGTON, Ga., Oct. 9.—The Sab bath school institute arranged under the auspices of the Atlanta presbytery opened at the Presbyterian church in this city today. Each Sunday school comprised within the territory of the Atlanta presbytery, is represented by delegates. The convention will close tomorrow evening. Dowie Superceded. WATERLOO, lowa, Oct. 9. —Dr. John Speicher, formerly a Waterloo physi cian, has received a commission ap pointing him successor to Dowie as the overseer of Zion City, and the entire Dowie church. Dr. Speicher has been Dowie's first man since joining the church. Sapleigh—Why do you dislike cigar ettes? Miss Knox—Because they are dan gerous. Sapleigh—But I have smoked them for 10 years and they have not killed me yet. Miss Knox—Yes, I know, and that's one reason why I object to them. We wish to call your attention to the fact that we are offering some extra values in every department of our big store and especi ally a few sacrifices for Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, Oct. 9, 10 and I I f which means much to you; they are bar gains of the first water; you cannot afford to overlook them. We kindly ask you to call and see for yourself; carefully note the "extras" LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S KNIT UNDERWEAR. Winter is coming on and it is time to stock up on warm under wear. We have it here, fleece lined, medium and light weight in white and grey. Prices from to $3.Q0 TO MAKE A WAR ON PLAGUES INTERNATIONAL SANITARY CON GRESS WAS OPENED TODAY* AT NATIONAL CAPITAL. Many Distinguished Scisiti-ris From Foreign Countries Are in Attend ance—Fever Ep'demic. WASHINGTON. D. C, Oct. 9.—The second international sanitary congress opened here today. The attendance is much larger than at the first con gress and nearly all Central and South American republics are represented, as well as every state in the union and many European countries. Among the foreign delegates are many dis tinguished scientists and specialists on infectious diseases. The southern states are well represented although many prominent physicians are pre vented by the yellow fever epidemic from attending the conference. The program is highly interesting and gives an important place to the dis cussion of means to prevent the spread of yellow fever, cholera, malaria and o r her diseases. Each South and Cen tral American republic will submit a report on the sanitary conditions in its territory and social stress will be laid upon the modern methods of quaran tine and the eradication of the disease. The present yellow fever epidemic in the south will be carefully considered, with a view of finding some way to eliminate the danger from mosquitos, which are believed to be the indirect cause of the spread of the epidemic. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY. WANTED—A POSITION BY CASH ier and stenographer: 3 years ex perience; good reference. Address Jessie Gudgell, 706 E. Rose St. WANTED—A HOUSEKEEPER AT 821 East Alder St. To her old Walla Walla friends Mrs. Bessie L. Bonney announces that she is now conducting the Alpine Flats at No. 271% Morrison street, Portland, and would be pleased to receive the patronage of her old acquaintances. THE LONG WEARING IVIOINEYBAK TRADE MARK. Patented Selvage Silks. SATISFACTION OR MONEY BACK. Moneybak the Guarantee of Quality. Raw silk differs In quality and strength. The best comes from China, Japan, and Italy. ■ with the purest materials and yet give unsatisfactory wear. ""^^aS^B skill of the manufacturer. If it is de- ' i sired to make a cheap silk or ono H li r without an identifying trade mark the S vßßh' inferior quality of silk is used. This ; <jf M^BB\^. is weighted to give it body and lustre. unß Not so, however, with MONEY- fl fflj wJl^W'Jl BAK black silks. In addition to riiH using selected pure dyed silk threads WmlMli these fabrics are woven on scientific aj K|i lines which preserve the original iH Krfc * strength of the silk fibers and the MR nk-, result is long wear. 4M mm.^ To enable you to identify these 4k j^M silks the trade mark MONEYBAK is W BF woven in a patented detachable sel- K> vage, which i 3 the makers' guarantee Of SATISFACTORY WEAR OR MONEY , fl| BACK. * Visit our silk counter and ask to be shown these dependable silks. FLANNELLETTE WRAPPERS AND KIMONAS. New line Just received; any size; all fancy patterns, reds, blues, tans and greys; also a large line of goods by the yard at FALL AND WINTEIT SHC)£S For weeks we have been receiving s£tt&*2£ arr a"f?'»* our Shoes for Fall and Winter wear. We are now ready for business. We have the bttf Shoes made by the Compativs h£ shoe-makers. We sell no other soVt Compare our Shoes with others Work manship, style, stock etc. Do this aud ' you'll buy vour shoes here. N. SEIL 2© TCKIN STREET ARE YOU INTERESTED In a good amoke? If so ask for a LA CAPIOSA Do it today UPTON'S, Second and Alder Sts. • If you can't see clearly, bet -4 ter consult us. You may ne*d a ♦ pair of Spectacles. We know. # If you don't need any we will tell • you so. Do not neglect your J Eyes or they m<iy neglect you « later on. \ Ludwigs : & Hunziker ! Jewelers and Opticians Hack and parcel delivery from Col lege Place to Walla Walla every two hours. Headquarters at College Place —Rush's grocery store; Walla Walla —Tallman's drug store. FURS, FURS, FURS. Furs for everybody from infants' sets to the finest of fox fur; every style made, from every kind of animal that grows. Prices from 751 to $4-50- Ladies, our line of Armstrong Shoes are here.