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THE PHLLPIRH HERHLD.
Published at Pullman, Washington, ev
(iv Saturday morning, aud entered at
the Pullman postoffice as second-class
ALLEN BROS. - - Publishers
V.'n.iOKU ALLKN, Kditor.
TERMS OF SUH-SCRH'TION:
:SI.OO per year, strictly in advance.
Six months, 75 cents.
One year, not paid in advance, - $2.00
■All advertisements will be continued an
charged for until ordered out.
The New Laws.
Below we give a synopsis of the
new laws enacted by the late ses
sion of the legislature:
SENATE BILLS PASSED
S. B. 5, by Tucker—Repealing Chap
ter XIX, Laws of i8!)9, known at the
newspaper libel laws.
S. B. 6, by Wilson —Creates current
funds for the Agricultural College and
.Normal School?, into which money de
rived from lease of lands gi anted to
them or interest on the money derived
from the sales of such lands shall be
paid for use of current expenses of
S. B. 9, by Potts—Making the utter
ing of a bank check without funds on
deposit to meet the same a felony.
S. B. 3, by Tucker—Making a felony
of the sale of milk with formaldehyde
used as an ingredient, and requiring
the dairy commissioner and the attor
ney-general and prosecuting attorneys
■to enforce its provisions.
S. B. 12, by Tucker— Providing for
six judges of the Superior court in King
S. B. 15, by Rands—Providing for an
•exhibition of products at the Lewis and
•Clark fair; creating a commission appro
S. B. 21, by Condon—Creating a sep
arate judicial district of Kitsap county
and providing for the appointment of
« judge to serve until the next general
8. B. 10, by Hutaon—Extending the
jury commissioner system to counties
of first to Mventh class, and to counties
having situated therein a city of more
than 10,000 inhabitant*,
s. B. 24, by Stansell—Creating separ
ate judicial district in Stevens county
and providing for the appointment of a
judge to serve until the next general
S. 15. 25, by Bakar— Appropriating
$85,000 to defray expenses of the Ninth
S. B. 81, by Rand —Permitting the in
troduction in trials of civil actions of
transcribed testimony taken In previous
trials of the same cause.
S. B. 36, by Christian—Authorising
any corporation to buy, hold and vote
the capital Stock of another corporation.
8. B. 20, by Russell—Prohibiting the
aaleof gasoline, benzine, or other ex
plosive substance, unless the word "ex
plosive" is labeled thereon. Penalty
not more than six months in county
Jail or tine of not more than $100.
S. B. 4;i, by uth—Appropriates $150
to pay Frank C. Owingsfor legal services
in the case of \V. U. Btrutton vs. C. W.
s. B. 48, by Ruth — Appropriates
$1,804.31 to pay Capitol National bank
for money advanced to meet running ex
penses of state capito! in the last fiscal
8. B. 49, by Jodie*] Committee—ln
creases the number of judges of the Su
preme court to seven; provides for ap
pointment by Governor until successors
■art' elected of the two additional jud|
S. B. 60, by Tucker—Making it a uiis
demeauor for husband or father to desert
wife or children, or wife or mother to
•decert husband or children; neglect or
Abuse by either or the permitting of the
delinquency of children is prohibited.
S. B. 45, by l'auiy— Providing for the
recording of it association plats
At cost not to exceed 10 cents per lot.
S. B. 80, by Tucker—Giving to the city
of Seattle the shore lands and water of
<ireeu lake .or parkway, park and 1 .
8. B. 67, by Davit—Permitting the »p>
i.ointment of deputy coroners in coun
ties of 50,000 or moru inhabitant-.
8. B. <w, by Welch- Empowering
•cities of the third class to levy and col
lect a street poll tax,
S. B. 71, by Moore—Removing the 50
year limit on the corporate life of insur
ance companies ami permitting the
an. end in t_ of _ articles of incorporation
by a majority vote of trustees or, written
content of two thirds of the capital stock.
S. B. 82, by l'ro»cue — Providing for the
erection of tinh sereeot at the head of
irrigating ditches where ditches are
tributary to flsh hatchery streams.
S. B. *;;, by Moore—Permitting guar
dians to give bond equal to not less than
twice the value of personal properly and
twice the probable value of the issues of
the real property belonging to the es
B. B. 84, by Moore—Permitting the
suspension of sentences of persons un
der 21 years of age in the discretion of
the trial t< 'urt .
S. B, S. r), by V'">re —Prescribing san
itary regulations for hotel and restau
rant kitchens, and making violation a
S. B. Sii, by Rather—Prohibiting the
employment by county eomrniflsioners
of counsel to perform work that in with
in the duties of prosecuting attorney or
attorney general,without the consnnt of
the judge of the Supeaior court.
S. B. 37, by Potto—Mvea to Board of
State Land Commissioner the power to
extent! the time of removal of timber
Bold separata from state land prior to
S. B. 88, by Wilson—Raises examina
tion fee of physicians from $10 to $25.
8. B. 90, by Wilson—Prescribing a
system for t lie registration of births and
deaths, Issuance of burial statistics, and
giving State Board of Health control.
s. B. 94, by Rasher—Prohibiting the
fradulent removal sale, or other disposi
tion of persona] property by a contract
purchaser or lessee.
S. B. <)"), by Davis —Relieves landlords
of liability for injuries committed by or
resulting from the actions of intoxicated
persons who purchase or obtain liquor
upon his premises.
8. 8.96, by Russell—Making it a felony
punishable by life imprisonment or any
term of years, to furnish convicts in the
penitentiary with explosives.
S. B. 101, by Tucker—Makes $30 the
maximum property valuation in defin
ing petit larceny.
S. B. 107, by O'Donnell—Providing
for a fish hatchery on the Humptulips
river, in Chehalill county.
S. B. 112, by Venesa —Providing for a
fi.sh hatchery on the Chehalis river, in
S. B. 121, by Hasher—Appropriating
$2,000 eacli for the Florence Crittenton
homes in Seattle and Spokane,and White
Shield home, in Tacoma.
S. B. 243, by Judiciary Committee—
Providing for the publication of the
ten yearn under contract to b» let by
competitive bidding by the Supreme
S. B. 201, by Clapp—Requiring treas
urers of cities of first class to designate
depositories of municipal funds and ex
act 1 1-2 per cent interest thereon.
S. B. 119, by Reed —Requiring county
commissioners to appoint a bee inspec
tor upon petition of ten or more owners
of apiaries. Provides for destruction of
hives infected by foul brood.
S. B. 66, by Watsion—Establishing a
fish hatchery on the Toutie river, in
S. B. 24!), by Judiciary Committee-
Extending provisions of present jury
commissioner law to counties of the 15th
S. B. 233, by Baker—Appropriating
$10,01)0 for legislative expenses.
S. B. 229, by Sunnier—Prohibits sale
of railway tickets by agents not author
ized by railway companies.
(TO BE CONTINUED)
For RENT—Nicely furnished front
room, with bay window. Enquire at
residence of W. L. White. (24tf)
For salk — Household goods, organ,
seed potatoes, garden implements, wag
on, harness, 2 Jerssy cows, chickens.
Enquire of L. C. Haul man.
My assembly of ready-to-wear and
tailored Hats for Spring and Summer
'05 reflects the freshest models of the
fashion arbiters as well as original crea
tions, of my own. On display on and
after Tuesday February L'H. Call and
see them. Mrs. I. E. Fullerton.
J. J. HO WELL, M. D.
In charge of the Practice of DR. G. B.
WIUON during the latter's absence
Office Hours—9 to 12 a. in.
1 to & p. in.
!<c iidenc ePhotie, J*Ki. Office Phone, Main 11
Your neighbor has a Studebaker.
Why haven't you ? (23)
Notice to Creditors.
Notice is hereby given to the
creditor.' of Martin Zender,deceased,
and all persons having claims
against hie estate, to present the
>;ime to the undersigned admini
strator of said estate at bil office in
Pullman, Washington, accompanied
with the proper vouchers, within
one year from the date of the first
publication of this notice, to-wit
within one year from the 3rd day
February, 1905, or the same will
' be forever barred.
Administrator of the estate of
Martin Zender, deceased.
, ARCHITECT and
Office over First National Bank
If you air going to build call a?id
Hi Class Pnoirarnij]
All given best of attention
I make groups, views and
stamp photos, as well as
regular portrait work
W. J£. HUDSON
The entire field of science,
nowhere has there been such
progress as in the Science
of Optics and the fitting of
Glasses. Our success in
this line is due, in a meas-
ure, to the fact that we em-
brace every new meritorious
idea. We constantly seek
to originate new methods of
excellence that will in any
way aid us in the practice of
W. L. WHITE, M. D.
At White's Drug Store
Your wants will be
Lowest Rates and the
GOME AND SEE
SQUIRES & GADDIS
STEWART - OUTMAN
Bain and Moline Wagons, Henney Buggies
and Hacks, DtKalb Hog, Chicken and
Lawn Fencing, Empire Cream Separators,
Buffalo Pitts Threshers and Engines, Iron
Age Cultivators, Majestic and Moore Rang
es, Cole's Hot Blast Healers, Paints, Oil,
Glass, Brushes, Tools, Cuttlcry, Plumbing
Work, Dutchman and John Deere Plows.
1900 i^Ji 19°°
WASHED W WASHER
j- — ■ i _
CHAS. BULL, President. j. F. THAYER, Secretary.
PLUMBING STOVES RANGES
We have also added a nice line of Garden Tools,
Hose, Graniteware and Tinware.
The best equipped Tin and Plumbing Shop in the city, with the
best assortment of Plumbing Supplies and Fixtures that has
ever been seen in Pullman. We make a specialty of Tinning
Plumbing, Heating and Ventilating, and absolutely guaran
tee all work in these lines.
Washington and Wyoming Coal always on hand.
Sand and first class Posts for sale.
Transferring and Hauling of All Kinds.
Phone 548, or leave orders at HulUe's Barber Shop, next door to P.O
C. Klossner & Meyer
Successors to J. Price
— DEALERS IN , ___
WOOD and COAL
Transferring and Hauling of All Kinds
Leave your orders at the Chop Mill or Whitham & Wagner's Store
§fgkum^ PQllnjan jfream L&imcfoiJ
%^M^^S j> N# scott> pr °p-
•^•"■JE'T®! First-class work
fV^^^^^^'; %Sk4 Located on Grand St near O. R. &N.
* - -J^ * Pullman, Wash.