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Washington's Birthday to be Cele
brated by the Pupils of the
The pupils of the public school will f
hold appropriate exercises next Wed
nesday in honor of the anniversary of
the birth of the "father of his country." I
The lower grades will have programs
of songs, addresses) etc., of a patriotic
or Washington order, the lower grades
in one of the school rooms, and the in
termediate grades in the school auditor
ium. The higher grades, in accord with
the recommendations of the national
grange, will make a "farm and home"
program, with which they will entertain
their friends in the opera house. The'
exercises will all occur at two o'clock,
ftnd the public is invited to be present.
-—The city council held a record break
ing session Thursday evening, fifteen
minutes, and two motions, winding up
all the Business before it. A bare quorum
was present. those on band being Coun
cilman Oittman, Henry, Hubbard and
Dixon. In '.he absence of Mayor Slaley,
Mr. Outman Wits called to the chair.
After the read of the bills, a motion
to allow all those properly 0. K. 'd was
carried, when a motion toadjou.m wound
up the session.
* —A number of Colnx basketball en
thusiasts came up last night to root for
the Whitman team. They evidently had
kindly feelings toward tin. Whitman
aggregation because of the result of the
game Thursday night at the county Beat,
but certainly returned home witi 1 their
regard for W. A. Cruised a notch two.
, —The Whitman-W. A. C. basket ball
game at the college last, night resulted in
a score of 11 to 17 in favor of tin' local
team. The game was hotly contested
and was clearly a case of the best team
winning. Out of three games played
with Whitman College the W. A. C. boys
have won two.
—Mr. and Mrs. U. V. Hill were the
guests of honor at a party at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Gallagher, Mon
— Mr. A. Pier, of Endicott, is visiting
relatives in this city.
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We received this week our large
line of the latest novelties in
"Dcki4-o Made of Taffeta and Peau D Soie Silks, both shirred and plain.
DCILb These are swell. 75 to $1.50
PiifCPC Blacks and Tans. New styles
X HI SCO and shapes. $1.25 to $3.00
Qhirf "\A7"*i icf ' Qpf c Both Pearl and Fancy, in all
vJllll L VV CtloL OCLo the new cuts, 2octs to $1.00
TT- i- Pino Silver and Pearl Golf Sticks, 4octs per set; Tennis Racket and
XI dL i 1110 Ball set, 15c.; Burnt Ivory Pins, iscts each.
"D^ii. RiipUac Gold and Oxidized Silvers, Jeweled
DdlL JLJlil^lVlCo and Plain, 35cts to 65Cts.
Djjplr r*r»fTiHc Burnt Ivory, 65cents each; all other ordihary col
£>dLK. V^vJlll Uo orß in the new styles, ascts to 35cts.
Hairpins, Beauty Pins and every
thing in Novelty line now on display.
MUM \ WAGNER
THE PLACE TO TRADE
PULLMAN, WASHINGTON, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1905.
— ChM. B. Hanford, In "Othello,"
filled the auditorium Monday evening,
and gave a most finished performance of
i the Bhakespear drama. The company
waa a well-balanced one, and Hanford
himself made himself a greater favorite
than ever with our people. Monday.
morning Mr. Hanford appeared in
chapel at the college, and made ft short
address for the benefit of the students.
Hi- also recited a number of selections
for them. In tin- afternoon he visited
the public Bchool, where In 1 repeated the
E. W. Downen, 11. W.
I'iice and .1. F. Hill went to Walla Walla
Tuesday to attend the seventh district
convention, Women of Woodcraft, which
was in session there Wednesday. The
object of theconvention was the election
of delegates to the convention to meet
at Los Angeles, California, in April.
The convention was called to order by
Mrs, Cora Wilson, head organizer, and
among the newly elected officers we note
the name of Mrs. Cornelia Mill, of thin
— A subscription paper was circulated
this week by parties interested in the
construction of a Catholic church here.
The circulators met with good success
and it is probable that t lie church will be
constructed this spring.
Windus and Styles.
shoes that possess the elegance of
ease and art of workmanship fully war
ranted see Windus and Style-.
City Shoe M \kicks
—The cold spell a week ago caughl
some of the good housewives napping
and as a consequence many house plants
; were victims of .lack Frost.
—W. O. Bar bee returned to his home
at Kamiah, Idaho, Monday, alter a visit
with old friends here.
—Ritzville parties are making ar
rangements to establish a general mereh
.-e stole here.
Mayor Staley has been transacting
buau/ies-: at Spokane the past few days.
— 11. V. Hill anil family will leave for
: their new home at Seattle next Monday.
—Miss Bertha Hutchinson.of Endicotl
is visit in:; at the home of Mrs. A. Fincher.
— Prof. Fulroer returned Wednesday
from a business trip to Seattle.
— ,J. C. Round, of the Union town Press
was in the city yesterday.
—Mrs. M. E. Chambers visited Colfax
— Judge Swain lias been battling with
Commissioners Authorise Exhibit,
to Cost Two Thousand Dollars,
at Lewis & Clark Fair.
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Whitman county >\ ill have an' appro
priate exhibit cf her resources at the
Lewis & Clark centennial, which open
at Portland next June. This was decid
ed at the meeting held at Colfax Wed
nesday, when citizens of the varip
parts of the county mcl with the com
missioners, the sentiment being unani
mous for an appropriation for the county
The Commissioners, to get at the real
sentiment of the people, had invited a
thorough discussion, and inasmuch as it
I was a popular demand, decided that the
success must rest with the people To
that,end the commissioners practically
agreed to authorize the expenditure of
$3000 for gathering together and main
| taining the exhibit, the appropriation to
be expended under the direction of an
executive committee appointed from
the various commissioners districts.
! This committee i? made upas follows:
I; 0. McCroskey of Garfield, J. M.
McLean of Oakjesdale, A. J. Stone of
| Rosalia, John .1. Stephens of Thornton,
from the first commissioner's district;
i). F. Staley and J. S. Klemgard of Pull
man, G. W. Pedycord of Paloupe, J. S.
I Keeney of Cotton, W. L. LaSbllette of
j Wawawai, Second district; and S. E.
Armstrong of Colfax, Henry Rock of
Diamond, W. We Renfrew of Elberton,
11. shobe of LaOr(»se and C. L. Wake
field of Endicott. , T\}i% committee will
I meet at Colfax mxl Tuesday to set the
| proper machinery:^i"n motion, and with
citizens so imerestod, a good "display
It is not yet known whether the state
building will be sufficiently large to ac
commodate the county exhibits, and if
jit is not, either a county building may
|be erected, or this county, by joining
with others of eastern Washington, may
j construct an Inland Empire building.
; Pullman was represented at the meet
ing Tuesday by Messrs. I). F.'Staley j
] W. H. Harvey, and J..S. Klemgard, who
| had been appointed at the meeting of
Pullman citizens held last, Saturday.
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Wedding Bells in Tune.
With nature smiling her approval and
a hundred friends present and ready to
extend their heartiest congratulations
and well-wishes, Miss Katheririe Anne
Wallis and Mr. William A. Hall ex
changed the vows that made them man :
and wife, the ceremony being performed
at high noon, Wednesday, February 15th,
at the homo of the bride's Bister, Mrs.
Jno. W. Matthews.
Rev. W. U. m. Hays Wai the officiat
ing clergyman, the impressive ring ser- j
vice being used. The bride was attended j
by her sister, Miss Saidee Wall is, while j
F. F. Flanders acted in the capacity
of best man, and Katherine Mathews, a
sweet little miss of four years, was ring
The parlor in which the plighting of
the troth of the young couple was cele
brated, was beautifully decorated in cut
flowers and potted plants, the bride and
groom entering to the strains of Men
delsshon's wedding inarch, played by
Mrs. W. H. Harvey.
Immediately | following the ceremony, I
the guests were seated to the wedding
dinner, following which the newly wed
ded couple were escorted to the 0. R. &
N. depot, from which they departed on
the three o'clock train for Seattle, where
the groom has prepared a home for hit
An interesting feature of the dinner
was the cutting of the bride's rake, the
ring which was hidden in its palatable
mass being obtained by Miss Alma
Henry, while Mr. Byron Stimmel came
into possession of the coin.
The bride, the second daughter of
W. B. Wallis, lias grown from girlhood
to womanhood in Pullman, always being
most popular and surrounded by a host
of friends. The groom is a graduate of
the electrical engineering department of
the college, and has an excellent position
in his chosen profession with ■ inunict-
pal lighting company at Seattle.
As a token of the high regard in which
the contracting parties are held, we
may mention the great lumber ol beau
tiful and valuable gifts Inch were
showered upon them.
May a long life of happiness and proa l
pen lie theirs.
—Next week will atari o:< with the ,
production of "Your Neighbors Wife,"
Monday evening at the Auditorium. i
The advertising paper put up would in
dicate that it is about on .1 par with
"A Wise Woman" company that faked
the people hero Home time ago, and if it j
if, it will undoubtedly meet with a luer;!
/ —The school hoard has decided to have
the voters vote upon the question of dis
trict ownership of text books a! the
Coining school election. It is thought '
tHat the change could be made at little !
expense if he pupils should turn in their
present books in exchange for the new
series, the difference being paid by the
— Birt Laney and Chas, Beckwith re
turned yesterday from Crook County,
Oregon, where they have been for some
months past. They have each become
possessed of some valuable land, which
will blossom as the rose as soon as the
irrigation project is completed.
—Roy Smith, son of W. 11. Smith,
and Miss Luolla Hunt were married
| Sunday, February 12th. Rev. S. (i.
Griffith officiating. The couple will re-
I side at Lew iston.
— Prof. French, of the IT. of I. at Mos
| cow, has purchased the prize calf of
Metsker & Klemgard. This calf was the
i prize winner at the fat stock show held
1 here last week.
—Klwin Steal of Orange, California,
\is here visiting bin cousin, Geo. E.
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ON TIE U. P. R. R.
An Extra Passenger Train Has been
; • Ordered on for May Ist on
the Northern Pacific.
The long proposed double passenger*
service on (hi Northern Pacific ill bo
put in operation May Ist both over the
Lewiston branch as well as to Genesee.
The extra train between Spokane and
Cleavwater points will leave Spokane
about midnight, reaching Pullman onrly
in the morning, and returning will leave*
I Lewiston at 7:30 passing through Pull-
I in n at near midnight.
An extra train will also ho put on the
(Jem see brunch at the Bonie time, tile
same train crew making both trips over
This double service has long boon
needed, the present trains being over
crowded, and the facilities for travel
throughout the Palouso country being
wholly inadequate to the revenue which
he country brings the road.
Under the new order of things it will
be possible to go to Spokane, transact
business, and urn he same day.
— Che ladies of the Missionary Society
of the Congregational Church will give
a dime Colonial Tea, at the Alton house
on Thursday, February 23rd, from two
until five o'clock. All Pullman ladies
The famous !'Gosd for Bad Boys" shoes,.
I solid through out, are the beat shoe
pan ion in the west. For sale at
WinduH and Styles.
— Mrs. Surah Watson; of Lewiston,
was the guest of Mrs. M. E.Chambers
i yesterday. ' * ■* ..
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