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BIG BEEF FROM
Aaron and Moses, Products of the
College Farm, to Supply Christ
mas Beef for Spokane
The Washintgon State College will
BUpply the "show ' beef for en,' of the
Spokane markets next Chritsmas. Ii"
college experiment farm has sold '' Mos
es" and "Aaron", |twin steers, for
Christmas "show" beef, at a ['rice
Which shows that it pays to raise and
feed blooded cattle in this country.
While common beef are silling at from
52.2") to pel hundred pounds,
Spokanemarketmen have contracted to
pay the state college 6 cent.; per pound
or more than double the market price,
for these tow steers, which have
the pets of the college farm hands and
the sttudenta in animal husbandry for
more than two years. The two steers
were two years old last summer. They
are tine specimens of cattle, and are
making a record breaking growth.
They were shown to Govenor Mead and
party when here last week, and at- j
traded much interest and favorable
comment. Moses, the hornless steer,
weighs 1560, while Aaron weighs 1630.
"We expect to make them weigh at
least 1700 pounds each by Christmas,"
said Professor Elliott, who is tin 1 head
of the department of agriculture in the
state college. This will bring the
young steers among the heavyweights
of the country, for a 4 year old steer
weighing 1400 pounds is considered a
"big one," and a steer of any age
weighing 1700 pounds is a "monster".
These steers are from a Polled Durham
bull and high grade short [horn cow,
ahovv the benefits of blooded stock.
They are t ily kept in prime condi
tion, are easily handled, and make
much larger cattle than scrub stock,"
said Professor Elliott.
- A string quartet assisted in the
services at the Congregational church
last Sunday evening. Such musical
features, together with the interesting
series of sermons on marriage, are at
tracting large congregations. Address
es have been made on "Single Blessed
ness, Hie Choice of a better Half,"
and "the Night before the Wedding".
Nov. 12th this evening series closes
with 'happy ever after;" the morning
theme will be"The Christians cure for
--Chas. A. Gwinn, postmaster at
Garfield, was here Monday and pur
chasedthe old postorfice fixtures of Post
master Allen, and as soon as the Pull
man office is moved to its new quarters
the old fixtures will be shipped to Gar
field and installed.
—The funeral services of Mrs. Na
poleon Bourbonnie, who died at her
home on Union Flat Friday, were held
at the Baptist church Saturday, Rev.
W. E. Powell preaching the sermon.
The deceased was 55 years of age.
—Donald Ryrie, well known in this
city,has commenced divorce proceedings
in the Spokane county courts against
his wife Lula, alleging unfaithfulness
as the grounds for the separation.
The ladies aid society of the
Christian church will give a dinner
and supper, in connection with a ba
zaar, on the Bth of December. Further
—The registration books will close
on the 14th inst.
A MIGHTY PURCHASE
The $35,000.00 stock of Clothing,
Dry Goods, Shoes, etc., of the firm
of A. T. Fariss has been bought by
the Chicago Salvage Co., of Chicago,
111., and the entire stock will be
placed on sale by them Wednesday
morning, Nov. 15th, at 9 o'clock and
continue for ladays after which it will
be moved to Chicago. The store is
now closed to remark and rea. range
the stock in order to make ready for
the tremendous slaughter. It promises
to be one of the biggest bargain giv
ing events ever inaugurated in Pull
man. The purchase price was said to
be 27 c on the Dollar and the entire
stock will be sold for 15 days at cor
respondingly low prices.
E. G. Gill, who haa been ailing
■otne time, was operated upon
Wednesday, at the hospital in Moscow,
and a stone, fully as large as a h
egg, that had formed in hia bladder,
was removed. Ho rallied well from
the shock <>f the operation, and is now
resting well and making proi
'Hii rock crasher haa been shi]
back from Uniontown, where ii was
used In crushing rock for about three
quarters of a mile of macadamized
road. It will again be put into com
miason heir, and mine work doni
ward the goal of good roads.
Rev. W. E. Powell will preach on
the subject "Who I am not an Infidel"
Sundaj cv sning, November 12th, at
7:30. lie there early to secure a seat.
Messrs, Tucker and (JammAn are
jto give the Pullman dancers anothei
opportunity to shake their feel to good
music- on the 17th inst.
Twenty-five or thirty members of I
the local X- "I" p. lodge will go to
Genesee Tuesday evening to assist in
I initiating work.
Ires. Bryan has gone (^Washing
ton City to attend a meeting of agri
cultural college presidents, to he held
there Nov. 14th.
Prof. Carpenter and L. W. Lan
ning were subpoenaed as witnesses he
fore the railway commission now sit
ting at Colfax.
P. W. Lawrence has been at Col
fax this week taking in the proceed
ings before the railway commission
■ Attorney Neill was looking after
the interests of his clients at the coun
ty seal during the week.
Messrs. E. S. Burgan and Harry
'Austin are hunting deer in the Sulli
| van lake district.
—John Jones came up from Lewis
ton to visit his folks, and to the big
game at Moscow.
Regent Kttinger was, over from
Colfax the early part of the week.
Attorney Harvey was at Colfax
Tuesday is the last day for regis
FOR SALE Two registered Berk
shire Boars. Price low.
'■St. E. A. Bryan.
NOTICE TO VOTERS.
Notice is hereby given that the regi
stration books will close on November
14th, 1905. All registratons must he
made on or before said date.
C. F. Kinzie,
Have your clothes made in Pullman
by Frank Zalesky, merchant tailo.-.
Try a sack of Genesee Purity Patent
| flour at Duthie's.
Dr. Knowlton, eye specialist, will
remain in Pullman at the Artesian ho
tel one week longer.
Dr. Knowlton, eye specialist, will
remain in Pullman at the Artesian ho
tel, one week longer.
HAVE YOU REGISTERED THIS
According to the new law every
[person registered prior to Augugt Ist,
1905, will have to be reregistered.
C. F. KINZIE, City Clerk.
Duthie delivers flour, feed, hay, coal,
; wood and produce to all parts of the
city. Older by phone.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
j Es/ate of Sarah A. Martin, de
Notice is hereby given by the under
signed administrator of the Estate of
; 3arah A. Martin, deceased, to the
j creditors of and all persons having
j claims against the said deceased, to
Exhibit them with the necessary vouch
fers, within one year after the first
i publication of this notice, to the ad
\ ministrator, at the law office of John
i Mathews, in the city of Pullman,
, Washington, at which place said ad*
1 ministrator will transact the business
of said estate.
GEO. I. MARTIN,
Administrator of estate of Sarah A.
Dated, Pullman, Wash., September
PULLMAN, WASHINGTON, SATURDAY NOVEMBER 11, 1905.
SCO9E 5 TO 0
W. S. C. Defeated in a Great Game of Fool
bail at Moscow Yesterday
Over l!.">(mi people witnessed thoi.">-(>
defeat of the State Collegt team at
Moscow yesterday in the greatest game
ever played in the Inland Empire.
Pullman sent over aboul 1200 with the
college hand of 40 pieceß, The march
of this delegation down the mainstreel
of Moscow with colors Hying and band
playing will long be remembered in
the football history of the Northwets.J
By the time the game was called at
2:40 tile side lines and bleachers were
a mass of excited, anticipating human
ity. On the north side of the field
1200 people waved the crimson and
gray and cheered for Pullman. Across
the field the Idaho enthusiasts rooted
and tlounshed their banners of silver
and gold. The state College band
with its martial airs raised both
crowds up to ihe highest degree of ex
citement and expectancy.
The State College team kicked off.
Two downs and Idaho was forced to
punt. The punt was blocked hut Ida
ho regained the ball, having made
yardage. The ball was forced aolng
slowly for 120 yards when Pullman held
and Idaho punted to Miner on Pull
man's 25 yard line. Jones tore around
end for t!, Thayer made 3 in a line
buck and Hardy made it first down.
A fumble was recovered, Idaho was
penalized 25 for off side. Nissen in
the most beautiful play of the day
"ailed around Idaho's left end for 25,
Jones skirted right for 12. In the
next play the ball was lost to Idaho
ion a fumble on Idaho's 30 yard line.
i Idaho by the hardest kind of line buck-
Ing advanced the ball 40 yards ana
then Pullman held and took the ball on
downs on her 25 yard line. Pullman
i immediately tore down the Held with
touchdown intent. Jones fumbled but
Thayer recovered. Nissen made 5.
Pullman was penalized 5. Nissen
made it up first play and Hardy made
it Ist down. Jones made 1, Nissen :i,
Thayer ;?, Jones 5, Nissen 2 and 7,
Sapp 5, Jones 3, Sapp 2. Thayer '■>, and
4 and again Idaho took the ball on a
fumble on her 30 yard line. Idaho
returned Pullman's sweep across the
field and advanced the ball to Pullman's
l"i yard line where Pullman held like
a wall and took the ball on downs.
Hardy took positon for a punt and in
a beautiiful fake ran the ball up 12
yards. Jones made I, Thayer 2, Idaho
was penalized 5 yards, Sapp made .",,
I Jones .'!, Thayer 3. Next play result
ed in a loss and Hardy punted in
yards. Idaho avanced the ball \:i yards
in 5 downs and Larson broke through
the line for a beautfiul 17 yard run.
Time was called.
In the second half Idaho kicked off
!to Jones on the 25 yard line. A fum
ble and Hardy punted 35 yards. Idaho
took the ball and went down the field
I for a touchdown. Middleton failed ■ ■
Idaho kicked off to Mitier who ran
j the ball back from the 10 to the :;",
yard line. Jones made fi, a fumble 1
i and loss and Hardy punted 25 yards to
; Idaho's 45 yard line. Idaho avanced
the ball 25 yard-. In a mixup Jones
got the ball an ran the length of the
flhel for a touchown. The score was
; not allowed as the referee's whistle'
had soundeud before the run began.
Idaho carried the ball to Pullman's 10 J
yard line and lost to Wexler on a fum
ol". Hardy punted 40 yards and Gold -
worthy got the ball. Pullman w&e
called offside and ball punted over.
Hardy sen I it :'.."j yards and Ni ci
down on it. Pullman was penalized
LI yards. An attempt to punt resulted
in a fumble and Idaho took the ball.
Two plays and Miner got the ball i ;.
fumble. Thayer made '> and Jone ■".
Middleton was injured and went out,
Small taking his place at quarter and
Keyes going to full. A fumble ami
Idaho gets the ball. Idaho penalized
6 yards for offside. No gain. Punt
ed to Miner on 14 yard line. Hardy
punted 86 yard.-. Idaho again bu
I the ball to Pullman's 0 yard line,'
i where Pullman holds. Hardy pui ted.
Pullman penalized 15 yar:
play and Idaho was penalized ■"). Idaho
tried place kick and failed. Miner
advanced ball to 25 yard line. A few \
more play.-! and time wa- vailed.
Dr. Knewltoo. eye specialist, will.
remain id Pullman at Artesian Hotel
one week longer.
■•am Major Gustav U. Si
1 rancher, South African
die* and lecturer will speak in the
■"(list church Sunday, Mondaj and
Ti. daj evenings. On Monday and
Tie day evenings he will have on ex
: I ion bis great collection of curios
ities and trophiea from hunt ing and
le fields lit' three continents. The
en tre wall and rostrum Will be '
with weappons of war and im,
of peace from Boer and Kaffir land,
robes, rugs, tuaka, feathers, leopard
skins, and ivory (Vein the African
hunting fields. Thousands of people
have attended and applauded these lec
tures in Spokane, Moscow and other
•The football elevens <d' the Pa
louse and Pullman high schools are
fighting it out on Rogers field today.
RESOLUTION NO. 26.
A resolution of the City Council of
the City of Pullman to build a side
walk in the City of Pullman, begin
ning ;it the northwest corner of Camp-
US Park Addition to Pullman, theme
North iiloiiu Baal side of Monroe street
to the North side of California street,
thence East along the north side of
California Street to the easi side of
"B" Street to the College Campus.
Also commencing at South eai I conn r
of Hloi'k cij^ht of said campus Park
Addition, thence Northwesterly along
t • vi it side of Thatuna Street to the
alley running (through Block six
Camus Park, thence across Thatuna
Street, to tthe Southwest corner of lot
C, block :s, of said Campus park, thence
Northwesterly along east side of Tha
tuna Street to the north side of Colo
rado street to Monroe street. Also
commencing at the south Bide of the
east end of the alley running thence
westerly along the south side of Lin
den avenue to the southwest corner of
lot I,block 2, said Campus Park, thence
along north side of [.inden avenue to
the west side of Short Street, thence
Southwesterly along West Bide Of
Short street to Maiden lane, according
to the plai of F'ullman, Wash., unless
some good and valid objectionia made
why said walk should not be huilt.
Sec. 1. That unle-.s some good and
COLLEGE BOOTS, the newest "Queen
. - *■■ Quality" creation have caught the town.
A?' / They arc the hit of the season. A dis
& //^^ tinctively smart, "mannish" style, with low,
» /^"^fmm rakish tops, but with that daintiness char
j / acier islic 01 all "Quc< n Quality" shoes. De-
lightfully comfortable, giving ease to the
foot the first time worn; made in a superb
variety of shapes and paterns, and in all leathers.
A cordial invitation is extended to you to come in and try
on a pair and see how they look on your feet. You incur not
the slightest obligation in so doing.
$3.50 and $3.00 Per Pair.
BLACKMAN BROS. & COrPANY
the i : Pullman
to build. to be built, a
wall . the noi
of Cam] us Park AddH ion to Pullman,
them c north aim
I to the of I California
them >• ■ outh "B"
i" the ■ ■ mpus.
: treel to
t corner of lot 5, bla
aid t lampu i Park, thence noi th
ilj al< Ide of Thatuna
t to the north side of Colorado
1. thence wi al along the n
: ide of < lolorado -t reel to Monroe
Also commencing at the south
side of tl ast end of the allej run
ning through block ■ id Campus
Park, thence northwesterly along wbb!
side of Thatuna Btreel to Linden aven
ue thence w< sterly along the houl h
of Linden a\ enue to the east side of
"B" •( reel, thence acroi a I linden aye
nue to the southwesi conn r of loi 1.
block '.'. of said Campus Park, t hence
along north side of Linden Avenu ■ to
the We t ide of Short itreel, thence
southwesterly along west side of Short
Btreel to Maiden Lane, according to the
plat of Pullman, Wash., and shall be
constructed of fir or tamarack boards
l l I inches thick laid 1-2 inches apart,
r> ft, 1 in. long laid on tamarack
stringers which are 2 inches thick by (I
in. wide laid 2<i inches apart and each
board nailed thereto with not fewer
than six nails to each board, nails not
I" be smaller than lt'ij.
Sec. 2. That the probabl s1 of
the const met ion of .aid walk is 20 cents
per lineal foot which shall be assessed
against the property abutting upon the
street at the place where ,; :l j,| walk is
built, according to the proprotionate
number of feel and the proportionate
benefits derived therefrom by each
niece of property on account of the
constrution of .said walk.
Sec. :'.. Thai the con itruction of
crosswalks shall be paid toi by the
City of Pullman,
Sec. 1. That notice is hereby riven
to all persons Interested therein, that
1 if they have any good and valid reason
why said walk should noi be built, they
should file their written objection
thereto on or before the 7tli day of De
cember. 1905, with the city Clerk of
the City of Pullman and In addition
thereto, they may be heard al the reg
ular meeting of the City Council of
the City of Pullman at the City all on '
the 7th day of December, A. I). 1906,
al the hour of 7 :30 p. m. or as . oon
thereafter as their objections can be
Dated November 2, 1905.
Approved November 10th, 1905,
I). F. STALKY. Mayor.
C. F. Kinzie, Clerk.
"Why Women Si.-." the Bill for
I "The Missouri Girl"
Sn turd ay Evening
Two attract billi d to a] ■
at the auditorium nexi weeK, the
"Why Woi ." for Tuesday
a m< re extended notice of
which drama ia given elsewhere in
Saturday evening, Nov. 18ft, "The
ouri Girl" comei to entertain the
Pullman publ ihi | laj
produce i vine, hearty laughter
than any comedy yet written. In con
nection with a strong and Interesting
plot, it contains the moel ludicrous
situations • ver conceived. The com
pri enting the plaj la fully cap
able u[ extracting this fun. and deal
ing H out to the public In a n
isfacl n< r A lavi h equipment
of icenery and a wi alth of electric and
mechanical effects, combined with a
ctly balanced company make it an
evenl of more than ordinary interest.
FOR SALE ion acres farm land
two tnile:- south of Pullman, Wash.,
all in cultivation. |In j n f :i || wheat.
Price !?:»<> per acre, with terms. Ap-
I ply loT. E. Bramel, Lewiston, Idaho.
House for ale New seven room
house, with all modern conveniences,
on Mechanics hill. Will he s.,i,|
cheap. Enquire of Josi Wallis. tt
Frost proof storage for potatoes on
K. R. track, at :. cents per sack, good
'ill May Ist. Enquire of ('. (',. Craw
ford, at creamery. ."mi:;
WANTED By young man, W.s.c.
student, work for board and room, any
kind (if work. Address H. L. Haynes
WANTED m SALESLADIES
and 5 all men. Apply Monday at
;> p. ni. a. T. FARISS A CO.
i The comedy clement in the
piny "Why Women Sin" was
well considered by Will C. Mur
phy, the author. He has intro
duced characters that cor pel
laughter by legitimate means,
without resorting to horseplay,
which is often seen on the. sta^e
nowadays. There is an intense
ly interesting plot in the story
which is unfolded in a very sur
prising manner. This much
talked of theatrical offering will
bo the attraction at the Auditor
ium next Tuesday evening, Nov.
11. Seats on .sale Monday morn
ing at usual place.