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NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Land Office at Walla Walla,
Wash.. November 16, 1915.
Notice is hereby given that Nora
F. Bishop, as heir at law of Clarissa
M. O'Dell, deceased, of Bishop,
Wash., who, on December 15, 1910,
made homestead entry, No. 04826,
for neq neq section 24, township 13
N.i range 4:; E.W. M., ne<i nwq and
lots 1 and 2, section 19, township 13
N., range 44 E. Willamette Merid
ian, has filed notice of intention to
make final five-year proof, to estab
lish claim to the land above de
scribed, before William A. Inman, U.
S. Commissioner, at his office at Col
fax, Washington, on the 22nd day of
Claimant names as witnesses:
George Morgan of Bishop. Wash.
George Boone of Wawawai, Wash.
Percy Bishop of Lewiston, Idaho.
Thomas Batta of Wawawai. Wash.
Not coal land.
FRED M. HEDGER,
Nov. 19-Dec. 17
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APPLES FOR SALE—Jonathans,
Rome Beauty and Winesap. Fresh
cider by quart or gallon; 301 Colo
rado St., or phone 2891. novlGtf
N. W. CONFERENCE
TO REMAIN THE SAME
Pacific Coast Organization Formed,
However, With Four Schools
Though the Northwest conference,
Including W. S. C, the U. of W., U.
of Oregon, U. of Idaho, O. A. C,
and Whitman college, will remain
unchanged, a new conference con
sisting of the universities of Wash
ington, California and Oregon and
Oregon Agricultural college was
formed at the conference meeting in
Portland last Friday. The action
came in a secret meeting held by
delegates from the four schools
after tho entire day had been spent
in attempts to solve the problem of
the relations of the schools already
in the Northwest organization. By
the formation of the new conference
three schools, the universities of
Washington and Oregon and O. A. C.
are included in both organizations.
These schools will play the regular
schedules in the Northwest confer
ence, but each will play the Uni
versity of California and the four in
stitutions will bar Freshmen from .
the teams when playing among
themselves. The use of Freshmen
by the Northwest conference teams
will not bo interfered with.
Throughout the deliberations the
Washington State College delegates
held the whip hand. The entire ar
gument centered around the adop
tion of the proposed anti-Freshman '•
ruling. During the day the W. S. C. ',
delegates refused every proposition
to change to the no-Freshman rule,
though it was proposed that all of !
the five schools but Whitman and
Idaho agree to the rule, leaving the
two small schools free to act as they '■
pleased. The W. S. C. representa
tives remained firm in their de- 1
cision to stand by the small schools '
and the four institutions were re
quired to form an organization of '•
Plan of l . of Washington
The proposal of the anti-Fresh
man rule was made by the U. of W.
delegates, who went to the meeting
instructed to schedule games only
with the schools who would agree
to bar Freshmen. Their uncompro
mising attitude was not shared by
the other delegates and as a conse
quence Washington State will meet '
every team in the conference next
year save the U. of W. The attempt
to dictate terms of agreement to the
other schools were turned down flat
when the U. of W. representatives
revealed their hands.
Washington and California >mi- :
rersities were both in favor of the
Freshman rule, but neither of the i
Oregon schools sanctioned it volun- '
tarily. The necessity of their join
ing the organization for prestige is
believed to have been the only factor
influencing their action. ',
That the Washington State dele- j
gates really held a favored position (
in the deliberations is shown by the
number and importance of football
games offered the W. S. C. team.
Seven games have already been
-greed to and it will keep the team (
an the go to carry out the schedule i
is arranged. Week after week the ]
games follow one another through
out the season, every conference J
earn save that of the University of
Washington being played in 1916.
-hough tho Seattle delegates were
nstructcd to schedule no games with i
teams which *ould not bar Fresh- i
men, an effort was made to arrange t
i U. of W.-W. S. C. game for next I
season. The lack of open dates, how- i
aver, prevented the scheduling of the <
It is probable that the 1916 sea- '
ion will start with a game against <
Gonzaga, though that game has been 1
scheduled for November 25. Games 1
were arranged with the O. A. C, I
Michigan A. C, Montana, Oregon,
Idaho and Whitman.
Conference Meet at Pullman
The schedule makers again grant
ed Pullman the conference track
meet for June 3 of next year. The
meet was held here two years ago
and for tho first time in history the
contest did not result in a financial
loss. The new Rogers field, prob
ably the finest in the Northwest,
was dedicated by the meet and as a
fitting result some $25 was added
to the treasury of each school, the
annual deficit being eliminated for
the first time.
Satisfactory schedules for each
athletic team have been arranged as
October 7—Gonzaga at Spokane.
October 14 —Oregon Agricultural
College at Portland.
October 21—Michigan Aggies at
October 28—Montana at Missoula.
November 4— ldaho at Pullman.
November 11 —Oregon at Eugene.
November 30Whitman at Walla
January 19 — Oregon Agricultural
College at Pullman.
January 28— Idaho at Moscow.
January 29 Idaho at Pullman.
February s — Montana at Mis
February 7 —Montana at Mis
February 17 —Washington at
February 21 —Whitman at Walla
February 22 Whitman at Walla
February 23 —Oregon Agricul
tural College at Corvallis.
February 26 — Washington at Se
March 2—Whitman at Pullman.
March 4 —Whitman at Pullman.
March 10 —Idaho at Moscow.
March 11 —Idaho at Moscow.
April 22 —Idaho at Moscow.
April 29 — Idaho at Pullman.
May 11 — Idaho at Moscow.
May I*2— ldaho at Pullman.
May 19Whitman at Pullman.
May 20—Whitman at Pullman.
May 30—Whitman at Walla
May 31Whitman at Walla
May Whitman at Walla Walla.
May 13Idaho at Pullman.
May 20 — Montana at Missoula.
May 29 —Washington at Pullman.
June 3 —Conference at Pullman.
[ CHURCHES |
SIMPSON METHODIST CHURCH
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m, Morn
ing service at 11 o'clock; sermon
subject, "Present Day Regard for
Life." Epworth league at 6:30
[). m.. Evening service at 7:30. At
the morning service Mrs. T. M.
Wright and Miss Nystrom will sing
i duet: at the evening service Miss
Hanke will sing a solo. The choir
will also furnish special music at
both services. Jno. W. Caughlan,
Several numbers, consisting of
solos and choruses from the Christ
mas cantata, "The Light of Life,"
will be given at the morning service
next Sunday at the Federated
churches. The pastor will speak on
the subject •'Worship."
EPISCOPAL rill II
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Morn
ing service at 11:00 o'clock. Even
ing service, in charge of St. James
Legion, at 6:30; subject, "The Spirit
and Customs of Christmas." Every
The aid society of the Christian
church will hold its annual bazaar
md food sale at the church Satur
lay, December 11, from 1:00 to 6:00
Regular services at the Nazarene
ihurch next Sunday,
church next Sunday. James Mail
_UCH ADLER-I-KA USED
It is reported by White's Drug
Store that much Adler-i-ka is sold
n Pullman. People have found out
hat ONE SPOONFUL of this sim
ile buckthorn bark and glycerine
nixture relieves almost ANY CASE
>f constipation, sour or gassy stom
ich. It is so powerful that it is
lsed successfully in appendicitis.
.NE MINUTE after you take it the
passes rumble and pass out. It is
perfectly safe to use and can not
FOR SALE — "Cliff House,"
a rooming house containing 10
suites, two single rooms, large
kitchen and dining room; will rent
for $225 a month; $2000 cash, re
mainder on time. Pullman Develop
ment Co.. Geo. 11. Watt, Sec.-Treas.
Mountain Pride hard winter flour
will make more bread, whiter bread,
better bread; $1.80 a sack at Hun
STRAYED—From my place about
October 10, one roan yearling heifer,
ear mark crop and two slits in right
ear. Call M 15X1 and receive re
ward. C. O. Kellogg. declO-13
Complete and well furnished
apartments for rent. Phone 1321,
or 205 McKenzie St. Mrs. W. L.
For farm land see J. M. Reid.
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: "He that is without sin among you, let him cast the first stone."
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