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MONDAY, APRIL 2, 1906.
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amd union Pacific
ONLY LINE EAST VIA
SALT LAKE AND DENVER
TWO TRAINS DAILY
jvo. 7 Arrives from Spo
kane and departs for
Pendleton 3:30 p m
N». 8 Arrives from Pendle
ton an dthe East, and
departs 10;50 m
No. 41 Leaves daily except
Sunday for Pendleton
10:00 a. m
No. 44 Arrives from Port
land 3:45 a. m
No. 43 Leaves for Port
and Spokane via Wal
lula 10:00 p. m
No 42 Arrives from Pendle
ton, except Sunday .. 9:10 p. m
No. 57 Arrives from Dayton and
way points 6:30 p. m
No. 58 Leaves for Dayton 8 a. m.
Pullman Standard and Tourist
Sleeping cars daily to Omaha, Chica
go; Tourist Sleeping cars daily to
Kansas City; Pullman tourist sleeping
cars (personally conducted) weekly to
Chicago; reclining chair cars (seats
free) to the East daily..
Steamer Lines.
San Francisco-Portland Route
Steamer sails from Portland 8 p. m.
every five days.
Daily Boat Service between Portland
and Astoria except Sunday, at 8 p. m.
Saturdays at 10 p. m.
Snake River Route.
T.eave Riparia daily except Satur
day, 5: 40 a. m.
Leave Lewiston daily, except Fri
day, 7:00 a. m.
R. BURNS, Gen. Agent.
Walla Walla, Wash.
fife
NORTHERN PACIFIC
Be a free thinker —but watch jour
speech.
RAILROAD
TRANCONTINENTAL TRAINS
DAILY.
ELECTRIC LIGHTS.
STEAM HEAT.
ELEGANT NEW DINING CARS.
PULLMAN AND TOURIST
SLEEPERS.
Through Tickets to All Points.
Call on any agent for maps, time
cards, folders, etc., or address,
A. D. CHARLTON,
A. G. P. A.
255 Morrison St.,
Portland, Ore.
S. B. CALDERHEAD,
G. P. A. W. & c. R. Ry-.
Walla Walla, Wash.
Wiiloo i Coini to
Time Care 1 Effective June 4th, 1905.
TRAINS LEAVE WALLA WALLA:
No. 1 Passenger f° r Dajton
Waitsburg, D*ie. etc. 9:15 a. mi
No. 2 Passenger for Pasco,
eattle, Tacoma, Spo
kane and all Nortn^o
6. lo p. rn
Pacific points
No. C Mixed for Eureka,
Hunt's Wallula and
... 7:30 p. m
Pasco
No. 8 Mixed for Eureka Flat
points, (Sundays only). 7:00 p m
TRAINS ARRIVE AT WALLA
WALLA:
No 1 Passenger from Seattle,
Tacoma, Spokane and
a „ Northern PaC ' #C 9; m
points
No. 2 Passenger from Dayton.
nixie etc.. 5-3° P m
Waitsburg, Dixie.
No. 6 Mixed from Pa-c •
Wallula, Hunts, 0-30 a. m
«o. 7 Mixed p. m
points .Sund . first . cla ss
Trains 1 and waHa and
sleeper between
Pasco. Through be reßerved
Tacoma and Spoka
by applying to, GOO DHUE,
Pity Ticket Agent.
F. F. ROOT, C 1 y
s Tcalderhead,
~ aral passenger Agent,
G W alla Walla, Wash.
Quick Action!
MALE HELP WANTED.
WANTED—A JANITOR AT THE
telephone building. Inquire man-
ager's office.
WANTED — ENERGETIC, TRUST
worthy man to work in Washington,
representing large manufacturing
company; salary $40 to $90 per
month, paid weekly; expenses ad
vanced. Address, with stamp, J. H.
Moore, Walla Walla, Wash.
MEN AND BOYS WANTED TO
learn plumbing, bricklaying, plaster
ing trades; pays $5 a'day; special
offer $25 two months' course; short
time only; union card guaranteed.
Coyne Bros. Co., New York, Chicago,
St. Louis. Free catalog.
WANTED—A MAN, FIRST-CLASS
canvasser, to sell illustrated souvenir
books of Walla Walla. Inquire Chap
man's Studio, 321 Ransom bldg.
WANTED—BY CHICAGO WHOLE
sale and mail order house, assistant
manager (man or woman) for this
county and adjoining territory. Sal
ary $20 and expenses paid weekly;
expense money advanced; work
pleasant; position permanent; no in
vestment or experience required;
spare time valuable. Write at once
for full particulars and enclose self
addressed envelope. Superintendent,
132 Lake st., Chicago, 111.
WANTED—MANAGER FOR BRANCH
office we wish to locate here in Wal
la Walla. Address, with references
The Morris Wholesale House, Cin
cinnati, Ohio.
WANTED—BY CHICAGO WHOLE
sale and mail order house, assistant
manager, man or woman, for this
county and adjoining territory. Sal
ary $20 and expenses, paid weekly;
expense money advanced. "Work
pleasant; position permanent. No in
vestment or experience required
Write ft once for full particulars
and enclose self-addressed envelope.
Cooper & Co., 132 Lake Street, Chi
cago, 111.
WANTED—A DISTRICT AGENT FOR
the Massachusetts Mutual Life Ins.
Co. Only responsible man with good
ability need reply. This company
pays annual dividends to all policy
holders, is most economically man
aged, and its policyholders are pro
tected by the famous Massachusetts
insurance laws. References ex
changed. H. G. Colton, Manager, 310
Chamber of Commerce, Portland,
Oregon.
BIG 4 EMPLOYMENT AGENCY.
Keefer bldg., room 1, bet. First and
Second »ts. on Alder. Help furnished
free to employers; also auctioneer
and real esta'e.
FEMALE HELP WANTED.
WANTED —YOUNG LADY FOR OF
fice with knowledge of stenography
and typewriting. Address in own
handwriting, stating experience and
salary wanted. M. E., Statesman
office.
agents wanted.
AGENTES 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 fcr us after
January 1. No capital required.
We manufacture a staple line «f mer
chandise for which there is a uni
versal demand. Raymond, Hill &
Co., 185 Kinzie St., Chicago.
20TH CENTURY BICYCLE LAMPS
$2.50, Alder St., Bicycle Shop. Solar
lamps, $3.00.
WANTED— AGENTS FOR COM
plete Russian-Japanese War Books;
good salary, sample free. Address
Globe Co., 723 Chesnut St., Philadel
phia, Pa.
PERSONAL.
AFTER APRIL 1 DR. ELLEN
Ketchum will be at her residence, 504
E. Main st. Phone Main 1348.
M. SHANK & CO., DEALERS IN
iron, brass, copper, bottles, lead,
zinc, sacks, rubber, hides, furs, etc.
105 East Main St., Phone Black 879.
WANTED —100 SECOND-HAND Bi
cycles at Alder Street Bicycle Shop.
WANTED —10# SECOND-HAND Bi
cycles at Alder Street Bicycle Shop.
FOR RENT-.
FOR RENT — ONE-HALF OF
double house; 6 rooms; new, mod
ern; close in. 131 Whitman st. In
quire R. Ludwigs.
FOR RENT—COTTAGE AT CORNER
East Alder and Merriam sts. Inquire
547 East Alder st.
FOR RENT — HOUSEKEEPING
rooms. 209 First st.
FOR RENT—FURNISHED HOUSE
keeping rooms. 615 E. Rose st.
Phone 1787.
FURNISHED ROOMS, 307 SOUTH
Fourth St.
THE COAST HOUSE, 7% ALDER
Street, opposite postofflce. Up to
date in' every respect. Employment
office in connection. Phone 212.
Samuel Jay, Prop.
GENERAL.
PLOW TEAM WANTED TO PLOW
all or part of 700 acres; no water to
haul. Inquire of J. A. Baxter,
Main st.
WANT TO BUY SMALL. QUIET
horse and buggy; also good agents
wanted. 201 McAuliff aye.
WANTED—BY MAN AND WIFE,
situation on ranch or will take any
position in the city. Address C. J. D.,
care of Statesman.
WANTED—ALL KINDS OF MES
senger work and distributing.
Lightning Messenger Co. Phone 137.
WANTED—BY YOUNG MAN, Posi
tion as bookkeeper or salesman in
general store; long experience and
first-class references. Address "W.
L., Statesman office.
GENTLEMEN, IN BUSINESS, AGE
25, wants to correspond with a lady
of means; object matrimony. Ad
dress Walla Walla Correspondence
Club, Room 1, Keefer bldg. Phone
674. No 28
WALL PAPER.
Wall papers, ceilings and borders
complete for 10x12 rooms $1.25. Chi
cago Wall Paper store, 218 E. Main.
WANTED —TWENTY PEOPLE TO
board and room at 342 S. Fourth st.
WANTED—PARTNER, TAKE HALF
interest in good paying business;
good money for young or old. Call
at 201 McAuliff ave.
WANTED—TO REPAIR THAT OLD
wheel at the Alder Street Bicycle
Shop.
WANTED—YOU TO VISIT OUR
tree yard on corner of Palouse and
Alder sts., opposite library; making
lawns and flower gardens a special
ty. C. E. Short & Sons. Phone 1863.
PHONE F. L. 163, SHADY NOOK
Dairy, T. F. Kendall, prop., for the
best milk and whipping cream; de
liveries made in Walla Walla every
day.
— ;
EXPERIENCED DRESSMAKER— ;
Mrs. Buren, 434 Crescent St.
— • .
ALL KINDS OF SECOND-HAND j
Bicycles at the Alder St. Bicycle j
Shop.
ALL KINDS OF REPAIR WORK AT j
Alder St. Bicycle Shop, 124 W. Al
der.
BICYCLES FOR SALE FROM $5 TO
$15. Alder Street Bicycle Shop; 124
W. Alder.
FOR SALE —BEE HIVE LODGING
house. Particulars at Banquet res
taurant.
FOR SALE—BANQUET RESTAU
rant. Apply Banquet restaurant.
FOR RENT—TWO NICELY FUR
nished bedrooms, with use of bath;
suitable for two. 342 S. Fourth st.
TRY THE CASCADE FUEL CO, FOR
"Wood or Coal. Phone Main 214.
WALLA WALLA JUNK SHOP
Wholesale and retail dealers in all
kinds of Hides, Wool, .Scrap Iron
Brass, Copper, Rubber, Lead, Zinc,
Bottles, Old Rubbers and Second-
Hand Sacks, and Second-Hand Fur.
niture, Stoves and Carpets.
EPSTEIN & YOUDOVITCH.
Phone Main 360 121 East Main St.
WALLA WALLA, WASH.
THE EVENING STATESMAN, WALLA WALLA, WASHINGTON.
A FEW FIXE BARGAINS IN REAL
estate. 815 Washington st. Phone
1236.
FOR SALE —STANDARD BRED
driving horse; 4 years old; weight
between 1100 and 1200; also small
driving mare. Inquire L. Kenworthy,
Portland Restaurant.
HOUSE AND LOT ON E. ALDER,
100x495 ft.; fruit and shade abund
ance. Phone 1331 or address 209
Madison st.
FOR SALE—FINE HOME, MODERN
improvements; block from school;
best location possible. Phone 1331.
Address Heber White, 209 Madison
St., for particulars.
2560 acres of unimproved land—more
than one-half grain land. Will sell
for $5.00 per acre, providing sold soon;
one-half cash, balance time to suit the
buyer at 7 per cent; plenty of spring
water. Phone 1736.
FOR SALF —TWO LOTS 50x125;
good soil; large shade trees; 4-room
house located 509 Jefferson st., in a
district where there are new indus
tries; house will rent for $10 per
month; look this up, and if wanted
come and pay me $400 cash, balance
$400 on time, and the place is yours.
The lots alone are worth the money.
R. A. Smith, over water office.
FOR SALE—FIVE ACRES GOOD
alfalfa land near city; good graded
school near; $1,500; terms easy. Ad
dress box 509, city.
FOR SALE—NEW HACK. INQUIRE
at this office.
FOR SALE—A CHICKEN RANCH OF
about five acres at the corner of
Thirteenth st. and Reese ave. In
quire on place of George Sammons.
FOR SALE—2SO ACRE DAIRY OR
stock ranch, near Olympla; under
partial cultivation; partly timbered;
good hay meadows, drained by coun
ty ditch; living water and good pas
ture year around; cream from dairy
cows collected at gate; school and
church one mile; rural delivery, rural
telephone; will also sell dairy stock,
farm team and implements cheap.
For full particulars address
Crandall Bros., R. F. D. No. 1, Turn
water, Wash.
FOR SALE—ALL KINDS OF BlCY
cles at the Alder Street Bicycle
Shop.
FOR SALE-BARRED PLYMOUTH
Rocks, cockerels, hens and pullets;
$1.50 each: S. C. Brown Leghorn
cockerels $1 each; eggs $1 for 15.
Inquire at McLean's grocery store.
FOR SALE—TWO NICE NEW
houses on Walla Walla ave. in
Green's annex, two block from
Green's Park school; price $900 and
$1,100. Address W. J. Estes, P. O.
box 76.
FOR SALE—AT STATESMAN OF
flee. Heavy Newspaper Wrappers;
size 5 feet square; suitable for
building purposes or for laying car
pets.
FOR SALE—A THRESHING OUT
fit. Address box 352, Walla Walla,
Wash.
FOR SALE — TWO SPLENDID
money-making 1 properties—Banquet
restaurant and Bee Hive lodging
house; properties are being sold on
account of the illness of the pro
prietor; if purchased at once prop
erties can be bought to splendid ad
vantage. Full particulars at Ban
quet restaurant.
J. W. McGhee, Jr., Insurance
Real Estate, Loans, Rentals, in
vestments and Surety Bonds, l!
■ to 14 Dooly Block, Main SI
■ Phone Main 900.
GUS SWANSON'S
Cigars, Confectionery
Fruits and Stationery
L"O3 E. Main Phone 362
BOOT AND SHOE REPAIRING
promptly done. Prices right. First
class work guaranteed. H. Romer,
122 East Alder street.
Is What Is Necessary In These Hustling, Bustling
Days; and That Is What You Oet When Your Ad
Appears In the Statesman. A Want Ad Will do the
Buslness\and You Are Sure of Getting
FOR SALE.
PROFESSIONAL.
DR. J. C. MACK. PHYSICLA.N AND
Surgeon. Special attention given to
diseases of women and electrical
treatments. Office, rooms 21 and 22,
Postoffice building. Phone, Offices,
Main, 440: Residence, Main 950.
W. R; INGE DALTON, M. D„ 44-7 AR
cade, Seattle. Skin an£ genito-uri-
nary diseases.
DR. N. G. BLALOCK. M. D., OFFICE
in Rees-Winans Bldg. Phones: Of
fice, Main 272; residence, Main 342.
DR. J. W. WOODS, GRADUATE
Veterinary Surgeon. Office Mcßride
Bros. Co. Res. phone 957. Hospital
service. Asst. State eVterinary;
Ex-House Surgeon, State College.
S. C. BRIGHAM, M. D„ OCCULIST
and Aurist. Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Postoffice building. Phone
Main 268.
GROCER.
THE PLACE TO BUT GROCERIES
is at the store of J. F. McLean, 124
East Alder St.
SUITS PRESSED.
W. W. CLEANING & DYEING
Works. Ladies' and gentlemen's
clothes cleaned and pressed. 21 W.
Alder St. Phone 783.
CLEANING AND PRESSING—LA
dies fine garments cleaned; men's
suits sponged and pressed for $I.'oo
per month. 14 N. Third St. Phone
218.
SUITS SPONGED AND PRESSED
16 N. Second St. Phone Main 716.
G. G. Sctineller
Optical Specialist 18 East Main Phone 353
Eyes* Tested
.Glasses vFitted
J. h. TIMMONS, Transfer
All manner of freight, goods and
musical instruments handled with
care. All-orders promptly attended to.
Forwarding freight a specialty. Office
Hedger's Jewelry Store. Res. 1527
Phone Main 265.
Fine Watch Repairing
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
FALKENBEKG
The Popular Priced Jeweler
Corner Main and Fourth.
BANKS.
JJL.ELAKS ff
mm
Allows 2% on checking accounts, 3%
and 4% on certificates; also 4% on
savings accounts.
ALL KINDS OF
LUMBER
OREGON LUMBER YARD
JOHN W. M'CRITE, Mgr.
421 W. Main St.
The Office
Wines. Liquors and
Cigars
ALBERT NIEBERGALL, Prop.
114 Main St. Waila Wall*
Business NOON LUNCH
• at the -
SENATE
Wm. Retzer, Proprietor
You Will Find
Betz Beer
to be the pleasing, satisfying:
kind. * It is good not only on©
day but every day. It makes
friends and keeps them because
it is excellent in every respect.
Why not give it a chance to
make a friend of you?
JACOB BETZ BR'G. & MALTIN6 CO
Quick Results
GENUINE BARGAINS.
A Model Home
148 ACRES, MILES TO PRES
cott, 20 miles north of Walla Walla.
Good Improvements. 110 acres is
In crop; good for 40 bushels of
wheat per acre. 38 acres Is bottom
land, under a deeded ditch. Abun
dance of water for irrigating pur
poses all the time. This is an ideal
home place and is worth much more
than we ask for It.
Price Only $8000.
We can divide this place and sell
the bottom land separate. Come
and see us about this bargain at one*,
once.
An Unparalelled Investment in Wheat
Land.
320 ACRES 7 MILES NORTHWEST
of Prescott. Good 25 to 30 bushel
wheat land; 280 acres to be sum
mer fallowed this season; 2 houses,
and shed and barn on place. Land
all around it sells for $20 to $25.00
per acre.
The price has been reduced this
week to only $5000.
Better look this up.
BAXTER REALTY CO.,
271/2 N. Main St.
RELIEF FOR LADIES
FRENCH TANSY WAFERS.
Original and only genuine put up In
yellow wrapper with Crown trad*
mark. For sale by leading druggists.
L. L. TALLMAN
Furnishes the wholesale trade.
Ransom Block
Corner First and Alder Streets.
Business Directory
E. D. MATTINSON, LOANS, INSUR
ance, Surity Bonds, Notary Public.
Rooms 206-207. Phone Main 250.
HOUGHTON & READING, REAL Es
tate. Insurance, Money Loaned.
Rooms 200-201' Telephone Main 540.
DR. C. N. SUTTNER, ROOMS 212-213,
214. Telephone: Office, Main 185;
Residence, 186.
DR. J. F. BOYLE, ROOMS 212, 213.
214. Telephone: Office, Vain 185;
Residence, 1036.
I. W. INGRAM, M. D.. ROOMS 204-
205. Telephone: Office, 572; Resi
dence, 486.
RADER & KING, ATTORNEYS AND
Counsellors at Law. Phone 714
Rooms 313-314-315-316 Ransom bldg.
TV. B. CASSILL, DENTIST, ROOMS
310-311-312. Office, phone Main 461;
Residence, Main 576.
M. C. ROYAL, ATTORNEY AND
Counsellor-at-Law. Room 318, Ran
som Bldg.
WEATHER BUREAU, ROOM 412-413.
F. Newman, observer. Telephone
Main 514.
The Viavi system of treatment
cures in nature's own way. Will sure
ly save you from the knife.
Parlors 216-17 Ransome Building.
Tel. 606.
Phone Main 134
PICKARD & HENNESSEY, UNDER
TAKERS AND LICENSED EM
BALMERS, 312 W. Main Street.
Phone 151. Opposite Court House.
J. W. COOKERLY—LICENSED EM
balmer and undertaker. Babcock
block, 7% Fii ?t street. Tel. Main
379.
MACMARTIN & CO., FUNERAL
directors and Embalmers, 130 East
Alder. Telephone Main 322. Em
balming a specialty.
Penhyroialhlls
KED «n«l told meullle bow.
* With bloc ribboo. T»ke mo other. BelJaM
» PtiftroH »«koilt»«loM aai Ijlta
— flf tJc»Biu Buy of joor Drugfirt. or 4e. J®
C Jr lUnpa tor Pirllnhf*
Bud " Relief for Lodieo," Mtm. bj re.
[f ton Mall. lO.OOOTtit'Moltl". 8»«V
HI Drmliu. CkWe»t«rCkej«lMltfc.
Mention ail p>iw Htilwi Squra, lIIILA- M
VICTOR E. BUCKLEY
Bricklayer and Stone Mason
Boiler Setting and Mantle
Work a Specialty
Corner Union and' George Streets
SECOND FLOOR
THIRD FLOOR.
FOURTH FLOOR.
UNDERTAKERS.
BRANDS HEARST AS SCOUNDREL.
Delancy Nicoll Assails Congressman
Who Wanted to be President.
NEW YORK. April 2. —In a speech
bristling with bitter invective, deliv
ered last night before the democratic
club, Delancey Nicoll branded Wil
liam Randolph Hearst as a scoundrel
and a traitor and him of
sneaking into the democratic camp
during the presidential campaign of
1904 and deliberately "sticking the
knife" into the democratic candidate
and the democratic platform.
Mr. Nicoll made the admission also
that the only checks the members of
the democratic committee had in the
1904 campaign were those that were
drawn on their own accounts.
"We had many in our head
quarters and one bureau sneaked in
and occupied the entire fourth floor."
he said. "The rooms were ours; we
paid for them and kept them up. This
crowd I refer to came In, occupied
these rooms, put their feet under our
desks and used our money. That
crowd was William R. Hearst. Ihmsen
and the rest of the* followers. Every
hour they were there they were trying
to stick the knife into the democratic
candidate and trying to beat him.
Mr. Nicoll contrasted the conduct
of William J. Bryan with that i** Mr.
Hearst and praised Mr. Bryan's lay
alty.
When he sat down Mr. August Bel
mont arose and, commanding' silence,
said: "Gentlemen. I hope you are sat
isfied with Mr. Nicoll's speech. I feel
very much relieved. All who feel as I
d, say 'Aye.'"
Members of the club jumped to their
feet and shouted a chorus of ayes.
NEAR COMPROMISE.
Senate and House Seem Likely to Get
Together on Referendum Plan.
WASHINGTON, April 2.—That the
senate and house will reach a com
promise agreement on the statehood
bill, which will permit Arizona and
New Mexico to decide for themselves
the question of their admisison as ono
state, seems a correct conclusion from
present indications.
The conferees met today for the sec
ond time, and while the session was
devoted to what are termed the minor
amendments, there are indications that
a basis of agreement on the chief ques
tion is suggesting itself naturally, and
will result in the restoration of Ari
zona and New Mexico to the bill with
the Foraker amendment. Inquiry
among the senators who opposed the
original house bill indicates that they
will accept this compromise.
The senate amendment defining the
limits of the prohibition territory in
Oklahoma is regarded as the result of
a gerjeral agreement among all parties
Interested and is acceptable. Likewise
there sems little objection to the sen
ate provision allowing lieu school lands
to be selected in place of school lands
found to be mineral lands. Other sen
ate amendments are to be considered
Friday.
Railroad Commissioners Meeting.
WASHINGTON, D. C., April 2—The
eighteenth annual convention of the
National Association of Railway Com
missioners opened here today and will
probably remain in session for three or
four days. The attendance is very
large and every state in the union is
reDresented. An interesting program
has been prepared, including a number
of recreational features.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed proposals will be received by
School District No. 1, County of Walla
Walla. Wash., up to Friday, the 13th
day of April, 1906, at 4 o'clock p. m.,
for the erection of a gymnasium build
ing and heating plant for the same, in
accordance with the plans and specifi
cations, prepared by Henry Osterman,
architect, rooms 7 and 8, Baker-Boyer
building.
Each bid must be accompanied by a
certified check as specified, as a guar
antee that the successful bidder vyill
enter into contract and give bond for
the faithful performance of said work.
The School Board reserves the right
to reject any and all bids. Each bid
and check must be inclosed in a sealed
envelope marked "Bid for Constructing
Gymnasium," and addressed to the
undersigned.
By order of the Board.
MARGARET CENTER,
Secretary.
NOTICE.
When wanting hay, call up Phone
1372.
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