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NEWS OF THE CITY
RECORD OF THE WEEK
\ "— A full house..^attended the pro
duction of "The|Tenderfoot" last
Monday night. The special train
o*l the Gcnesee Ktncu brought in
some 200 people,panted by
the Gencsee baud. While "The
Tenderfoot" is made up of rather an
assortment of numbers, it is well
staged, tuneful, and full of most
amusing situations; and was well re
ceived by the audience. The next
attraction at the auditorium will be
"The Princess Chic,*' comic opera,
next Wednesday evening.
U—Frank Zaletky, the merchant
tailor, is commencing the construc
tion of a neat one-story brick build-!
ing on Alder street, across from the
Herald office. ' He will make the
walls sufficiently strong to stand a
socond story, which he will add 1
later. The building will be occu- j
pied by Mr. Zaleskv's tailor shop,
with probably an'office or store
room for rent. Thus Pullman's
improvement and upbuilding con
», —The large audiences that are
turning out would indicate that the
people appreciate tjie efforts of Man
ager Ford to book the best compa
nies on the road, as well as to make
the auditorium comfortable and at
tractive. ''Tfaej£,i«ff * Chic next
Wednesday evening will* be one of
! the best of the season.
—At the regular meeting of Ever
green Circle, No. It, held Nov. 27,
all of the present officials were unan
imously elected to serve another
term. The banker, Mary Baker, is
serving her fourth year, and the
clerk, Margaret Morrill, her sixth
—Next Monday evening the
Knights of Pythias will elect offi
cers, work in the second rank, have
lunch, and do things pertaining to
the business and social welfare of
the order. All knights are request
ed to attend.
—Dr. Wilson is expected home
from California today, and will
remain till the opening of the
legislative session, when he will go
to Olytnpia to take up his duties as
senator from this district.
—Messrs. Welty and Sweeley re
turned Monday from their goose
hunt on Blalock's island, bringing
home seven plump geese that flew
into their shot.
—Nightly meetings are being held
in the Ankeny block, with speakers
from outside points, by the advo
cates of the "anti-saloon" ticket.
' —The application for renewal of
the Hogue saloon license was grant
ed at the meeting of the city coun
cil Thursday evening.
—Bright, frosty nights and au
tumn-like days have characterized
the weather conditions of the past
—Pres Bryan returned yesterday
from Seattle, where he attended the
state irrigation convention.
—W. M. Duncan has returned
from a trip to Portland and Hood
—Mrs. H. J. Welty is in Portland
for a two weeks' visit with friends.
—L. C. Richardson has returned
from a business trip to Orient.
—B. W. McCann is now employed
in the Pullman Hardware .Store.
W. (Ju.uUs is still quite ill
at his home in this city.
A socialist orator held forth in
(Md FfHows' hall last night.
Mr. and Mts. J. M. Thomp
son have returned from their visit
to their old home in the F.ast.
Fred Rose, an ex-Pullman
businessman, but now a commer
cial traveler, was here this week.
— Mrs. Wm. Goodyear was here
from Colfax Wednesday to visit
friends and attend the Riis lecture,
—George W. Ford has resigned
as local agent of the Northwestern
Warehouse Co., but his successor
has not yet beeu named.
—The family of Councilman
Smith is now established in Lewis
ton for the winter, Miss Almeda
entered the Lewiston Normal.
—H. F. Blanchard returned the
first of the week to McPherson,
Kansas, to resume his duties at the
U. S. government experiment sta
—Frank Young, sou of O. E.
Young, has returned from a visit
to the fair at St. Louis. While
east he visited his father's old home
in Southern Michigan.
—A football team from the Pull
man high school went to Genesee
last Saturday and met defeat to the
tune of sto o. It was a most inter
esting and hotly contested game.
"The Princess Chic."
One of the merriest combinations
of pretty music, pretty costumes,
pretty women, beautiful scenery and
other essentials of comic opera at
its best is promised in the presenta
tion of "The Princess Chic" at the
Auditorium, Wednesday, Dec. 7th.
The opera company presenting
this delightful opera is said to have
arrived at a higher standard of ex
cellence than ever before in its his
tory, and those who are fond of
good comic opera, well sung and
lavishly mounted, have something
worth anticipating in the presenta
tion of the favorite La Shelle-Ed
The cast engaged for "The
Princess Chic" organization includes
the talented and beautiful Sophie
I Brandt. Miss Brandt is appearing
! in the title role of the piece, and the
i critics of the east and south, where
the company so far has been play
ing this season, have bestowed upon
her remarkably high praise. She
is said to have great beauty, a fine
figure and just the right temperment
to give The Princess Chic a spirited
and artistic impersonation. And
beyond these qualifications, her
voice is most delicious and captivat
ing in its quality.
The popular basso comedian, Geo. j
Callahan, who made a tremendous i
hit in the original production of the f
"Princess Chic" in Xew York is,
back in the cast, playing the part he
made the biggest hit in his life in, \
namely, that of "Brevet," the soldier
of fortune. Mr. Callahan's magni
ficent bass voice, it is said, is not
equalled by any other in lyric opera
in this country. He has, also, great
ability as a comedian.
The organization presenting this
popular opera is a very large one,
and has. in its ranks a large propor*
tien of those who participated in the
original success oi the piece.
Ready for Election.
Two tickets are in the field for the
consideration of the voters, lined up
for the battle o! the ballots that will
occur next Tuesday.
Hy order of tire city council, a
nominating caucus was calied cocon-
VtM in Odd Fellows hall, last Tues-
»t.i\ evening, at eight o'clock. The
word had been passed among the ad
vocates of the "anti-saloon" ticket,
however, to he on hand at seven
o'clock, and at that hour those pres
ent put in motion the machinery for
the naming of a ticket having for its
platform the one idea, "anti-saloon." 1
J. \V. Mathews was elected chair
man, and 11. C. Todd secretary, and
the tallowing ticket, which had been
arranged beforehand, and printed in
ballot form, was nominated by ac
Mayor—D. B. Putnam.
Clerk -\V. M. Duncan.
Treasurer—H. W. Baird.
Attorney—J. W. Mathews.
Health Oflicer—Dr. Russell.
Councilmeu, 2 years—E. G. Gill*
J. F. Armfield, H. V. Carpenter.
Councilman-at-large—D. T. Dix
Councilman to fill unexpired term
ofj. H. McKenzie—A. K. Finley.
This caucus concluded its busi
ness, and adjourned at 7:30.
At eight o'clock the regular cau
cus, (the one publicly called by au
thority of the council,) was called to
order by Mayor Staley. W. V.
Windus was elected chairman and
P. W. Kimball, secretary. A plat
form committee composed of Messrs.
Priest, Hubbard and Baker was
named, when the convention pro
ceeded to name its ticket. Here*
also, a prearranged and printed
ticket was in evidence, which went
through without a break, although
balloting was indulged in for mayor
and for councilmen for the two
years term. For mayor, 142 votes
were cast, of which number 129
were for D. F. Staley, and thirteen
for D. B. Putnam, who had been
nominated an hour before on the
"anti-saloon" ticket. After another
ballot for three councilmen for the
long term, in which Messrs. Henry,
McCann and White, the slated can
didates, were named by a vote on a
par with that for mayor, the bal
ance of the ticket was placed in nom
ination by acclamation, the follow
ing being the complete ticket:
Mayor—D. F. Staley.
Clerk—S. A. SmalL
Treasurer—J. S. Clark.
Attorney—P. W. Kimball.
Health Officer—Dr. Maguire.
Councilmen, s yrs.—M. D. Hen
ry, E. W. McCann, Archie White.
Councilman-at-large—A. B. Bak
Councilman to fill unexpired term
of J. H. McKeuzie—W. D. Outmam
The ticket was named the • 'Citi
zens ticket," and the following plat
form was adopted:
"First, we declare for the contin
ued improvement of the city streets,
parks and highways; of the light
land water system; and all things
condusive to the welfare, happiness
and health of the citizens of Pullman.
We are also strongly in favor of an
economical administration of all the
city's affairs and of an equal distri
bution of revenues and improve
ments to all parts of the city. We
also are strictly in favor of all laws
in regard to moral and sanitary con
ditions in the city being strictly en
Notice to Episcopalians.
Divine service will be held on
Sunday next, December 4, at 10:30
a. tn., and there will be no service
i in the afternoon.