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Walla Walla Evening Statesman (Newspaper) - June 2, 1909, Walla Walla, WashingtonPage eight the evening statesman Walla Walla. Washington. Wednesday. It xxv o. A Good morning a said the physician. A How Well and Young you Are getting to look. Have you discovered the elixir of youth a a yes doctor a came the Quick response a and i keep a few bottles of it at Home All the time. Its a Klos ter Brau bottled Stahl brewing 3. Malting co. Call marines to disperse the strikers seventy five workmen make a attack on car manned by strike Breakers. Several men Are injured in Melee police fire in air but do not frighten attackers Quot who break windows Phi Ladelma. June 2�?several men were injured today when 75 workmen supposed to be employees of the Navy Yard attacked a trolley manned by strike Breakers. Every window was shattered. The policemen fired in the air and finally the marines of the league Island Navy Yard dispersed the mob. More cars Are running today. This county gets continued from Page one three for one Given count is trebled in the big voting contest and three times original value will be Given for each subscription secured now. But two mors Days remain before the contest ends workers Are on the Home stretch and coming hard interest is growing Keener and Riva by is intense everyone is helping. County in land no one of the crushing plants. Convict labor. A Ruth the installation of the Crusher in the Dixie Quarry and operated by convict labor from the state Penitentiary. An enormous Quantity of material can be turned out. And Good roads in this county As Well As in other sections of the state will become a reality rather than a pleasant dream. Three votes for one is the offer made this morning by the management of the big voting contest. In other words the value of subscriptions will be trebled during the last three Days of this big Competition. Lela a ii subscription counted one thousand it now counts three thousand. And will until the final vote Friday night. This offer is Bount to make a shifting in the place of the contestants. Voting yesterday was Light the workers preferring to hold Bank their votes Lor the last Day. And until the last count is made there will probably be Little done in the Way of voting. But that last count. It will be a Hummer. The added incentive of a triple count together the last supreme Effort of racers on the Home stretch will make tomorrow and next Day strenuous ones. Thousands of votes will be cast and the leaders will have to Wark As Well As the one further Down the list. The prizes remember Are Bona fide trips to the a up exposition on for 21 subscriptions and getting those qualifies the worker for the bigger prizes the four trips up the Alaska coast and special Cash offers. The vote stood this morning As follows District no. 1. Irs a Cutie Walla Wash. Stella Walla Wash. Orpha Walla Wash. Ills Hazel Walla. Wash.,miss May Walla Wash. .359.251 560,415 450,988 464,392 568,986 miss miss miss m miss Mary Tanke. Arlle Rouanzion. Gertrude Booher. Maude Baker. District no. 2. Free water Ore., Milton. Ore.,, Ore. Weston. Ore.,. Myrtle . Wash., 429,932 525.640 536,406 284,752 219,374 miss 2,.ss m miss miss miss mrs. Mus miss District no. 3. Cordelia . Wash. 326,648 Dallie . Wash.,363,267 Myrtle , Wash. 275,694 a Mae , Wash. 277,078 Minnie , Wash.,511,840 Elsie , 301.762 Eva , Wash. 312�680 Bessie , Wash. 516�?z680 Gertrude Arltz. Dixie Wash., 32�942 miss miss miss miss miss miss District no. 4. Pasco. Wash. G 4go Kennewick. Wash. 319,925 Kennewick Wash. 53,946 Richland. Wash. 234,988 Alta , w Ash. 341.896 Ella m. . Wash. 339,827 Ethel Hudson Esther Stigler Eva Irwin. Laura Basket. Mining company asks right of Way. Dawson. June 2.�?Yukon Geoid company hag made application to the Gold commissioner for a right of Way across ten Mineral claims in the be Pine District asking for permission to construct Auer maintain ditches flumes and Pii get lines in connection with the water system of the company on the to Lve mlle Grants. Of the ten claims in question three Are owned by c. H. Wells and twelve others one each by Alexander Gwynne Malcolm Mcdougall George Steart Halfdan Gro Schier e. Sharele Chas. A Purdy. R. Melville c. H. Wells Pierre Ledieu and e. Mcadam. Some of the claims have been Crown granted which gives the owners Complete title. Are coming a is a. Close second if not a Superior to the Tarantella. Miss Helen Gregg and miss Lelah Coyle dance the Highland fling with the variations. These Little lassies Are pretty dancers and have the Peculiar scotch gestures Down to a Fine Point. The suits Are Beautiful and the general opinion is that this number will be hard to beat. Two of the Cleverest artists on the program Are the Young ladies taking the dutch dance. A emr. miss Bakeman and miss Hostettler from Whitman College appear to Good advantage in this Catchy number. The Irish dance includes some of the Talent in the City. The costumes Are perfectly Beautiful and with the Aid of the specialities the mar sovins will have a close rival in the representatives of the Emerald Isie. Some delightful a a a Jec Salties Are introduced into this dance by miss Bol Lerman and miss Kyger who dance a at Donnybrook farm a and Erol marshal in the Irish gig the Well known a Cable tune a Turkey in the a Mollie Shannon one of Anna held a most popular song hits is Sung by Paul Brainard. And 12 boys who take up the chorus from the Balcony with a refreshing effect. And this is Only the beginning there a Fluffy ruffles the swing dance Teddy bears and French dolls the Spanish. Indian and mar sovins with All the frills attendant upon their Success. Big chief with War paint and feathers Indian Maidens with Bow and Arrow dancing to the Sun god. This is the most wierd of All the dances of the big entertainment. The a merry widow Waltz a specially in the Marso Vian dance is Given by miss Frances Paine and miss Stewart who has had years of experience with kor Mesa and Kir messers says miss Paine is splendid and she is. She is a Marvel of Grace and Beautiful to look upon. The votes Are ten cents each and everybody with the Price is eligible to vote. All the Money obtained in this Lairmer goes direct to the Park fund and Many private plans Are on foot among the different dances to win the prize. The Lance receiving the largest number of votes at the close of the Kirmess will be extended a vote of thanks by the woman spark club for the donation. Excellent car service has been secured and All cars will wait until tie close of the program each evening before making the final trip. Seven door prizes will be Given this evening at the opening of the Kirmess program. The prizes with the donors Are As follows two lots of Crystal ice 500 pounds each Loney and company ice Cream Freezer Morrow Drew company Cord of Wood Tau sick and Kauffman flour h. P. Isaacs and company Sliver bread tray k. Falkenberg clock. Martin jewelry company. Cathcart sues Meyring on promissory note. Asks payment of paper executed favor of Anna Saunders and f. B. Clark. In having assumed promissory notes executed by George l. Meyring and Henry his brother in favor of Anna Saunders for the sum of $833.33 and another to f. B. Clarke for $166.66, suit was filed in the Superior court this afternoon by l. J. Cathart through his attorney e. C. Mills asking that these notes be foreclo.= before the property is in Sucu shape that the payment of them a will be impossible. When the notes were made out and delivered to these respective people a chattel mortgage was issued on such goods and merchandise of the Mistletoe Candy establishment As would a pm or them in the event of not being paid and learning that a temporary receiver was about to be appointed at the instigation of w. J. Garden the court has been asked to foreclose these mortgages. Additional attorneys fees to the amount of $150 Are asked for and the further costs Are also prayed of the court. Aga not this company which Are about due. And that had it not been for the carelessness and negligence on the part of the defend amp its. There would be sufficient Money with which to meet them. Attorney h. C. Bryson is representing the plaintiff. Many wonders at electrical show Stork beats scythe. Bearing out the theory that the w orld will soon be too densely populated is the report ending for the month of May showing 15 deaths and 27 births. Although neither of these figures Are staggering from any Point of View they yet present a Good average for the regular death and birth rate of each month and from past rec orcs Are taken As a fair indication of the Speed with which this country being filled up with new Comers. Is Mohi sessions n . Senite senator Aldrich s Resolution adopted and solons wifi slumber in seats during Early part of the evening. Niering lunged is Leege store so says his partner w. J. Gardwell who claims he had no say and that he was not consulted in its affairs. Looking for requite to Dass fled Adda. Alleging mismanagement. Misti pro privation of Funda and other causes a petition was filed in the Superior court this afternoon by w. J. Gardell against George l. Meyring and Henry Meyring. Asking that a temporary receiver be appointed to assume the responsibility of running the Mistletoe Candy company. The Case appearing before judge brents he appointed a. K. Dice to act in this capacity until further notice Hla Bond being fixed at $5.000. On decent racer 1, 1908. The plaintiff and defendants formed a partnership for the purpose of running the Mistletoe Candy company equal rights being invested in each. From that time the plaintiff asserts that the defendants especially George Meyring have assumed All of the business response Bil cities and would not allow him to have any say in the matter. It is further claimed that the business has been grossly mismanaged that collections have been made without the knowledge of the plaintiff and that Money has been turned into the establishment which has never been accounted for. Furthermore it is said that two mortgages Are now pending Washington june 2.�?the a <8 Senate today formally adopted a a the Aldrich Resolution providing for sessions to be from 10 30 in a i Quot the morning to 5 30 in the after a noon and from 8 of clock at night to 11. Until the work on the Tariff 4� Bill is completed. A labor saving devices never better illustrated than at Atlantic City. National electric Light association holds its thirty second convention on Youngs pier. City n. A. June 2.�? electricity in its to labor saving devices for lightening the burdens of House keeping was never better illustrated than at the exhibition which was opened to the Public today by the National electric Light association which is holding its thirty second convention on Youngs pier. Hundreds of people today visited the b g show of the men who Are illuminating the world and were startled if not shocked at the great strides made in making the electrical juice More useful. First there is the electric Washtub and automatic laundress. All that the housewife to do when she has one he was beginning to to by Terian Church. A a a until he changes. I will ask the ladies style move their hats. The Stvil a in z hats now Are so Large that Thev int Fere so much with the vision of persons sitting behind after hymn was Sung he said a there two men in the audience hid by of hat. If the persons who Wear them desire to move they May. Two Young ladies wearing monstrous merry widows which tilted at an an Gle which completely shut off the View of those behind them left the Church of these is to throw a Coli it be of Bas Colorado River on a riotous rampage eating away its Bank at. Needles California at rate of 35 feet in nine hours citizens work desperately. A Needles. Cal., june 2.�?with Ltd the 175 feet of Bank by Tovee Pythis a a City and the Colorado River being Ltd eaten away at the rate of 35 feet a 4� in nine hours property owners Are working desperately building a a breakwater to save the town. Alarm is increased by the news 4&Quot from the Headquarters of the Colo 4 4> Rado River that the River is Stead 4> 4 ily rising South of grand Canyon. 4 4>4 4>4i4> 4>�4>4>4>4> sets of clothes in the Hopper and then go to the theater. When she comes Back the Linen has been washed dried and pressed. As yet it does not sew on buttons nor darn . It is a new invention and higher education takes time. There is also a Patent Cradle Rocker which will Rock the Cradle for hours while the Mother takes a rest. A Man from Chicago is exhibiting a dress fitted with self adjusting buttons. They Are magnetized and All that is needed is to form an electric circuit from the top to the Bottom of dress and it Hooks itself up. It. A a Dick Richards of Newburgh this starts the motor and the icebox and cel Larette. This is a wonderful affair. It is fitted with a phonographic switch which is Only adjusted and turns on the current when the owner or a Man who has set the lock Calls. Sues or payment. Alleging that he performed services while acting in the capacity of physician to the value of $125.50 for mrs. Anna f. Davidson suit was filed in the Superior court this afternoon by or. J. F. Cropp for the recovery of this amount. The plaintiff further asserts that this work was done in the year of 1903 and As proof that the defendant is aware of the account is shown by a letter which the former claims to have received from her. Agreeing to pay the sum of $27.50 in full settlement of the Bill. This starts the motor and the icebox will travel through Halls open doors and go up stairs. The sound of the voice operates the steering apparatus. There is also a burglar trap worked on phonographic Princi Isles. The sensitive plates will not work the alarm at the sound of any of the family a footsteps or their voices. Wien set. However strangers Are grabbed by Iron arms and a megaphone Calls a a police a late Spring delays operations Dawson. June 2.-a late Spring i delaying the operation of the Jred of the Yukon Gold company this season. Not a wheel can he turned in. Til Power arrives from the twelve mile St tion. Much ground has m. Ready been thawed in Advance of All the machines and digging would be under Way if it were not for absence of the electrical Energy. Very Little water has been running in the twelve mile so far this Spring although the volume is slightly every Day. The installation of the third unit at the Power station has been completed. The repairs on the Bear Creek Siphon occasioned by the bursting or one of the sections last week will be finished tomorrow. Corned beef continued from Page one rather than remove big hats Wowen leave Church depart in Huff because minister told them to take off headgear. Vancouver Wash. June 2.�?�?oi sympathize with the men in the audience sitting behind High hats a said Rev. H. S. Templeton last evening As at 11 30 of clock or m. Stiles was called. He at once administered antidotes. And did All that could be done for the Relief of his i it patients. For a time or. Emigh s condition was so critical that it feared to would not recover but the effects of the Poison gradually diminished and All patients Are today reported out of danger. Not Tomaine. Or. Stiles is of the Oigt Ini in Liat the illness in the Emigh family was not due to Tomaine poisoning. the symptoms were not identical. He the to arsenic poisoning from the tin in which the beet was contained. Or. H. W. Brubaker of Whitman College will today probably make an analysis of the meat in order to ascertain definitely what was responsible for the sudden and severe attack of those who ate it. Little daughter dead. Genovefa. The infant daughter of or. And mrs. Joseph Curcio who died this morning at residence West of the City will be buried morning at 10 of clock from St. Patrick Schu Rich the Rev. Father Van de v in officiating. Interment will be in the Catholic cemetery. The storied Northwest a trip of Scenic surprises of thorough Comfort of unexcelled meal service in Short a trip to live in memory forever. Four electric lighted through t transcontinental trains through Standard and tourist sleeping car Sarvice bet Woan the Pacific coast and Minneapolis St. Paul and Chicago. Through Standard and tourist sleeping cars to St. Louis and through Standard sleeping cars to Omaha via Billings. Visit Yellowstone National Park a Routa. Pullman drawing room sleeping cars Leathar upholstered tourist sleeping cart la carte dining cart for All meals. Illustrated literature and full infer nation about the Low round trip summer fares upon request. A. D. Charlton asst. Gen. Pass. At. 255 Morrison St., Portland s. B. Calderhead Gen. Agent Walla Walla Wash. Northern Pacific railway Alaska Yukon Pacific exposition. Seattle june 1 to october 16, 1909 Rainier National Park and Paradise Froin a Tacona june 1 to october 1, 1909. Yellowstone Park season june 6 to september a Evertee nth National irrigation Congress Spokane a 25. 1909. Rose festival Portland june 7 to 12, 1909. Ill

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