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! and r. r. ntingi $5° t0 $500 a month BaN ACCoU ?«ured our graduates under a? ' o^r s i X schools the largest in Tntca and endorsed by all rail- A write for catalog. MORSE TZuL OF TELEGRAPHY. Cln ati 0.. Buffalo, N. Y., Atlanta, ci " na La crosse, Wis., Texarkana, Jex., SW Francisco, Cal. - —Ration wanted AND WOMAN V " , , nioyment on ranch. J. F. want enii Ute. 10thSt IN SHORTHAND ai i typewriting; will call for dicta tjon an d deliver copy on short notice. Call or address Miss Iva Zarlng at gtters' piano House, No. 223 W. Main gt phone M. H62. Res. Phone M. IXM. _ WANTED. TO SEE OR WRITE Inland Monument Co. for fine Ltery work. Granite Memorials Tnecialty. Chas. M. Gould, Mgr. mjTo. Block. Phone Main 1702. WA NTED-TO REPAIR THAT OLD ' fffceel at the Alder Street Bicycle Shop. ■/ANTED— 100 SECOND-HAND Bi cycles at Alder Street Bicycle Shop. GENERAL. ALL KINDS OF SECOND-HAND Bicycles at the Alder St. Bicycle Shop. COMPE T ENT DRESSMA KER wants day work. Phone Main 1543. I FOU WAM YOUR CHIMNEYS well cleaned, phone to Fire Station. FOR TREATMENT OF THE SCALP, shampooing, removal of superfluous hair, pimples, blackheads and all eruptions of the skin, apply to W. E. Stanton, No. 15 S Fourth St. Pri vate rocni for ladies. i ALL KINDS OF REPAIR WORK AT Alder St .Bicycle Shop. 124 W. Ai der. EXPERIENCED DRESSMAKER — Mrs. Buren, 508 Pleasant street Pbone 1571. THE COAST HOUSE, 7% ALDER Street, opposite postoffice. Up to date in ever} respect. Employment office in connection. Phone 212 Sani'l Jay, Prop. BOOT AND SHOE REPAIRING promptly done. Prices right. Ftrst ciass work guaranteed. H. Romer. 122 East Alder street. TRY THE CASCADE FUEL CO. FOR Wood or Ccal. Phone Main 214. i::WALLA WALLA JUNK SHOP::: Wholesale and retail dealers In all kinds of hides, woo!, scrap iron, brass, copper, rubber, lead, zinc, bottles, old rubbers and second-hand sacks, ■Mi second-hand furniture, stoves Wd carpets. j EPSTEIN & YOUDOVITCH. Main 360 121 East Main St. WALI A WALLA, WASH. SHANK & CO., DEALERS IN iron, brass, copper, bottles, lead, zinc, sacks, rubber, hides, furs, etc. 105 East Main St., Phone Black 879. OCULIST AND AURIST. p ROF. 0. MATTHEWS—MENTAL Magnetic, Thermil and Heetri treatments for all chronic a< 8. Rheumatism specially. R ms - 3 4, Keefer Bldg.. Alder «• Phone Main 1599. RUBBER STAMPS. >ERS FOR STAMPS AT okstore or the Book Nook. Jesse Ferripv , SUITS PRESSED. 6lI TS SPONGED AND PRESSED. Second St. Phone Main 716. Hacks- 1: aaugimessy & Clancy CasweU ' B C[ sar Store. Phon* „ UNDERTAKERS. mer and undertaker. Babcock J7 ° Ct F, rst street Tel. Main P taS^ & hex *essey. UNDER- akd licensed em- 312 Wl Ma,n streftt Court House. I " dire C °- FUNERAL, Embalmera . 130 East baw Telephon e Main 322. Em a specialty. *> — v^_J^OLSTERING. ITPEOLSTEM NO p ho ne v' Palouse street. Classified Ads The Evening Statesman's Directory of Business News for Busy Business People HELP WANTED. WANTED—4 AGENTS, SALARY OR Commission. $5 per day. Call at State Hotel after 5 p. m. and ask for Taylor. WANTED—FIVE WIDE AWAKE salesmen, Men or Women. $5 per day. Permanent Position to right party. Call at State Hotel after 5 p. m. and call for Mr. Taylor. THE RELIABLE EMPLOYMENT Office, C. A. Mott, 226 E. Main St., opposite W. & C. R. Ry. Phone M 1477. FOR RENT. FOR RENT—COTTAGE NEAR Washington school. Inquire Mrs. Lacy, 309 E. Main. FOR SALE—ALL KINDS OF BlCY cles at the Alder Street Bicycle Shop. ROOMS FOR RENT. FOR RENT — UNFURNIEHED Rooms for desirable party. No. 710 South 9th St. FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED housekeeping rooms at 20 West Pop lar. FOR RENT—SLEEPING ROOMS, 307 South Fourth. AGENTS WANTED. WANTED—AGENTS FOR COM plete Russian-Japanese War Books; good salary, sample free. Address Globe Co., 723 Chestnut St., Philad'a. AGENTS WANTED—WE CAN make a most attractive offer to en ergetic men and women to become our personal representatives in their own localities. Prefer those who devote their whole time, with a view to managing branches for us after January 1. No capital required. We ■manufacture a staple line of mer chandise for which there is a uni versal demand. Raymond, Hill & Co., 135 Kinzie St., Chicago. PERSONAL. 20TH CENTURY BICYCLE LAMPS $2.E0, Aider St. Bicycle Shop. Solar lamps, $3.'00. GROCER. THE PLACE TO BUT GROCERIES Is at the store of J. F. McLean, 124 East Alder street. BANKS. Zsu£k% GENERAL BANK -1% Checking Accts. *%> Savings Accts. Capital $100,000 PROFESSIONAL. w7r. INGdTDALTON, M. D., 44-7 AR cade, Seattle. Skin and genito-uri nary diseases. DR. N. G. BLA LOCK, M. D., OFFICE in Rees-Wlnans Bldg. Phones: Of fice, Main 272; residence, Main 342. DR. C. P. GAMMON, PHYSICIAN and Surgeon. Office Paine Bldg. Specialty—Diseases of Women and Children. Phone, Office, Main 316; residence, Main 582. im. J. W. WOODS. GRADUATE Veterinary Surgeon. Office Mcßride Bros. Co. Res. phone 957. Hospital service. Asst. State Veterinary; Ex-House Surgeon, State College. S. C. BRIG H AM. M. D., OCCULIST and Aurist. Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Postoffice building. Phone Main 268. VOICE MENDING A SPECIALTY— Director of opera oratorio and church choirs— Signor G. Ferrari, the emi nent Italian vocal teacher, formerly of Milan, Italy. Signor Ferrari has the highest endorsement of music critics of Europe and America in re gard to the excellence and efficiency of his method. Studio on Third St., Walla Walla Wash. Telephone Main 1115. VERERINARY SURGEON. DR. J-J- MUBBAT. VBTKBIKABT surgeon and dentist; graduate of American Veterinary College, New York City. Office Hartley'ss O. K. Feed Stable, E. Main St Telephome Main 81, Walla Walla, Wash. THE EVENING STATESMAN FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1905. FOR SALE. FOR SALE—NEW SIX ROOM house, strictly modern, close in, two blocks from new Library Build two blocks from new Library Bldg. Phone 787. FOR SALE—Horse, Harness & Spring W r agon at No. 710 South 9th St. FOR SALE—FIVE ACRES GOOD Alfalfa land near city. $1500. Terms easy or will trade for city property. Inquire R.. this office. ONE NEW VICTOR TALKING MA chine and records. Inquire at the Statesman office. FOR SALE—ONE STANDARD BRED Berkshire Boar; as good as there Is in the state. Call or address Fred Campbell, R. F. D. No. 2. Box 10. FOR SALE—HOUSEHOLD FURNl ture for sale. Inquire 414 N. 7th St. FOR SALE—TWENTY-FIVE YOUNG milch cows. Apply t O. Becker, R. F. D. No. 1. FOR SALE—FURNITURE OF SlX room cottage for sale. House for rent; fine location for roomers and boarders. Inquire at 110 sth St. North. FOR SALE—CHICKEN RANCH OF about 5 acres for sale at the corner of ISth St. and Reese Ave. All equip ments. By George Sammons. FOR SALE—SCALE AND WARE house receipt books for sale at this office. ♦ J. W. McGhee. Jr., Insurance, ♦- Real Etsate, Loans, Rentals, In ♦ vestments and Surety Bonds. 12 ♦ to 14 Dooly Block, 16% Main St. ♦ FOR SALE—AT STATESMAN OF ffce. Heavy Newspaper Wrappers; si/.e 5 feet square; suitable for building purposes or for laying car pets. Bi!cYCIHs _ FOR PALE FROM $5 TO $15. Alder Street Bicycle Shop; 124 W. Alder. CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. W. J. ESTES, Artistic Wood Butcher CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Plans made, estimates furnished. All work guaranteed. 507 S. 2nd St. P. O. Box, 76. California Prune Wafers The great tonic cathartic, an inval uable cure for Malaria, Biliousness, Constipation, Nervousnes?, Catarrh of the Stomach, Bad Breath, Oily Skin, Sleeplessness, Wind and % all Liver, Stomach and Bowel troubles. 100 WAFERS 25 CENTS ±Mm Xj. TALLMAN Cor. 2d and Main Sts., Walla Walla, Wash. W. MEYER FOUNDRY Casting and Architectural iron work Machine shop in connection. OLD FANNING MILL SITE WALLA WALLA The Banner Dye Works Steam and Dry Cleaning of Ladies' and Gentlemen's Garments Goods Called, for and Delivered rel. 393 112 E. Alder mmm CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH Pennyroyal pills ■ Original and Only Oeanlae. SAFE. Alw»t« reliable. Ladle*, ejlc Drmflrt V for CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH la KED m« Gold metallic b.jiea. sealed "-v aJKI with bine ribbon. Take no other. Refuse i A Ss*» *Vj Itnwceroua Substitutions and Iralta -1 ~ (if tlona. Buj jour Druggitt. or send 4e. la j* •tamrx. for Particular*. Testimonials , «n> B and "Relief far Lad lea," in Utier, by re \ p turn Mall. 10,000 Teatimonials. Sold bj r all Drafti.ts. thlch ester CheaaleaJ Co., r.ea'.oo th> paper. Madison «»«aare, PM.ILA.. J»A. MEN aNQ WOMEN. fse Bis: M for unnatural lilui JHV Guaranteed irrifatioc;. or ulcerations mfmm aoi to •irictur*. of mucous iiiembraDer Pt»t»»u OnuelM. Painles', »nd not a»trii ICSITHtEVANSCHEMIMICj. pent ot joifonona. UsJACINCINNaX9.H | Sold b f DrORliU I. &i. eent in piain wrapper. *?^^^^ kw bT prepaid, fol Ptvß * ; *°- lX 3 bottle* #2.75. Crculw o» r*MU**» REAL ESTATE. A SNAP IN A HOME. We offer a fine brick veneered resi dence, and an 88x120 ft. lot on graded street at the head of Boyer avenue, where vacant lots sold last week for $2350 for only tttMLM This property has been marked down in order to make a quick sale this week. Owner has to raise mon ey at once, but will make other ar rangements if necessary, and price will be raised to $3750 again. This property is in Lennon's addi tion, which will be opened in a few days. Buy now and get the cheapest place that has been offered this year. BAXTER REALTY CO., 27i/ 2 W. Main DRESSMAKING. DRESS-MAKING—MRS. DAVIS, 503 E. Rose St. CONSTIPATION Causes disease, suffering, death. Symp toms; Tellow skin, Dirty teeth, Bad taste, Spots before the eyes, Dizziness, Head ache, Pimples,, Irritableness, Blues. It's just awful. Only one real cure, NU-TRI-OLA and Nutriola Laxative Granules. Sold by L. L. Tallman WALLA WALLA- WASH. YOUR FUTURE REVEALED Palmistry is a Science. Hesitate no longer and see Prof. B. N. Matthews today. He has been in Walla Walla three months demonstrating the truth and v his excellent work solicits your patronage. Prof. Matthews is a gen tleman and a scholar, and stands to day unequalled in his chosen profes sion. Past, Present, Future, $1/00. At Coast House, opposite Postof fice. Phone 212. NOON LUNCH —at the— SENATE WM. RETZER, PROPRIETOR EQUITABLE LIFF. X (Strongest in the World.) I MILTON HUBER, District Mgr. # P. O. Box 227, Walls Walla. ♦ Telephone Main 167. • GUS SWANSON'S ♦ • Confectionery J • IS THE FINEST IN THE CITY J J 103 E. Main 'Phone 362 • Steam Dye Works 16 N. Second St. Phone Main 716 MODEL BAKERY LUNCH ROOM Best place in the City to get a LIGHT LUNCH MODEL BAKERY CHARLES RETZER. Manager 3 First Street Phone Main 38 hrepare Mi iwmi at IB > »(, h bus.uens or public Me, by mail, it Alllllm 11.-ORICIN AL SCHOOL, iM K.»l WM dm Feuaded In 18»0. Soccesjtu graduates everywhere. Approve* V by bar and law colleges. Rerulai SUP * a • College Law Courte and B-jsiutt L» w Coune. Liberal Terma ■TS ■ Skmujl Offer Maw. Ceialoaee Free. SpragueCorreapondenoc School of Law, I*3 V ejeitic Bid*.. Detr*l».tJte* DEALS WITH CRIMINAL LAW IMPORTANT DECISION IS REND ERED BY THE STATE SU PREME COURT. Lesser Charge Against Accused Person Can be Dismissed Without Bar to Prosecution of Another. The dismissal of an information charging a misdemeanor to enable the prosecuting attorney to file a new in formation charging a felony, based on the same facts and transaction, is not a bar to the prosecution of the second offense charged. The supreme court so decided in the CONSUMPTION'S WARNING Inside facts soon become evident in outside symptoms. —Dr. G. G. Green. The aid of scientific inventions is not needed to determine whether your lungs are affected. The first symptoms can be readily noted by anyone of average in telligence. There is no disease known that gives sc many plain warnings of its approach as consumption, and no serious disease that can be so quickly reached and checked, if the medicine used is Dr. Boschee's German Syrup, which is made to cure consumption. It is in the early stages that German Syrup should be taken, when warnings are given in the cough that won't quit, the congestion of the bronchial tubes and the gradual weakening of the lungs, ac companied by frequent expectoration. But no matter how deep-seated youi cough, even if dread consumption has already attacked your lungs, German Syrup will sureiv effect a cure —as it has done bt-fore in thousands of apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble. New trial bottles, 25c. Regular size, 75c. At all druggists. • For Sale by THE HOCKETT DRUG COMPANY. Direct from Our Distillery to YOU Saves Dealers' Profits Prevents Adulteration HAYNER WHISKEY 4 FULL QUARTS $A flf) EXPRESS PREPAID lIUU M FULL QUARTS $IC Of) FREIGHT PREPAID IVIkV Send us the above amount and we |j J will ship in a plain sealed case, with no MB marks to show contents. Try the whis- BpH key. Have your doctor test it. If you fßaw don't find it all right and the purest and IgHjy jest whiskey you ever tasted, ship It back to us at our expense aid your K&BJg money will be promptly refunded. /HK You can have either Rye or Bou rbon 'X»if Remember, we pay the express J' jB freight charges. You save money Mm Ml by ordering 20 quarts by freight. if you can't use so much yourself, 1 ME get a friend to join you. >f A V W LiJB HAYNER WHISKEY, JjjS^|p l sp'' ?oes direct to you from our 3b JBfl distillery, one of the largest and best equipped in the world, thus assuring you of perfect purity and saving 4L^ STIIA |S| !g you the dealers'big profits. , SI K It is prescribed by doctors and used in hospitals and Dy naif a million customers, because it is good and pure and yet so cheap. WRITE OUR NEAREST OFFICE. THE HAYNER DISTILLING CO. ST, PAUL, MINN. ST LOUIS, MO. DAYTON, 0. ATLANTA. GA. Distillery. Troy, O. Established 18C6 -,03 Capital $500,000.00 Paid in Full I NOTICE TO ARCHITECTS AND CONTRACTORS. j Notice is lu-rcby given that plans i and specifications will be received up j to two o'clock P. M-, Monday, Decem- I ber 4th. 1905, at the office of the County j Auditor, Walla Walla, Washington. I at which time the Board of Commis j sioners of Walla Walla County will j examine plans and specifications for the construction of a modern two story jail building with room for twen ty cells (ten to be completed with building), sheriff's offices, jailor's de partment, juvenile cells, female cells, j insane cells, etc. Building to be com ! pleted and fully equipped in every j respect with all iron and steel work and plumbing and steam heating, ready to connect to boiler, at a cost not to exceed $30,'<)00.'00. One set of plans and specifications if satisfac tory to the Board will be accepted and purchased. The right to reject any and all plans and specifications hereby reserved. By order of the Board of County Commissioneis. W. J. HOXEYCUTT, County Auditor and Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners of Walla Walla County, Washing ton. PAGE BEVEN Ciuhalis county CAM of State of Washington vs . Joseph Campbell. Campbell was first charged with ex hibiting a dangerous weapon In a rud. . angry and threatening manner In a « rdwd of two or more persons. This infirrnation was dismissed upon mo tion of thH prosecuting attorney and a new information charging him with fcSaault with intent to commit murder was filed. Each information was based on the same state of facts. Campbell was convicted under the second Information and sentenced to one year in the penitentiary. Basis for Appeal. On appeal to the supreme court it was contended that under section 61*16, 2 Ballinger's code, the dismissal of the first information was a bar to the sec ond prosecution, the appellant relying upon the case of the State vs. Durbln, 32 Wash.. 289. In tbe Durbin case. Durbln had been charged with assault and battery. This information was dismissed to allow the prosecuting attorney to file a new information charging mayhem, based upon the same state of facts. Upon trial on the last information, the de fendant was found guilty of assault and battery. The supreme court found that such proceeding was equivalent to trying the defendant twice for the same offense and reversed the Judg ment. Distinction Between Cases. The court finds a distinction between the Campbell and Durbin cases, and declares that "it will not do to lay down a rule to the effect that in a case where, through inadvertence or mis information of the prosecuting officer, a defendant has been charged with a misdemanor —for instance, an assault and battery—and it afterwards eventu ates that the actual crime committed was that of an assault with intent to commit murder, or even murder, the law must be content with punishing the defendant for the crime of assault and battery or allow him to escape by reason of the inability of the state to dismiss the action for assault and bat tery and indict for the greater of fense." The judgment of the lower court is affirmed. Judge Fullerton filed a short dis senting opinion, wherein he maintains that the opinion in the Durbin case is a proper itcrpretation of the law, that there is no distinction between the two cases and that the Campbell judg ment should be reversed. TRIAL OF GRAHAM. Fat Jr.nitor of lowa State House Re sists Discharge. DES MOINES, lowa. Nov. 17.—The trial of* Tom Graham, the man who is said to he too fat to be a janitor at the statehouse, has come to be a farce j and laughing stock of the capital city and the state. Graham was dis- I charged two weeks ago because, as Custodian McCardy said, he was too ! fat. He weighs 270 pounds, but is 6 feet 4 inches and walks erect and firm. Being a veteran of the civil war, he notified "McCardy that he would not be discharge.l. but would hold his job under the soldiers' preference law passed by flie last legislature. This announcement was hailed with delight by the oil soldiers of the state, and Graham has received scores of letters urging him to stand by his guns and work on to the bitter end. An attempt to enroll the governor in the fight on Graham failed. Under the preference law soldiers may not be discharged from positions under the state or in cities of the state except for cause. Graham demanded trial and his demand caused him to he brought before McCardy yesterday. He was represented by Senator C. C. I Dowell and Judge Charles McKenzle, j two of the best known lawyers in Des j Moines. I "Where's the judge?" asked Senator Dowell. "I am the judge," said Custodian Mc- Ca^y. "But you are the prosecuting wit ness," laughed the senator. After the ! law was looked up it appeared that no J provision ha 1 been made for a judge in such cases and the rare came to trial before McCardy, who had brought j the charges. "I want a jury." said Tom Graham. "The law doesn't provide for a jury," replied McCardy. "Do you mean that you are to be judge, jurv and prosecuting witness?" Senator Dowell asked of McCardy. "That appears to be about it." Under this farcical situation the trial proceeded. As prosecutor McCardy ! examined all the witnesses. The trial will continue several days. Graham's lawyers are ready with a writ of cer tiorari to get the proceedings reviewed by the district court in the event of a decision against their client. Traded Wives. INDIANAPOLIS, Nov. 17 —"It is no I use to lie, we traded wives," said Ja i cob Cashman today, in court. Cash ' man, with Mrs. Mary Reckman, the j woman he drew in the trade, appeared !In court on comHaint of Cashman's i wife, Mamie Cashman. Cashman was charged with wife-desertion and the 'woman with profanity. Mrs. ('ashman ; is said to have been traded to Fred ' Beckman. husband of Mary Beckman. j The court proceedings faile 1 to dfs j close any evidence of a money con \ sideration. It is said that things went along ; smoothly after the trade was made I and the strange deal had every ap | pearance of developing into something lof a permanent nature. At length, I however, the women met and hostill i ties began. The men met and hostili ties were continued. The two men came to hot words and heavy blows. One thing led to another and then through jealousy, it is said. Mrs. Cash man caused the arrest of the hus band who had traded her off and the woman who succeeded her in his af fections. About ninety days ago Fred Beckman, one of the parties to the trade, was brought before Justice Stout charged with wife desertion. At that time he was fined. WANTED —40 head of draft horses immediately hy Dr. Wood at Mc- Bride's livery stable.