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things you may need:
Purses and Hand Bags 25c to $3.90
Crush Velvet Belts 75c
L Lace Collars, good Xmas. presents .50 to $3.00
f Embroidered Turnovers 25 and 35c
Golf Gloves, new styles 35c to 75c
Knit Shawls and Fascinators 35c to $4.00
A American Lady Corsets $1.00 to $1.75
" Fine Embroidered Hdks. for Xmas. presents 15c to 65c
Infants' Coats *»-75 to $350
Infants' Hoods, swell new styles 40c to $1.25
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PULLMAN, WASHINGTON, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2C>. 1904.
* NEWS OF THE CITY ,
RECORD OF THE WEEK
—The barn on F. D. Richardson's
place, on the eastern bounds of the
city, was burned to the ground last
Tuesday morning between five and
six o'clock. Forty tons of hay, a
hack, cream separator, and other ar
ticles were destroyed. The total
loss was about $2000, with insur
ance of $1350. The origin of the
fire is unknown, although it is prob
able that a tramp sought shelter
within the barn, and started the con
flagration, either intentionally or
otherwise, on departing in the
—A shooting scrape which re
sulted in one corpse and one inmate
of the county jail was one of the
Thanksgiving day diversions at the
county seat. Chas. Martin fired
five shots at Frank Parker, three of
which took effect, and Parker died
Friday. Martin is either insane or
faking insanity, and no cause for
the shooting is known.
—Mr. Harley Crawford and Miss
Eunice Philipps, of Pampa, were
united in marriage, at the home of
the bride's sister, Mrs. Geo. Reid,
near Albion, Wednesday, Nov. 23.
The ceremony was perform; .1 by
Rev. J. W. Chastaiu, pastor of the
U. B. church of Albion.
—W. D. Outman this week ac
companied his mother, Mrs. E. J.
Outman, to Southern California,
where she will remrin during the
winter, hoping the climate may
benefit her heatth. W. D. will re
main in the south for about a month.
—Richard McMahan, aged 92
years, died at his home at Albion
Tuesday, and the funeral services
were held Thursday. Mr. McMahn
was a pioneer of the west and of Al
bion, having lived on this coast over
—Mrs. R. W. Price and Miss Oca
Price, mother and daughter respect
ively of our townsman, H. W.
Price, are here from Portland for a
month's visit They are just re
turning from St. Louis amd the fair.
/ —The football game on Rogers
field last Saturday between teams
from the Colfax high school and
the preparatory department at the
college resulted in a victory for the
local team by a score of 6 to o. .
—Dr. J. E. Gandy, of Spokane,
and Mrs. Dr. Stockton, with her
son, Andrew, of Grangeville, and
Miss Sadie Stockton, of tbe U. of 1.,
were guests at the Becton home the
—The prize for the best costume
at the masquerade ball Thursday
evening was awarded to Mr. Jinnett,
Miss Carrie Hansen securing second
—Miss Georgia Rose, of Colfax,
spent Thanksgiving day with Pull
man friends, attending the dance
given by the band boys in the even
—The Seats grange is to give a
dance on December 2nd, in the
grange hall. Tickets will be $1.25,
including an oyster supper.
—The high school football team
went to Genesee today to play the
high school aggregation at that
—Mrs. B. O. Driver is in the city
fromWallaWal^ >| l
—Dr. Shaw was a Colton visitor
—Andrew Hardwick has re-en
— Mrs. A. Valk and daughter
visited friends at Unioutown over
—F. F. Nalder was the guest of
Walla Walla relatives over Thanks
—Quite a number of Pullmanites
attended the dance at the Whelan
grange hall last night.
—Agent Dunning, of the Nor
thern Pacific, was in Spokane the
early part of the week.
—Caucus for the nomination of
city officers at the Odd Fellows hall,
next Tuesday evening.
—Miss Iva Windus is home from
her school duties at Colfax for the
—Greenville Clark, of the Corner
Drug Store, spent Thanksgiving
day with Colfax friends.
—Full-back Hardy will in all
probability captain the W. A. C.
football team next year.
—H. J. Welty and Coach Sweeley
are shooting (?) geese on Blalock
island, on the Columbia river, and
their many friends are getting ready
to eat roast goose next week.
—The city council has amended
the water ordinance so that future
sprinkling hours will be from 5 to
8 o'clock in the afternoons only,
the morning hours being cut out.
—The dance Thanksgiving night
under the management of the band
boys, was thoroughly successful
from every point of view, there be
ing a large attendance, good music,
and a jolly time.
—Our victorious football team
returned from Walla Walla last
night, having defeated Whitman
College in the final game of the sea
son on Thanksgiving day by the
decisive score of 34 to 4.
—J. H. MeTier, Sr. has pur
chased the residence property of
Councilman W. H. Smith, on State
street. Consideration, $1500. Mr.
Smith expects to move his family
to Lewiston for the winter, but may
build again next spring.
—Postmaster Allen has in con
templation the removal of the post
office from its present location to the
new "flatiron building, on Grand
and High streets, and in order that
he might act in accordance with the
wishes of the business men, circu
lated a petition for their approval of
the proposed change. A large ma
jority of the business men thinking
the change would be for the better
ment of the service, application for
the removal will probably soon be
made. The proposed office is the
central room in the building now
nearing completion, and has open
ings on both Grand and High
streets. The postoffice will occupy
the room alone, and it will be so ar
ranged that the lobby can be left
open and accessible at all times.
The new location will have the ad
vantage of more room and better
light, and certainly from the point
of view of the public service, will be
far in advance of any other location
Dr. Roland Low and Miss Julia
Mary Pritchard, both of this city,
were married Wednesday, Novem
ber 23rd, Rev. Williams, pastor of
the Bplscoptl church, officiating.
The ceremony was followed by a
wedding dinner, served in the hotel
dining room, at which a few intimate
friends of the bride and groom were
Mr. and Mrs. Low later drove to
Pullman, and have taken up their
residence on Mechanics hill, where
they will be "at home" after De
Dr. Low is our popular young
dentist, who has made a host of
friends here who extend to him
their most hearty congratulations on
the charming bride who graces his
household, and all wish much of
happiness and prosperity to the
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. W. S. Pritchard, and,
though a recent arrival here, is from
Dr. Low's old eastern home, where
they plighted their troth a number
of years ago.
—The election board for the city
election to be held December 6th,
will be composed of R. D. Olds, in
spector, and J. S. Grimes and Levi
Crawford, judges, for preciuct No.
51, and E. G. Gill, inspector, and
D. G. McKenzie, judges, for pre
—A large number of our citizens
ate Thanksgiving dinner with the
ladies of the Baptist church, who
served a most bountiful and appe
tizing meal in the Ankeney block.
—The football elevens of the
Universities of Washington and
California, played a tie game, 6 to
6, on the gridiron at Seattle, Thanks
—Miss Bess MacKay is here from
Spokane to spend the Thanksgiving
holidays with the folks at home.
—•'The Tenderfoot" next Mon
day evening will be one of the best
attractions of the season.
—Application tor a renewal of
the Hogue saloon license has been
made to the city council.
—Miss Hunter, bookkeeper at
Blackmail's, is visiting at Spokane
for a few days.
—Miss Lizzie Glaspy has beea
committed to the insane asylum at
—Theo. Davis and wife returned
Monday from a visit to webfoot
—Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Hawkins, Sunday, Nov. 20th, a
—A son was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Kd. Hogan, yesterday.
—E. S. Burgan was a visitor at
the Falls city Monday.
—Dr. Russell returned Tuesday
from his visit East.
— President Bryan returned from
Bran, in any quantity, for sale at
the feed store.
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