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THE PULLMAN HERALD
Mercury Took a Tumble Last
Night to Various Degrees
Jack Frost last night kissed the
cheek of the Palouse buttercup with
a withering touch, and plumbers
are today busy repairing the dam
age done by the long delayed freeze
in the atmosphere.
For the first time in three years
zero weather has been reached and i
passed, and all our plans for estab
lishing orange groves and banana
plantations on Palouse hills are
The official record for the travel
of the mercury last night is nine de
grees below zero, obtained by
the thermometer at the weather
station at the college, and reported
by Prof. Severance. This is the re
cord that will stand as official, but
some of the thermometers down
town showed that it was consider
ably colder in the valley, reports
being from 12 to 18 below, two
thermometers on Main street regis
tering 12 below at seven this morn
Lieutenant Carden on "Industrial
The 3rd lecture of the first series
at the college will occur next Thurs
day evening, when Lieutenant Car
den will lecture on "Industrial
Europe." The lecture will be il
lustrated with stereopticon views,
and should be one of the leading
attractions of the year.
G. A. R.—W. R. C- Bean Bake.
The annual bean bake will occur
next Friday evening, the supper to
be served in the Ankeney block,
commencing at six o'clock, while
the literary program and dance will
occur in Odd Fellows hall, com
mencing at eight o'clock. The pro
gram will consist of recitations,
songs, addresses, etc.
County Assessor True has ap
pointed the following gentlemen as
his field deputies and they have been
approved by the county commission
ers: H. E. Funston of Pine City;
Geo. Case, Sr. of St. John; J. £.
Breeden of Sunset; J. H. BonneyoY
Hooper; Ed Taylor of Harper;
Chris Hoist of Winona; George
Wyer of Rosalia; E. Dickens of
Tekoa; C. V. Crisp of Garfield;
Leon Brown of Palouse; G. W.
Perm of Elberton; Ira Nye of Pull
man; M. F. Whaley of Steptoe; B.
A. Swall of Ewartsville; Chas. Reid
of Guy; S. J. Boone of Farmington;
John Sidler of Dusty; W. R. Simp
son of Colton; R. B. Walker of
Colfax; W. H. Golding of North
Colfax; C. J. Logsdon of Endicott;
W. E. Sherfey of St. John; Mike
Reisenaur of Uniontown; M. J.
Romaine of Oakesdale. It was Mr.
True's intention to appoint W. R.
Heglar of St. John as a sort of com
mercial deputy to assess all the
stores ofthe county, bit the com
missioners did not approve of the
—"The Brightening Prospects of
the Prohibition of the Liquor
Traffic," is the subject of an address
to be given at the Christian church,
Sunday, 3p. m. This is a mass
meeting of all the churches, in I
which all heartily invite.
PULLMAN, WASHINGTON, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11. 1905.
" —W. B. Kakin, who is to address
a mass meeting at the Christian
church Sunday, at 3. p. ra., is a
Methodist Minister, who was, by
request of his annual conference,
appointed to the prohibition work
in this state. He is also engaged
by the prohibition party of the
state, and is organizing on new and
broader plans of work. He has
already organized Spokane and
Whitman counties, and has spoken
in nearly every town in said coun
ties. His endorsements are the
best one could have.
—From the rushing business
being done by J. J. Van Brugget,
the tailor, these days, we should
judge that masculine Pullman will
be well dressed this spring. Mr.
Van Bruggen has an elegant line of
samples, which he would like to
show you. Note his advertisement
else where, through which he in
vites your patronage.
—Chas. B. Hanford, who has
I delighted Pullman audiences on a
I number of previous occasions, will
appear in "Othello" at the audito
l rium next Monday evening. Han
ford and his company are of Amer
ica's best, and Pullman should
again greet him with a full house.
! An excursion train will be run over
the Genesee branch.
~-The towns along the Genesse
branch are demanding better service,
asking thai they be given two
trains each day. They threaten to
throw their influence toward the
construction of the proposed Spo
kane Inland Electric Hue if the
Northern doesn't give them more
—The Ladies Aid and the B. Y
|P. U. of the Baptist church, will
: give a bazzar and valentine social,
;on February, 14th, in the Ankeny
, building, beginning at two o'clock
in the afternoon. An oyster sup
per will be served from five to seven.
—S. George Griffith, the evan
i gelist who is now conducting meet
; ings at the Christian church has
I moved into the Farr house, on
! Sunnyside, his family having arriv
ed Monday evening.
—C. L. Bankson, of the Spokes
man Review, was in Pullman this
week attending the sessions of the
Stock Breeders' Association. The
Herald acknowledges a call.
: —Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Tower, who
recently started housekeeping in
the house vacated by C. O. Morrell,
were the recipients ofthe proverbial
chiravari Wednesday night.
—Meetings are now in progress
at^tbe Christian church, being con
; ducted by the pastor, Rev. R. C.
Sargent, and Evangelist S. G.
—Miss Bay Wallis is to become
the wife of Will A. Hall, on Wed
nesday, February 15th, at the resi
dence of Jno. VV. Mathews.
—Pres. Bryan left again Tuesday
i for Olympia, to appear before the
appropriations committee in support
of the needs of the college.
—J. A. Cleland is recuperating
at Hot Lake, Hoey Hill assisting in
the billiard parlors during his ab
—Prof. Kimbrough made a busi
ness trip to Spokane the first of the
—A. T. Fariss is confined to his
home by bronchial trouble.
—Oscar Hill is the latest victim
of la grippe.
SIXTH WEEK OF
Interesting; Program for the Clos
ing Week of the Winter
School for Farmers.
A program of more than ordinary
interest has been arranged for the
next week's session of the winter
school for farmers at the college,
and the attendance will undoubtedly
be large. The program follows :
MONDAY, FEB. IO —FORKNOON.
8:55-9:so—"Profitable Pork Produc
tion," C. L. Smith.
10:50-11 :o5 —"The Root Crop in Stock
Raising," Prof. Geo. Severance.
11:05-12:00 —"Value of Pedigree in
Breeding," Prof. E. E. Elliott.
1:30-3:30 — "Stock Judging, Swine,
Methods of Examination," Prof. E. E.
TUESDAY, FEB. I4 —EQRENOON.
8:55-9:so—"Value of Prepotency in the
Sire," C. L. Smith.
10:10-11:05 —"Systems of Keeping Ped
igree Records," Prof. E. E. Elliott.
11:05-12 :oo —"What Constitutes Health
and Disease," Dr. S. B. Nelson.
1130-2 =30 —"Selection and Care of the
Sire," C. L,. Smith.
2:30-3:30 —Illustrated Lecture on Euro
pean Cities," Dr. Egge.
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 15 —FORENOON.
8:55-9:so—"Relation of Bacteria to
Animal Diseases," Dr. Rosenberger.
10:10-11:05 —"Sheep, Breeds and Adapt
ability to Washington f/onditions," E. E.
Elliott. i ,
11:05-12:00 —"Feeding Lambs for Mar
ket," C. L. Smith.
I:3°-3:30 — "Stock Judging, Sheep,
Handling and Examination," Prof. E. E.
THURSDHY, FEB. 15 —FORENOON.
8:55-9:50 —"Water Supply on the
Farm," Prof. W. J. Roberts.
10:10-11:05—"The Mule," Prof. E. E.
11:05-12:00 —"Relation of Crop Produc
tion to Economical Feeding," C.L.Smith.
1:30-3:30 —"Hints in Diagnosis," Dr.
FRIDAY, FEB. 17 —FORENOON.
8:55-9:50 —"Economical Stabling," C.
11:05-12:00 —"The Horse the Farmer
ought to Breed," Prof. E. E. Elliott.
1:30-3:30—"Stock Judging, Cattle-
Shorthorn, Hereford, Aberdeen-Angus
Breed Types," Prof. E. E. Elliott.
—Will Klepper has been here
during the week.
—Actor Chas. B. Hanford will
speak in chapel Monday morning.
—Miss Vera Pearson is now em
ployed as night telephone operator.
—Quite a number of Pullmanites
attended the Mother Hubbard
dance at Whelan Thursday evening.
—F. O. Kreager, editor of the
Evergreen, has been elected man
ager of the football team for next
—The Commercial Club is to
meet in Squires & Gaddis' office
next Tuesday evening. No meeting
was held last Tuesday evening.
—Paul Kimball was In Spokane
this week attending a meeting of
the retail lumbermen's association,
and incdientally being initiated in
to the order of hoo hoos.
—W. D. Todd, who is now ad-!
vertising manager and solicitor for
the Lewis and Clark Journal, the
official publication of the Portland
fair, is in the city interesting our
people in the advertising value of
—Ezra Monlux was here from
his Cfftlg Mountain home over Sun
— Mrs. Wni. Ilnrvev is here on
lan extended visit to her son, Ed.
—Commercial Club meeting next
Tuesday evening in the Flatiron
—Attorney and Mr*. Harvey
were visiting friends at Colfax
—The Perkins & Kanne grocery
store is now doing business, the
stock presenting a most attractive
—Ewartsville Grange is to give
an entertainment in the prange
hall on February 24th, the proceeds
to go towards the perchase of a
—Photographer Hudson returned
Wednesday from his trip th Port
land. He visited the Lewis & Clark
fair grounds, and made a number
of photos of the buildings now under
—W. H. Smith, who has been
suffering with rheumatism for the
past two weeks, went to Lewiston,
where his family resides, Tuesday.
He is reported as not being so well
the last few days.
—Evergreen Circle tendered a
farewell reception to Mr. and Mrs.
H. V. Hill, last Wednesday evening.
The Hills leave in a few days for
Green Lake Station, Seattle, where
Mr. Hill wijl go Irto business.
V— Lincoln's birthday, February
12th, will be celebrated in the
M. E. church at 11 a. in. with a
special programme by the Sunday
school scholar?, exhibiting the work
of the church among the colored
people of the south. Collection for
the work at the close.
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REGENT J. P. SHARP
HAS PASSED AWAY
Senator J. P. Sharp, Regent of the
Agricultural College, Died at
Senator J. P. Sharp, regent of the
agricultural college, died at his
home in Kllensburg, Thursday. He
had been sick for some weeks, be
ing obliged because of failing health
to give up his duties at Olympia a
few days after the session of the leg
islature convened, and his demise at
this time was not unexpected. For
the past year his health had been
Senator Sharp was a member of
the house in the first state legisla
ture, and was again elected in 1899.
Since 1890 he has been a member
of the senate, representing Kittitas
and Chelan counties.
He was appointed a regent of the
agricultural college by Governor
Mcßride, and took an active and
intelligent interest in his work,
proving a valuable member of the
Governor Mead has called a
special election to fill the vacancy
in the senate, the election to be held
—Tuesday was a day of fire
alarms without the accompanying
blaze. The first occurred about noon,
and was occasioned by a burning
chimney. The second came from
E. W. McCann's, but all danger of
a conflagration was over by the
time the fire department arrived.
—Rev. W. E. Powell, of the Bap
tist church, is at Latah conducting
a aeries of meetings.