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c Spring Clothmg
Iftlllfp Our liiie of Spring Clothin £ is on the road and will soon be on our I
I tMIIi tabl6S for y °Ur inspeCtion - After Poking over many lines of clothing I
!l Nil we are convinced more than ever that the famous "Crouse and Brand- I
I Sift e&ee" line leads them aIL Their garments are the work of high art I
! fill tail °rS SUCh aS America ' s Pluck and determination to excel will ac- I
I! illi comlish - We have all the new shapes, new shades and new pat- I
j!|l 1 1 terns- We make a specialty of young men's suits and are prepared I
f/ Si tO give y°U aH the new patterns full of clothing smartness and style, I
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Ex. Pullman Saloonkeeper in Limbo.
C. M. Carpenter, who for a number of
years conducted a notorious resort in
Pullman, has appeared in a new role in
California, and in now serving a five year
sentence in the penitentiary for unlaw
fully killing a man, the killing having
taking place while Carpenter, acting as
an officer of the humane society, was
attempting to make an arrest at a cock-
The Los Angeles Herald, of February
7th, tells the following story of the
Attorney Brown briefly replied to the
| remarks of Ex-Governor Gage, at the
conclusion of which Judge Smith ordered
Carpenter to stand up for sentence.
The officer was apparently suffering
great mental pain, and it was only after
an unsuccessful attempt to rise that he
managed to stand before Judge Smith*;
In passing sentence upon Carpenter
Judge Smith said:
"It is conceded on all hands that the
defendant had no right to use his pistol
there. That is the law. No officer has
a right to use firearm in making an
arrest for a misdemeanor, or even in
preventing an escape from an officer
who has made an arrest fora misde
"Of course there has been a good deal
of feeling in this case on the part of the
people who are interested in this society
tod its work. l am sure they are all
desirous of doing what la right , but we
have to administer the law as we find it.
—The weather is again springlike in
its soft balminess, the squirrel hunters
are out, birdsare singing, and the house
wife is sorting out the sweet pea seed.
Bpril g time may not be here, but spring
conditions certainly are.
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1250 lor 3 recitals, next Tuesday and
Wednesday; Dr. 8. H. Clark, of Chicatro
University. Ask for free circuit S S
Watt s pharmacy, and at Hong's.
Ladies Blue Cross shoe* turnsoles and
SlSif ? l8 "^ ke, life Wmfortablo and
restful feet. Windus^and Style*; Sole
Watt's pharmacy has circular* and
' i cketi u.i me great recitals by Dr.
Clarke of Chicago.
Notice of Episcopal Sen ices.
Cannon Grossen, of Spokane
cathedral, will conduct service, both
at three o'clock in the afternoon,
and at 7:30 the evening, tomorrow
at the Kpiscopal church. All are
cordially invited to attend.
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Just Opened feHH
When you are afraid no one can fit you come here. *
A PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED
We bring the Metropolitan Styles to you and at a very low cost, not
withstanding the exceptionally high grade workman
ship which we put in them .
J. J. VAN BRUGGEN
Post Office Building - . . Pullman, Wash.
CITY MEAT MARKET
Fresh and Cured Meats
Fish and Game in Season
South Side Main Street - ... Pullman, Wash.
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I is the best built machine of its kind manufactured
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GAY LOMBARD, ice-Pkes. S. A. TURNER, assist. Cash.
I THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK I '
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TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
Anything pertaining to conservative banking will receive our prompt
and careful attention "
Nothing like a Cole's Hot Blast
Heater for these cold mornings.
By right use of this stove you need
not let the fire go out till spring.
Even heat night and day.
Dr. A. E. Shaw.
All work guaranteed. Charges moderate
Teeth Extracted Absolutely Painless.