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yiTKSPAY, MARCH 24,1906.
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FINE WINES, WHISKIES and CIGARS
Ask For b. ®. A. Rye
—FOR SALE AT ALL FIRST CLASS BARS
Simon's Cigar Store
Imported and Domestic Cigars—Tobacco
360 Acre Farm near Dixie, 100 acres
in cultivation, will trade for City Property.
Fra_nkland <& Brown
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance
106 East Alder. - - - ' Phone 1534
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THE EVENING STATESMAN, WALLA WALLA, WASHINGTON.
STATE GRAIN INSPECTOR ENTHU
SIASTIC OVER OUTLOOK,
TACOMA, March 24.—State Grain
Inspect )i John W. Arrasmith, who has
jjust comnleted a trip through the cereal
districts of Washington, says that all
indications point to a wheat crop this
season o r 40,000,000 bushels, or an out
put as large as that of last season,
when all records were smashed.
The fall acreage of wheat, he says,
Is as largo as it was last year and the
spring acreage la a trifle larger. In the
new districts where siring wheat is
grown there has been considerable
virgin land broken and sown for the
j first time to wheat.
Chief Deputy Grain Inspector S. S
King, who has been investigating the
conditions, says there is also an in
crease in acreage all along the right-of
way of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St.
Paul railroad, where that line crosses
;the Inland Empire.
The road in Washington crosses a
splendid wheat belt, both of winter and
spring wheat, and there has been some
thing of a stampede among cereal
growers to its right-of-way to get loca
tions and wheat land.
The road, according to Mr. King, be
fore harvest time this summer and fall
will be operating its trains through the
bunchgrass districts of the state and
all wheat grown in the new farming re
gions along tae line can be hauled
to the intersection points with the
Northern Pacific to markets.
Mr. King is somewhat enthusiastic
over the prospects of a large expansion
lin the cereal acerage of the state in
j these newly opened sections.
the state grain office and the
I wheat men generally here say that the
j weather of the past fall, winter and
'the present outlook for favorable cli
matic conditions during the spring
could not have been better if they had
been made to order.
Many grain men here, relying on the
additional acreage sown and the ideal
ly favorable weather conditions, de
clare that the crop this season will go
considerably ahead of the phenomenal
crop of last year.
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♦ Is good, nutritious Bread and *
4 upon this bread the foundation ♦
♦ of a happy, healthful life can be ♦
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|+ THE MODEL BAKERY, *
+ Phone 38 No. 3 First Street. 4
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WOLGAST TO MEET
JIMMIE WALSH TONIGHT
BOSTON. March 24.—Kid Wolgast,
the Milwaukee featherweight cham
pionship aspirant, and Jimmie Walsh
of Bostrn. have been matched to meet
in the wind-up of Murphy's show to
night, and an exciting tussle is ex
Walsh is one of the best men of his
HEALTH OF ANIMALS BEST
BECAUSE OF GOOD DIGESTION
An Interesting interview was re
cently obtained with L. T. Cooper, the
young man whose theory and medi
cines have created such a sensation
during the past year.
Mr. Cooper, in speaking <>f the re
markable success of his medicine, had
this to say on the subject: "My medi
cine regulates the stomach. That is
why it is successful. The human stom
ach today has become degenerate and
is the cause for most ill health. In the
horse, the dog. and the wild animals
generally, you see no nerve exhaustion
[no chronic debility. They are not shut
up day after day with practically no
'exercise, and they are not able to stuff
themselves with food when their bodies
have not had enough work to justify
it. The human race has been doing thi«
for yer.rs, and look at the result—half
the people are complaining of poor
health, not real illness—just a half-sick,
tired, d'-oopy feeling. They don't really
Iknow what is the matter with them.
"I know that all the trouble is caused
by weak, overworked stomachs. I have
proved this with my medicine to many
'thousands of people in most of the
leading cities of this country. I expect
!to do the same thing in Europe next
jyear. This is the real reason for the
demand fo r my preparation."
| Among these who have recently been
(converted to Cooper's theory is Mr.
;Monro? Brown of 8 Hancomk street,,
I Winchester. Mass. Mr. Brown has this
Ito say ot his experience with the new
I w eight ever turned out in tne east, lie
has met Abe Attell. the king of all the
I featherweights, three times, losing each
time, but putting up hard battles, in
i spite ot the fact that he was
outweighed. He is immensely popular
around Boston, and will undoubtedly
draw well with Wolgast, as the Mil
waukee boy s recent victory over Har
!ry Bake • has made him strong with the
"The Girl Four Square" Tuesday
evening. March 24.
New Postoffiee In New York.
WASHINGTON, March 24. —Plans
will be opened tomorrow for the new
postoffiee building in New York. Right
of the leading architects of New York
have submitted competitive plans. Tho
judges who will pass upon the plans are
James G. Hill of Washington, Henry
F. Horncastle of New Yoik city, E. M.
Wheelwright of Boston, and Frank
Miles Day of Philadelphia.
Thirty-four of the leading archi
tects of the country have been request
ed to submit plans under the same
acf for the new public building at
New Orleans. Nine of the architects
have offices in New Orleans. None of
the thirty-four is in the competition
!for the New York postoffiee building.
BRYAN HAS HARD
i FIGHT 111 IOWA
DELEGATES TO BIG CONVENTION
BEGIN TO ARRIVE AT
i CEDAR RAPIDS. la., March 21.—
Delegates to the democratic state con
vention to be held here Thursday, are
beginnmg to arrive today, and there is
prospects that the session will develop
'one of ihe hottest fights in the history
of the party. The anti-Bryan democrats
were completely victorious in the first
j skirmish of the state committee, but
I the admirers of the Nebraskan are .le-
Itermined to secure his endorsement by
jthe convention. The Bryan boomers
are in furious mood and are making
j threats t<> oust State Chairman <'. W.
Miller, ii Waverly. a strong anti-Bryan
man. Miller alleges that the conserv
ative eh iin nt of the party is in the
ascendancy in lowa and that it will
have no trouble in maintaining its po
sition in the convention.
Confer On Freight Rates,
ST. LOUIS, March 24. —Committees
repres nting the Texas and Louisiana
Lumbermen's association met here to
day for a conference with the Western
Association of General Freight agents
on lumber rates. One of the principal
subjects for discussion is the old quar
rel as to the two cent differential dis
crimination against western roads to
Ohio river points and the claim for
rebat"amounting to over $2.00ri.000.
A demand for better rates on lumber
from Texas and Louisiana to points in
Kansas. Colorado and Nebraska will
also be made.
"The Girl Four Square" Tuesday
evening. March 24.
imedicine: "For over seven years I suf
jfered with catarrh of the stomach,
and for the past year I was lame with
rheumatism. I attributed this to my
stomach trouble, as my circulation was
jvery poor. What food I ate would turn
jto gas almost at once. I would have a
sensation of bloating, and would have
to belch frequently to relieve this. My
heart also became affected, and I
w-ould suddenly become dizzy and have
palpitations. I was tired and dull and
Respondent at all times. I lost a great
deal of flesh, and was nervous and de
pressed. This went on for over seven
years, although I spent hundreds of
dollars trying to get relief.
j "When Cooper was in Boston I
heard a good deal about his ideas on
stomach trouble. Next, one or two
friends told me that his medicine had
greatly helped them. I purchased some
of the New Discovery medicine. Today
,1 am perfectly well; I sleep like a boy.
can eat anything and have no rheuma
tism or heart trouble. I no longer have
jany gas on my stomach, and feel as I
did years ago. No one could be more
astonished by these facts than myself.
They r.re remarkable, but true. This
( is indeed a wonderful medicine."
j The Ccoper preparations have been
more widely sold and discussed since
being introduced than anything of the
kind ever before sold by druggists. We
sell them and explain their nature. —E.
jL. Smal!ey, 6 East Main St.
♦ CITY NEWS IN BRIEF «
H. B. Cat ton, of the firm of Oat tor j
and Buffum, was yesterday called tc |
Constantino. Michigan, by tin- serious I
illness of his mother. I
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The Women's Aid Society of tin
First Baptist church, will meet tomor
row afternoon in the session room.
Come prepared to work for the needy.
* * *
Sol Simon, convic ted of running a
pool room, today paid his tine of $12T>
and costs, the latter being $10. It is mi
derstood that he will not appeal the f
* * *
John H. Hodges, Lev' Malone and
William McCown, appraisers of the c s
tate of George M. Wilson, deceased,
yesterday afternoon filed notice of
their work of appraising. Tin y value
the estate at $5.412.
* • *
The fire in the Garden City Lodging
house yesterday afternoon was start
ed from a lamp which one of the lodg
ers was using to curl her hair. As
stated yester;lay. there was little dam
age done, the fire being quickly extin
guished by the department.
William ("handler his purchased
three lots located on Bine street of Sid
Coyle. the consideration being $1050.
Mr. Chandler resides :« that vicinity
and intends to impr >\ c his new proper
• * *
Rev. George A. Learn, recently ap
pointed superintendent of the Baptist
orphanage at Kodiak, Alaska, will lec
ture tonight in the Park Street Baptist
church to the members and friends of
the Baptist churches of the city. Rev.
Learn is an inter* sting speaker and has
an Instructive lecture.
Sheriff Fred Fiske of Eugene, Lane
county. Oregon, arrived in the city this
morning with requisition papers for
George M. Whitson, the representative
of the Colorado Fuel and Iron company
who is wanted in Bujgene for passing
worthless cheeks upon Hotel Snieede of
that place. Sheriff Fiske will return
with his man at once.
In the Y. M. C. A. gymnasium tonight
the Hluc> Diamonds, tht; champion
team of the association, will meet the
business men's team. The business men
believe they can trim the top notchers
and as there will have to be things do
ings before they do, the game will be
a good one.
* * *
Attorney Frank B. Sharps, em has
bought of J. G. Erankland, tor $1500.
two lots. 120x-SO-feet deep. >r. Palouse
street and will soon begin :'. c erec
tion of a residence t ; ccsl between
53000 and $4000. Mr. Sh;:r:>*u in re
cently moved to Be'lir.gham (<• reside
but concluded Walla W-ilia the best
city after all and returned.
* * *
John Tycke, sr.. arrested at Wallula j
Sa'.urdav night by Deputy Sheriffs
Painter and Cummings, was released I
from custody this morning on $1,500 J
bonds. Sam Ash. John Bachtold and I
Gus Ferrians an the securities foi his j
appearance at the next term of the j
superior court. None of the others have j
have as yet been able to obtain seeuri- j
ty for their release.
A heavy windstorm reported in
eastern Oregon early tit.'- morning,
struck Walla Walla a boot 1»» o'clock, j
A velocity of over n es an hour
was reached at times ri ring the day. |
Dense clouds of sand i.'cm the Col ;m-
Vr. river district wera carrfcc' high in
the air, shutting off the view of the
mountains and making life miserable
for pedestrians. Farmers look with dis
favor on wind storms at this season of
the year, as they have a tendency to
dry out the soil when surface moisture
is needed for the growing grain.
WOLVES ATTACK ITALIAN AUTO.
i Hungry Beasts Snap at Tires and the
Driver Kills Several.
j CHEYENNE. Wy<X, March 24.—A
! pack of hungry timber wolves, leaping
| from the woods, attacked the drivers
jof the Italian car Zust. running in the
' New York to Paris race, and were only
'driven off after a number of them h :d
Jbeen killed. The car was running
;along a muddy road near Spring Val
ley, when the cry of the wolves was
heard. A moment later the machine
was surrounded by them. At first the ;
Italians tried to drive the animals away |
Iby tooting their horns, but this did
not frighten the beasts. It was when
they began to snap at the tires th »t
the Italians brought their rifles 'nd
pistols Into play and killed many of
Wait for the cars at the Book Nook.
yn There is never a question as to rjj
□n the absolute purity and health- Hi
Ml fulness of food raised with (cfl
; D? l>Ri
1 BAKING POWDER
KA pure, cream of tartar powder (HQ
Its tame is world wide fUn
rwi No alum; no phosphate of lime \rm
T/ie poisonous nature of alum is ].m\m\\\
so well known that the sdle of \im\mi
condiments and whiskey con- lU^U
mr'm taining it is prohibited by law. iIHFi
LH In buying baking powder examine the (LB)
label and take only a brand shown |L J
CONGRESSMAN MOST WED
REPRESENTATIVE LEVER TAKES
CANNON'S THREATS SERIOUS
WASHINGTON, March 24.—Fright
ened by the threat of Speaker Cannon
that he must be a benedict on er before
the firs; of April or be forced to wed a
woman selected by a congressional
committer. Representative Lever of
South Carolina, h is rumored, has be
come engaged to one of Washington's
The name of the youny lady has not
been mad< public, but it is whispered
about the corridor of the house that
the ceremony will soon take place, as
the young Solon from the Palmetto
state hasn't much confidence in con
gressional matrimonial committees.
Meanwhile. Congressman Lever is re
ceiving proposals from maidens in all
parts of the country.
Eligible maidens who have been
overlooked thus far have been taking
advantage of their leap year privilege
Worse Than Three Weeks
Should be a Good Seller
Ist ® Alder Streets - - Phone 572
Be sure and visit Miss Lee's Milinery Store on Alder
Street anad inspect the elegant line of Tailored and
Trimmed Hats on display. Goods that you will like and
prices that will suit you.
12 EAST ALDER.
ami ha»<e showered offers by the score
upon Ah- Lever.
One ot the offers which he received
was from a young woman in TacoflK),
Wash., who modestly said that while she
did not regard herself as a beauty. Mill
she knew that she had accomplish
ments which were more to be desired
in a wife than mete charm of f o c and
Walt for the cars at the Book Nook.
Tc Try Banker Montgomery.
NEW YORK, March 24. —William IL
Montgu nery, formed president of th**
Hamilton National bank, who was in
dicted on two counts charging the
over-certification of checks, will hp
placed or tr'al tomorrow before Justice
Dow lint; in the supree court. Mont
gomery has entered a plea of net guilty
to the indictment.
Pennsylvania Road Election.
PHILADELPHIA, March 24.—Stock
holders of the Pennsylvania raUrood
company met here today for the an
nual election. The retiring director,
Clement A. Grtscom, Charles E. Inger
soll and Henry C. Prick, probably will