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Our Annual Spring Exhibit &
Opening Sale^^
"If The Style Is Correct It Caoi Be Found Here"
Tailor Suits, Silk Shirt Waist Suits, Lingerie Dresses, Skirts, Blouses, Silk Petticoats,
Onyx Hose, Neckwear, French Underwear, Ribbons and Belts
A Silk Petticoat Bargain
$5.50 Skirts for $4.45
All colors and black. If you are looking for a nice
taffeta skirt for little money, one that is as wide as
any skirt, here is your chance for there will be no
more when this lot is gone.
48 SKIRTS IN ALL
A Special Lot of Tine Silk An nn
Petticoats-All Colors . . . j)[),(](J
A NEW YORK MAKERS DISPLAY SAMPLES OE SHIRT WAIST DRESSES
They are all in size 36, one of a kind, and will be sold at about ONE-HALF their real value. Every dress is
slightly soiled around the bottom, for they have been display samples and after serving their purpose were sold to
us at 50 cents on the dollar. Every sale final—Extra charge for alterations as we are tumining these dresses
over to you at cost.
$3.50 & $4.00 Children's Spring Coats
for $3.00
Children's Spring Coats specially priced for this week in sizes 3 to 12 years.
This takes in quite a variety of colors and styles. No alterations.
512. 50 Misses Peter Thompson Serge Suits for $9-50. Assortment is
limited. We advise an early visit for your size.
Walla Walla s First Showing of Imported French Hand Embroidered and Hand Made Underwear, Gowns,
Chemise, Corset Covers and Pants.
Special Showing
This Week
Of elegant new white
waists—Long and short
sleeves.
CORSET SPECIAL
A NEW W. B. ERECT FORM COR
SET. THE LATEST MODEL WITH
SIDE AND FRONT SUPPORTERS
ATTACHED.
Special $1.00
Misses Silk Brocaded AF**
Girdle Corset
Gossard Corsets are CV £aa
The kind that lace in front.
2 SPECIAL MODELS IN a
CORSETS F6R STOUT J
LADIES.
SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS FOR
LADIES' WASH NECKWEAR AT
12'/2<S 25<S 35<S 50^
EMBROIDERED WASH BELTS
WITH NEW PATENT REMOVABLE
BUCKLES
2025 c, 35<S 50
I
RIBBONS
At 25c a Yard
32 PIECES FANCY AND PLAIN
SATIN AND TAFFETA RIBBONS
OF ALL SILK CRISP RIBBONS. IN
WIDTHS FROM 4 TO 6 INCHES.
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY OF IM
PORTED WARP PRINT RIBBONS
AT 60< A YARD
ALL EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS
EXQUISITE DESIGNS IN FANCYj
BACK AND SIDE COMBS IN
STYLES THAT ARE EXTREMELY
NEW. PRICE
50< TO $6.50
NOVELTIES IN NECK CHAINS
NOVELTIES IN FANCY BELTS
Big' Hose Sale
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
FOR 39 CENTS A PAIR
Regular Price of this Assortment, 50 cents Pair.
500 PAIRS LADIES' HOSE, ASSORTED STYLES AND KINDS. ONE SPECIAL STYLE IS A PLAIN
BLACK GAUZE, HOSE, LISLE GARTER, BEAUTIFUL QUALITY AND EXTRA BLACK—OTHERS
ARE FANCY EMBROIDERED LACE AND ALL WHITE GAUZE COTTON, A PORTION DISPLAYED
ON HOSE COUNTERS.
IN CONNECTION WITH THIS SALE WE ARE GOING T£? SHOW A LARGE VARIETY OF FANCY
AND GAUZE HOSE AT VALUES WHICH CANNOT BE MATCHED ELSEWHERE.
200 Sateen Petticoats 500 Ladies' Skirts
f or $1.30 tor $3.75
5 doz. Ladies' Black Sateen Petti- jkj A A 25 Ladies' Navy Blue and Black |||A P
coast (extra dust ruffle); groa ILI Jll Panama Skirts for IL J Ift
width; double stitched. Sale price lllllUw Alterations Extra. lllUl / U
Ladies' Loose Black Silk Coats Ladies' Covert Coat, Loose Back,
Special Special $3.75
$5-00, £7.50 and §9.95
Regular price . . $5.00
Big Cleanup of white and Colored Children's Dresses at
$1.60 each
Regular Prices, S3 00. $5.00. 6.50, 57-50 and f 10.00
THESE DRESSES ARE ALL CARRIED OVER FROM LAST SEASON, WHICH IS NO DETRI
MENT SO FAR AS WEAR IS CONCERNED. BUT TO CLEAN UP OUR STOCK BEFORE THE NEW
ONES ARRIVE (WHICH ARE NOW ALMOST DUE).
Watch the Papers Daily for New Announcements
W2 CLOAK and SUIT HOUSE
A REMARKABLE OFFERING IN
SILK SHIRT WAIST DRESSES
AT $12.50
Real values $15.00 anc ' $16.00* ' n a "
popular shades of Taffeta; two distinct styles, ofte
with fancy Valenciennes lace yoke, short sleeves
with lace; skirt lace insertion and folds. The other
a long sleeve suit with bow knot yoke effect. This is
a special lot picked up in New York City at a re
markably low price. NO SUITS ON APPROVAL.
Another
25 and 50 cents
24 East Main Street Phone 247
THE EVENING STATESMAN, WALLA WALLA, WASHINGTON.
A Special Lot of Ladies'
White Serge Skirts
Especially well Made and Trimmed for $6.00
$14.00 will get a Nice Suit of White Serge. Box Style
$3.00 Linen Shirt Waists
$2.25
Two styles of Arabian Linen Waists, one button
down front the other button back; long sleeves;
both are tailored waists with fine tucks, and can
defy the laundry when washing. Sizes from 32 to
44. Waists can be tried on here, none on approval.
A SPECIAL LOT OF LACE, TAFFETA AND PON
GEE WAISTS ON EXHIBIT THIS WEEK.
A $6.00 SILK LINED LACE WAIST THAT IS A
WINNER. \
50 and 65c Bustles for 39c
LADIES' CARMEN BUSTLES AND
HIP PADS, APRIL SALE PRICE,
EACH 39<
THIS BUSTLE IS BUILT TO FUL
FIL ALL REQUIREMENTS.
12 1-2 Ladies' Vests for 10c
10 doz. Ladies White Swiss Ribbed
Vests, low neck, no sleeves; wide cot
ton tape in neck and arms; full sizes.
APRIL SALE PRICE, EACH....IO^
50c MERODE HAND FINISHED
UNDERWEAR
39 cents
Merode and Forest Mills Underwear
stands above all others in fit, quality,
;omfort and durability. If you have
never tried it, now is your chance for
iittle money.
Styles to be sold at 39c.
50c High Neck, long sleeves, for
50c High Neck, short sleeves, for
50c Low Neck, no sleeves, for 39 £
50c Low Neck, short sleeves, for 39<
50c Knee Length Tights for 39^
No Union Suits Fit Like
Merode
Fine Cotton Union Suits, all styles
65 <
Fine Lisle and Cotton Suits, all styles
$1.25
Better Qualities
$1.50, 91.75, $2.50
Ladies' Union Suits, no sleeves, low
neck, lace trimmed 50^
SPECIAL YPSILANTI UNION SUITS
$1.50 AND $1.75 QUALITIES
for $1.25
This lot is in small sizes only and
are one style, Low Neck, No Sleeves,
Knee Length. The material is fine
isle and cotton, finished with silk
.'ibbons.
LADIES' SILK UNION SUITS
$3-85
LADIES' KNIT CORSET COVERS
25c, 50c and 65c
THROW DIRT IN THIRTY DAYS
N. P. to Begin Active Operations
on Pasco-Riparia Branch
ENGINEEn DARLING IS IT PISCO
COTRACTORS ARE GIVEN OPPOR-
TUNITY TO BID ON THE CON-
STRU.CTION WORK.
PASCO, Wash., April 2. —Within a
month dirt will begin flying on the
Northern Pacific line from Pasco to
Riparia, a distance of sixty-flve miles,
along the bank of the Snake river.
W. h. Darling, chief engineer of the
Northern Pacific, was here Saturday
with Simms and Shields, of the con
tracting firm, conferring with half a
dozen Minnesota contractors and Par
sons & Boomer, of Spokane, about
contracts on this line. Profiles of the
road were shown the contractors and
they were offered contracts. It is un
derstood that none was made. There j
is much heavy rock work and it is /
said the contractors have been unfav- j
orably impressed with the terms offer- j
ed.
It is believed that Wren & Green
ough have taken a contract for some
of the work, this being one reason for
Thomas Greenough visiting this sec
tion this month. Eastern contractors
came out from Minnesota especially to
examine into the work. On account of
the heavy work, it will require about
a year and a half to build the line.
It is supposed to be a part of the Mis
soula cut-off.
The road from Lewiston to Riparia
is now undergoing construction, which
leaves only the line from Kooskfa,
Idaho, to Hamilton. Montana, to be
built. Engineer Darling went to the
coast today in his private car.
THOMPSON IS IN KEEN DEMAND
Since Defeat of "Kid" Parker, Eastern
Fighter Has Offers From West-
ern Clubs.
SPOKANE, April 2.—As a result of
his victory over Kid Parker Maurice
Thompson has received offers of
matches in Seattle and Butte, though
he now wishes to get a go before the
Col ma club.
W. R. Dailey of Seattle wired
Thompson last night that he would
make a good match for him in that
city in the event that the Butte boy
succeeded in disposing of Parker.
Young Gordon of Butte also wants to
have a go with Thompson at about 133
pounds, and the match may be ar
ranged to be held in Dune McDonald's
pavilion in the smelter town.
Characteristic remarks were made
by both fighters after the errtl of the
contest.
"Parker is a good man. and I know
that I had to fight to beat him," said
Thompson.
"Was it a good fight?" queried Par
ker. On being assured that it was, he
answered: "Then I have no excuse to
offer."
BIGGEST PEACH ORCHARD IN WORLD
T. F. Von Holderbeke, Former Horti-
cultural Commissioner, Tells
of His Plans.
T. F. Von Holderbeke, former state
commissioner of horticulture, is in the
city as a witness in the civil action
brought by J. A. Kelley & Sons
against the Northwest Nursery. Since
retiring from the position of horticul
tural commissioner Mr. Von Holder
beke has become identified with L. Mac-
Lean, president of the Spokane Canal
company, in the fruit industry.
"Mr. Mac Lean and I are now en
gaged in setting out what will be the
largest exclusive peach orchard in the
world," Mr. Von Holderbeke said this
morning. "We have 2,000 acres op
posite Chelan Falls on the Columbia
and the land is now being put in con
idtion for the trees. We will set out
320,000 trees within the next two
years. We expect to set out about
65,000 trees this fall. Our "lands ex
tend up and down the Columbia a
distance of nearly five miles and thei
MONDAY, APRIL 2. 1906.
A WOMAN
came into our store not long ago
and Inquired if we had a strictly
all wool ingrain carpet which
we could guarantee to wear and
hold its color. We replied that
we had, that we were sole agents
in Walla Walla for the Cele
brated "Valkyrie" Carpets and
carried upwards of two dozen
patterns in this one grade. We
explained the points of superior
ity which "Valkyrie" Carpets
have over inferior grades, and
told her the -price was always
85c and that we would sew and
lay her carpet without addi
tional charge. The result was
that we sold her a carpet.
After she had made the pur
chase she said: "A neighbor of
mine bought a carpet at your
store three years ago, and it
looks almost as bright and new
as the day she bought it, and
they have used the room every
day, too, so I just made up my
mind to come here next time I
bought a carpet."
We have not had one com
plaint about "Valkyrie" Carpet
in more than five years, and
have built up an enviable busi
ness on this grade.
Next time YOU need a Carpet,
try a "Valkyrie."
CARPET DEPT. 3D ST. ANNEX
Motter-Wheeler Co.
103-5-7-9 Main St. 6 and 8 S. Third
locality is an ideal one for raising
peaches. We have sufficient water to
irrigate 400 acres, but are arranging
for another system of canals that will
tap the Big Bend. There are a num
ber of natural storage reservoirs that
will be utilized for furnishing our
lands with sufficient water to irrigate
the wfyole 2,000 acres."
FLIP OF COIN.
Brothers-in-Law Poll Tie Vote for
lowa Mayoralty.
IDA GROVE, lowa, April 2—The
winner of the office of mayor of this
city may be determined by the flip of
a coin or the cast of the dice. The re
sult is now a'tie.
This strange result is eclipsed by the
fact that fhe warring candidates are
brothers-in-law, both republicans.
members of the firm of Anderson, Lip
ton & Co., worth $1,000,000, founded on
the combined fortune of the two w.Ves,
who are sisters, and nieces of the late
Senator Fair of California, who left
them $900,000.
Robert Lipton and W. J. Anderson
were farmers when the Fair thousands
came to their families. They moved
here and have been prominent ever
since. Two years ago, Lipton was
elected mayor. When he was renomi
nated. Anderson said he was going' to
run for mayor also. The campaign
was intensely exciting. They kept their
temper well and did not let politics in
terfere with money making. When the
result of the election was announced,
Anderson said he would contest, but
now there is talk of a compromise and
a little game of pitch or the short
straw may yet decide who wins the
office.
Shoes! Shoes!!
See Our New Spring Styles
Fop Ladios
For Men
For Misses
i
For Youths and Children
N. SBIIv
20 Mala Street
HEADQUARTERS
for
SMOKERS' SUNDRIES
Cigari that you will enjoy.
UPTON'S SSTsS 4
NOTICE.
W T hen wanting hay, call up Phone
1372.

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