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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1906.
FOR DIRECT PRIMARY LAW
Appeal Has Been Made to Voters
of Washington.
URGED TO PREPARE FOR THE FIGHT
Civic Union of Seattle Sends Out Cir
cular Letter to All Newspapers
in the State.
An appeal to the people of "Washing
ton to make a warm campaign for a di
rect primary law to be passed by the
next legislature ha s been sent out by
C. W. Horr, chairman of the direct
primary committee of the Civic Union
of the city of Seattle. His letter is
as follows:
SEATTLE, "Wash., Feb. 7.—Citizens
of Washington:" All who believe in the
majority rule, and are opposed to the
domination by an oligarchy of political
bosses are exhorted to agitate and or
ganize for a campaign in favor of nom
inations by direct primaries, which will
restore the lost art of rule by the peo
ple.
The political bosses decreed that we
shall not have rule by the people, and
for that reason defeated direct primary
bills in the legislature of the state of
Washington in 1891, 1903 and 1905. At
the last session of the state legislature
a direct primary bill passed the house
and was reported on favorably by the
senate judiciary committee. Twenty
one of the 42 senators had intimatad
they were in favor of direct primaries.
"When these men, elected as servants
of the people, had ascertained that 21
senators had indicated they were in
favor of direct primaries, it was, de
creed by the bosses that the direct prU
mary bill must not be allowed to come
to a vote, so that these public servancs
would not be placed on record by roll
call. It was understood that when the
bill came up for consideration it should
be howled down by a viva voce vote.
This self evident scheme as outlined
was carried out almost unanimously, in
opposition to the efforts of Senators
Russell, Graves and Palmer who
pleaded for fair play and a square deal.
Prepare For the Fight.
We must now prepare for the fight
and see to it that only good and true
men are nominated and elected to the|
legislature, who will serve the people
to the end that the much too confiding
American citzen may not be the vic
tim of irresponsible polticians. If you
wish to exercise your full rights ..if
American citizenship, organize direct
primary leagues in every voting pre
cinct in this state. We will call a
state convention of league delegates
and enter into the campaign fully pre
pared for the coming fight with the po
litical bosses.
The great states of Ohia and Penn
sylvania have declared in an unmistak
able manner that the political bosses
and ward heelers must go. Now is the
time for all good citizens to assert their
manhood and recover their political
rights, now usurped by political bosses
Let us be worthy "for rule of the peo
ple, by the people and for the people."
DIRECT PRIMARY COMMITTEE.
Per C. W. HOOR.
AMUSEMENTS
Kuiiman 'uiee oiuu.
The boys' glee club from the Wash
ington State College arrived in Walla
Walla this afternoon and tonight will
give a concert and entertainment at tno
Keylor Grand theater. This is one :f
the best student organizations in the
state and everywhere they have ap
REQUIRES 3 MINUTES
of Back-Breaking Work. and a "Universal" Bread Maker.
(ASK YOUR WIFE.) (ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR.)
The New Way is Simple, Sure and Sanitary and the "Universal" Bread Machine
is Ae Acme of the Labor-Savers' Art.
SOLD BY
THE DAVIS-KASER CO.
peared they have been given a rousing
reception. The members of, the club
are said to be excellent singers and
their efforts to furnish an attractive
program have been crowned with suc
cess. One of the features of tonight's
concert will be the brass quartet, which
will render several musical numbers a:.>l
in addition to the musical end of the
program the boy s also present a good
one-act comedy. The advance sale in
dicates that the theater will contain a
large audience tonight.
"Human Hearts."
In "Human Hearts" the story told is
one of much interest in which the
sympathies of the audience are very j
thoroughly enlis'ed. Tom Logan, an
honest blacksmith, living in the hills
of Arkansis, is entrapped by an ad
venturess whom he marries without
discovering her character. After a
time, and while poor Tom thinks his
happiness is secure, her former lover
appears on the scene. A murder Is
committed and through the plottings of
this Infamous man and woman, the
crime is fastened on Tom. He dis
covers the truth, but through love tor
the woman, and rather than betray her
he bears the stigma, stands trial, is
convicted, and is sentenced to state'a
prison for life, where he would have
remained, had it not been for the In
tervention of faithful friends, who bring
his case to the notice of the governor
of Arkansas. In the end of course, all
ends happily and Tom is restored to his
former standing in the community. The
play is one in which pathos is com
bined with comedy.
The organization presenting "Human
Hearts," is under the management of
W. E. Nankeville, who has directed its
tour most successful}- for years. Mr.
Nankeville is said to have procided
ample scenery display for the produc- j
tion and to have engaged a splendid
company for the portrayal of the vari- |
ous characters. At the Keylor Grand
tomorrow night, February 10.
Charles B. Hanford.
One of the most terrible and tre- I
mendous characters of the drama is
that of "Othello," which Charles B.
Hanford will present at the Keylor
Grand on Monday, February 12. It is
terrible because of the rage which in
spires it and tremendous because of its
simple dignity. That few actors can
realize such immensities of human
emotion as it deals with is not sur
prising. Charles B. Hanford has been
fortunate in having the courage, tho
scholarship, the genius and the op
portunities which must combine ?n
order to produce a favorite tragic star.
Schooled in his early youth under thp
guidance of the most eminent players
that have graced the American stage he
has in mature life carved out a way for
himself with only the loftiest ideals of
his art in view. Today finds his re
ward in the fact that the announce
ment of his appearance is sufficient t •
arrest the attention of theatre-goers of
every description. Miss Marie DrofnaTi
who will play "Desdemona" is an act
ress of wonderful power and personali
ty. "Iago" will be played by that ex
cellent actor Frank Hennig. Specisl
scenery and costumes have been pro
vided for this presentation of "Othel
lo."
"Yon Yonson" Coming.
The attraction at the Keylor Gran
on February 14, will be "Yon Yonson"
which is such a departure from the
average dialect production. It is u
Swedish dialect comedy with a plot
well worth listening to. Earl K Mit -
chell interprets the role of the Swede
"just over." As the play progresses,
"Yon Yonson" shows evidence of grad
ually becoming Americanized. It is
! said that since the death of Gus Heege,
no one has assumed the character si
perfectly as Mr. Mitchell, who originat
ed the part in England. The play is
staged with new scenic equipment and
1 accessories During each act a number
of refined specialties will be introduced,
including the now famous "Lumber
men's Quartet," which has made such
a great hit throughout the country.
SILVER CUPS FOR CHICKENS
Walla Walla Exhibitors Carry Away
. - Biggest Share of Prizes.
W. R. CRIFFIELD WAS THE LUCKY ONE
W. E. Gross Carries Awx,y the Hand
some Association Cup on His
Fine Plymouth Rocks.
The marking of the birds and the
awarding of prizes at the "Walla Walla
poultry show was concluded last night
by Judge McClave. While some of the
exhibitors were disappointed in not
receiving premiums the decision of the
judge gave general satisfaction. An
other large crowd was out last night
and viewed the exhibit.
"Walla "Walla exhibitors were lucky
in securing most of the cups offered
as additional prizes. The association
cup for Plymouth Rocks went to "W. E.
PROFESSOR HERBERT KIMBROUGH, PIANIST,
With W. S. C. Glee Club at Keylor Grand Tonight.
Gross, of Walla "Walla. The Wyan
[ dotte cup was given to E. Kelley, of
Winona, while the Leghorn cup was
captured by Mr. Criffield. The special
cup offered by the Northwestern Poul
try Journal for the 10 birds scoring
the highest number of points, except
ing bantams, was won by Mr. Criffield
on white Leghorns. The Walla Wal'a
Meat & Cold Storage cup for Orpine:-
tons wa s awarded to P. I. Ludwigs, of
; Waitsburg.
Additional Awards.
The following is the list of the addi
tional awards made by Judge McClave
last night:
Barred Plymouth Rocks.
C. H. Kingman. Waitsburg. Wash.,
2d pen, 180 13-16: 2d cocks. 90 3-4.
U. Z. Ellis. Dayton. Wash., 3d pen.
180 9-16; 2d pullet, 92. 3-4.
F. Breed, College Place, Wash., Ist
and 3d cock, 91-90; Ist pen, 92 1-2;
Ist cockerel, 92 1-2.
Mrs. George T. Shaw. Sandpoim,
Ida., 3d hen, 91 1-2; 3d pullet. 92 3-4.
J. A. Shepard, Spokane, Wash., 2d
, cockerel, 91 1-2.
Riverside Poultry Farm, Spokane,
! Wash., 2d hen, 91 3-4.
White Plymouth Rocks.
W. E. Gross, Walla Walla, Wash.,
i Ist pen, 186 5-16; Ist cock, 90 1-4; Ist
I cockerel, 91 1-2; Ist hen, 90 1-2: Ist
! pullet, 94 1-4; 2d pullet, 92 3-4; 3d
1 pullet, 92 1-2.
Silver Wyandottes.
Otto La Budde, Ist pen. 185 15-16;
Ist cock, 91 1-2; Ist, 2d and 3d cock
| erel. 93 1-2, 91 1-2, 91 1-4; 2d hen.
' 91 3-4; Ist and 3d pullet, 94 and 92 1-4.
B. R. Allen, Ist and 3d hen, 94.
I 90 3-4; 2d pullet, 93.
R. C. Brown Leghorns.
W. E. Abbey. Ist pen, 186 1-8: Ist
cock. 91; Ist and 2d cockerel. 93, 90:
Ist, 2d and 3d hen. 93. 92. 92; Ist, 2d
and 3d pullet. 93 1-2, 93 1-4. 92 3-4. |
S. C. Buff Leghorns,
j Mrs. L. Biersner, Walla Walla, Ist.
3d pen. 189 15-16, 186; Ist cockerei.
THE EVENING STATESMAN,WALLA WALLA, WASHINGTON.
95 3-4; 2d hen. 93; Ist, 2d and 3d hen.
94 1-2. 94 1-4, 94.
C. L. Phillips, The Dalles, 2d pen.
186 3-8; 3d cockerel, 93 3-4; Ist and
3d hen, 93 3-4, 92 3-4.
H. o. Smith, Penawawa, Wash., Ist,
2d and 3d cock, 94 1-2, 93 1-2, 92 1-4:
2d cockerel, 94 1-4. . > j
White Wyandottes.
E. Kelley, Winona, Wash., Ist pen,
188 3-8; Ist and 2d cockerel, 94, 93;.1at
and 2d hen, 95, 94; 2d pullet.
Rev. J. H. Bainton, 2d pen, 187 1-4;
Ist cock, 93 1-2; 3d pullet, 94 1-2; 3d
cockerel, 92 1-2.
Mrs. C. J. Grenache, North Yakima,
Wash., 3d pen, 185 3-4; 2d hen, 93 1-2;
Ist pullet, 95.
S. C. Buff Orpingtons.
P. L Ludwig. Waitsburg, Wash., Ist
and 3rd pen, 187 3-4, 185 1-8; Ist and
3d cockerel, 93 1-2, 91 1-2: Ist and 2d
pullet, 94 1-2, 94 1-2; Ist and 3d hen,
93, 89 1-2.
William Blackhurst. South Tacoma,
Wash., 2d pen, 186 1-16; Ist cock,
92 1-2; 3d cock, 92 1-2; 3d pullot,
94 1-4; 2d cockerel, 92; 2d hen, 92.
Black Orpingtons.
Mrs. J. M. Davis, Tekoa, Wash., Ist
cockerel, 95 1-2; Ist and 2d pullet, 96,
94 1-2.
S. C. White Leghorns.
W. R. Crifleld, Walla Walla, Wash.,
Ist, 2d and 3d pen, 191 1-8, 190 1-2,
187 3-4; Ist, 2d and 3d pullet, 96, 95 1-2,
95 1-2; Ist, 2d and 3d cockerel, 95 1-2,
95 1-2, 94; Ist. 2d and 3d hen, 95 1-2,
95, 95; Ist cock, 94.
Block Minorcas.
Dr. O. J. Croup, Walla Walla, Ist
pen, 185; Ist cock, 93 1-2; 2d cocker-l,
91.
Mrs. T. L. Ragsdale, College Plac?,
Wash., 3d pen, 181 3-8; Ist, 2d and 3d
hen, 97, 95, 93 1-2; Ist pullet, 94.
X. B. Atkinson. Waitsburg, Wash.,
Ist cockerel, 93; 2d and 3d pullet,
93 1-2. 93.
S. C. Brown Leghorns.
J. U. Ferrel. Walla Walla, Wash.,
Ist pen, 188 1-2; 3d pen, 186 5-8; 2d
cockerel, 94; Ist, 2d and 3d pullet.
94 3-4. 94 1-2, 94 1-4; Ist hen, 94 1-2.
J L. Robinson, Walla Walla, 2d pen,
187 5-8; Ist cockerel. 94; 3d hen, 93 1-2;
3d cockerel, 93 1-4.
Houdans.
P. H. Tomilson, College Place, Wash-,
Ist pen. 187; Ist cock, 93 1-2: Ist cock
erel. 91 3-4; Ist pullet, 94 1-2; 3d hen,
93 1-2.
Mrs. L. Biersner, 2d pen, 185 3-16;
2d cock. 92; Ist and 2d hen, 95 1-2, 94;
2d pullet.
War Horse Games.
All to Russel Short.
Cornish Indian Games.
All to J. M. Fiedler.
B. B. R. Game Bantams.
All to C. B. Auker.
Buff Cochin Bantams.
Willis Gross. Walla Walla, Ist pen,
183 15-16; 2d cock, 90; 3d hen, 94 1-2.
A Stine. Walla Walla, Wash., Ist
cock, 92; Ist hen, 95; Ist and 2d pullet,
95 1-2.
Freeman Smitten, Walla Walla, 2d
pen, 94 1-2; 3d pullet. 94 3-4.
White Langshans.
W. H. Stevenson, Walla Walla, Ist
cock, 92; Ist, 2d and 3d hen, 91 1-2,
91 1-4. 91.
Shell, Walla Walla, 2d cockerel
89 1-2.
Black Langshans.
F. Stapleton, Walla Walla, Ist cock
93 3-4; Ist and 2d hens, 95, 95.
W. H. Stevenson. Ist cockerel. 92.
Golden Seabright Bantams.
George Hunt. Walla Walla, Ist cock,
92; Ist hen, 93 1-J; Ist and 3d pullot,
93 1-2. 92 1-2.
J. U. Ferrel, 2d cock, 91 1-2; 2d cock
erel, 89 1-2; 2d and 3d hen, 93, 92:
2d pullet, 93.
Toulouse Geese.
Andy Taylor, 2d cock, 90; Ist hen,
93 1-2.
Mrs. L. Biersner, Ist cock, 94; 3J
cock, 90; 2d hen. 91.
Embden Geese.
All to Andy Taylor.
Indian Runner Ducks.
All to Mrs. D. M. Smith. Walla
Walla.
Pekin Ducks.
Mrs. L. Biersner, Ist cock, 95 1-2;
2d cockerel, 96; Ist cockerel, 96 1-2;
Ist and 2d hen, 96 1-2, 96; Ist and 2d
pullet, 97, 96 1-2.
"SEE AMERICA FIRST" PLANS
COMMERCIAL CLUBS WILL CON
SIDER THEM IN PORTLAND
FEBRUARY 15.
Plans are maturing for the "See
: America First" convention, in Port
i land, February 15. It is thought every
| city in the Pacific Northwest will be
strongly represented. Nearly every
commercial organization in the district
has agreed to send delegates. The
meeting will be conducted by officers
|of the National organization, but M
■ held in the interests of the northwest.
R. L. McCormick. of the executive
committee of the League, will preside,
and Fisher Harris, of Salt Lake, execu-
I tive commissioner, has notified the
! Commercial club that he will be
' present.
Before the opening session the del°-
' gates will be tendered a reception at
j the Commercial club. After the recep
tion two addresses will be made before
the business men of the city, and the
initial session will be called to order
at 2:30 o'clock in the afternoon. The
evening meeting will open at 8 o'clock.
! Among the speakers will be Fisher
Harris, Mr. McCormick, W. D. Wheel
wright and L. W. Pratt, of Tacoma.
UPHOLDS RIGHT OF OLD FOLKS
SUPREME COURT SETTLES STA
TUS OF DEED IN CONSIDER
ATION OF SUPPORT. .
When old folks deed their property
to their son on an agreement that Sie
will care for them until they die, the
estate that passes to the son is not
such as will vest title in the son's
wife, or on her death in her children.
Such was the decision of the su
preme court in the Skagit county case
of Jefferson Ford against C. H. Kimb'e
and others at Olympia. Ford sued to (
set aside a decree in a case wherein ne,
while a minor, was a party. Levi and
Rebecca Ford, aged 80 and 75 years a t
the time, deeded their J7.000 Skagit
county farm and turned over $2,000
personal property to their son, on his
promise to care for them while they
lived. The deed by mistake gave a
wrong description of the property.
Subsequently the parents gave a
quit-claim deed of the property, de
scribing it correctly, to their daughter.
Litigation arose, to which Jefferson
Ford was a party as heir of his mother,
who was wife of the old folks' sou.
This litigation resulted in a decree set
ting aside the quit-claim to the daugh
ter, curing the original.deed to the son
and requiring the son to care for the
parents. Subsequently the old folks
separated, the father going with his
daughter, the mother with the son, and
the property wa s by court decree parti
tioned between son and daughter.
In its decision the supreme court
says Jefferson Ford, the grandson, had
no interest in the litigation or property,
because while record title was in h s
father, the father was not an owner in
fee, but simply a trustee for the old
folks.
No Pill is as pleasant and positive as
DeWitt's Little Early Risers. These
Famous Little Pills are so mild and
effective that children, delicate ladies
and weak people enjoy their cleansing
effect, while strong people say they
are the best liver pills sold. Never
gripe. Sold by L. L. Tallman.
Gotch Throws Three Men.
ROCHESTER, N, Y. Feb. .9.—ln i
handicap wrestling mact, Frank Gotch
threw Charles Raiser, George Gray and
Con Albright, all of Rochester, twice
each in forty-six minutes and twelve
seconds.
FINANCE THE NORTH COAST
New York Capitalists Said to Have
Put Up Money.
NORTHERN PACIFIC TO MEET ST. PAUL
Report That Union Pacific Had Se
cured Control of the Illinois
Central Is Denied.
The North Coast railroad is to be
built at the cost of about $35,000 a
mile, including terminals, making the
total cost more than $20,000,000, is the
report that comes from New York.
Preparations have been completed
for financing the project on a good
basis. New York capital is supplying
more than 80 per cent of the money.
It is not true that the Union Pacific
has bought the Ilinois Central, though
control has been in easy reach for the
past year.
It is reported the Union Pacific has
sold nearly all the Great Northern and
Northern Pacific stock it owned and
has nearly $100,000,000 in cash.
Nearly 20 branches are to be buiit,
the Oregon Short Line using over $25,-
000,000, which is $15,000,000 more than
expected.
Rumors say the Northern Pacific will
issue $20,000,000 of stock at par to
finance the Clearwater line and lines in
Washington to meet the Milwaukee
competition. There is no confirmation
yet, the buying of Great Northern and
Northern Pacific being a mystery, but
i said to be for Hill and Morgan, en-
I tirely on account of the great deals
• impending.
♦ WHITMAN COLLEGE NOTES. ■•
With their clothing scattered in vari
ous parts of the building the men of
the Whitman faculty at the conclusion
of their basketball practice last night
found themselves the victims of a col
lege joke that savored of the days of
the "old swimmin' hole" when it was
the custom of the boys to tie each
others clothing into knots. It was only
after a continued search that the miss-1
ing raiment was discovered. Who the
perpetrators of the crime were is a j
deep mystery, and at the present time |
no one seems inclined to boast of the
deed, so it wi] probably pass into his
tory with the long list of college
pranks.
The fourth-year class of Pearsons
academy will give a party to the third -
year clas this evening in Association
hall. The entertainment is in return j
for one given by the lower class at the
first of the year.
At the invitation of the Country club
the Girls' Glee club of Whitman will
occupy boxes this evening at the con
cert given by the Pullman Glee club
in the Keylor Grand. Several parties
of students are planning to attend and
give a send-off to the performers from
the State institution. 1
To consider objections or alterations
to the revised constiuttion, the execu
tive committee of the Associated Stu
dents will hold an open meeting to
morrow afternoon. Among other pro
visions the new form provides for the
impeachment of officers to be con
ducted with the president of the col
lege in the chair.
Dr. E. E. Shaw will address the boys
of Billings Hall after dinner this even
ing on the subject of the "Medical
Profession." The talk is one of the
series that are being given every Fri
day.
The second popular lecture, open to
the public, will be given tomorrow af
ternoon by Dr. Brode in the biological
laboratory on the subject of "Bac
teria." Specimens prepared by the
class in bacteriology will be used ; n
the demonstrations. Next Saturday-
Professor Brubaker, head of the chemi
cal department, will lecture on the
"Manufacture of Gas and Gas Analv
sta." An analysis of city gas will be.
made with the apparatus that has late
ly been installed for that purpose.
♦ PERSONAL MENTION.
T. B. Patterson, of Milton, is in town
on business today.
• • •
a. L. Savage, of Wallula, is registered
at the State today.
• • •
Hon. M. M. Godman, of Dayton, is in
the city today on legal business.
• »
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Hines. of Pres
cott, are guests at the Dacres today.
• • •
C. L Hall, a well-known Thiel sta
tion farmer, is in town on business to
day.
M. A. Cowing,- a prominent Prescott
resident, is registered at the Palace
today.
• • •
E. H. Leonard, manager of the Day
ton flour mills, is in town on business
today.
• • •
Charles L. Holt. a well-known
Waitsburg resident, i s registered at the
Dacres today.
• • •
J. M. Denny, a piorieet resident of
Huntsville, is among visitors In "Walla
Walla today.
• • •
F. L. Miller, of Pomeroy, and M. H.
Houser. a banker, of that place, are
Walla Walla visitors today.
• • »
P. J. Kejinedy, advance agent for the
Ton Yonson company, was in the city
yesterday making arrangemets for the
appearance of his company at the Key
lor Grand.
• • •
E. D. Spicer and W. S. Blackman, Jr.,
of Hover, the new town on the Colum
bia below Kennewick. are in town on
business. They are putting up at the
Dacres.
• • •
U. Z. Ellis, clerk of the superior
court of Columbia county, and W. O.
MeCormick, of Dayton, are Walla Wal
la visitors. Mr. Ellis is a poultry fan
cier and came down from Dayton last
night to take a peep at the poultry
show of the Walla Walla association.
"SOME ROADS OPEN STATE
LY ENOUGH, WITH PLANTED
TREES ON EITHER SIDE TO
TEMPT THE TRAVELER, BUT
SOON BECOME NARROWER
AND NARROWER, END IN A
SQUIRREL PATH AND RUN UP
A TREE."
And many advertising campaign*
get switched off into roads of this
kind —expend their forces In news
papers of "squirrel path" circula
tions and influence —and end "up a
tree."
The Right Kind of Advertising Medium is
AN EVER-WIDENING ROAD
HEDGED, FOR ITS WHOLE
LENGTH, WITH "DOLLAR
TREES."
CANCER
AND
TUMORS
or
Lumps in the Breast
Dr. J. L Bohannon &Co.
THE WORLD'S GREATEST CANCER AND
TUMOR SPECIALIST, WILL BE IN
WALLA WALLA MONDAY, TUES
DAY AND WEDNESDAY OF THIS
WEEK.
With Office Rooms 4 and 5 State Hotel
He treats cancers of the lip, tongue,
mouth, throat and of the breast and
tumors. Treatment requires from one
to four minutes. Only one treatment
required to make a cure in ordinary
cases.
Cures guaranteed or money refund
ed. Charges reasonable.
| Permanent office at 1104 Market St.,
j San Francisco, California. Write for
| pamphlet.
RELIEF FOR LADIES
FRENCH TANSY WAFERS.
Original and only genuine put up In
yellow wrapper with Crown trade
mark. For sale by leading druggists.
L. L. TALLMAN
Furnishes the wholesale trade.
HEADQUARTERS
for
SMOKERS* SUNDRIES
Cigars that you will enjoy.
J. M. FIEDLER
Manufacturer of the following
well known brands of Cigars:
LUZ DC ORO,
EL TUNEZO,
INVINCIBLE.
SWEET ERIN
For sale at all dealers.
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