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POPULAR COMEDY 10
BE PRESENTED FRIDAY
'It Pays to Advertise,' by Mask.
and Dagger—First Play of
"It Pays to Advertise," a comedy
by Roi Cooper Megrue and Walter;
Hackett, will be presented Friday I
night at the auditorium by Mask and
Dagger. The play is one of the moat
popular comedies produced for the!
American stage in recent years, and!
the honorary dramatic society is par
tlcularly Fortunate In selecting it as!
the first play of the year.
The cast has been working on this
play for tilt- past three weeks and
an exceptionally good production is
promised. The majority of the
cast are already members of Mask
and Dagger, a distinct innovation in
State College dramatics.
Sydney Allison, Marie Rushton j
and Robert Douglas are handling the
leads Each of them is well adapted
to the character they will present,l
and they have in this play ample op-!
portunity to do justice to their dra
Miss Melcena LaFollette, graduate;
of the State College and the Colum
bia School of Expresison, is directing
the production. Following is the
Mary Grayson Marie Rushton
Rodney Martin Robert Douglas
Ambrose Peale Sydney Allison
Countess de Beaurien. .June Sanders
Cyrus Martin Lewis Callow
[Cilery Clark Harold Truax
George McChesney. . .Frank Douglas
Marie Ethel Kelly
Miss Burke, clerk..Cecil Whitefield
The price of admission will be 50
cents, and reserved seats are now on
sale at Watt's Pharmacy downtown.
CAPTAIN WALSH GOES
TO TOPICA, ARKANSAS
Captain Walsh, who until lately
was assistant to the commandant
here, was called to Fort Sill, Okla
homa, on special duty. Tuesday of
last week he returned with the news
that he had been transferred to the
10th field artillery, a 75 mm. outfit
stationed at Topiea, Arkansas.
Captain Walsh was a charter mem
ber of the State College chapter of
Scabbard and Blade, and also a mem
ber of Sigma Nu. He is a former
student of this college and very popu
lar among those who have had the
privilege of forming his acquaint
ance. In the military world his ab
sence will be keenly felt at Washing
ton State. He left Sunday of this
week to take • p his duties with his
Topiea, Ark., is the site of a per
manent artillery camp wherein parts
of three divisions of field artillery
were stationed until, on riot duty,
they have been scattered through Ar
izona and Oklahoma.
ALL THRILLS OP HOOK
IN ZANB GRAY PICTURE
"Desert Gold," Benjamin B. Hamp
ton and Eltinge E. Warner's life pic
ture of the Zane Gray novel that has
thrilled millions of readers, is the
opening attraction at the Liberty
theatre, dated for Thursday and Fri
day evenings of this week.
In a furious storm on the desert
Jonas Warren encounters the man he
has sworn to kill—Robert Burton,
whom he charges with running off
with his (Warren's) daughtei many
years ago. Burton produces a mat
riage certificate and pacifies the en
raged Warren. They travel together
in search of gold, and after finding
it both fall-victims to a terrible sand
storm, and before the end write their
will on the back of the certificate,
leaving their claim to Nell Warren's
Events turn to Casitas, where Capt.
George Thorne is hiding his De
trothed, Mercedes Castenada. from
Rojas, chief of a desperate band of
outlaws. Aid comes to the lovers i,,
the person or Dick Gale,'who starts
a row with Rojas and in the excite
ment Thorne and Mercedes get away,
being assisted by Ladd and Lash,
cowboy friends of Gale. Thorne goes
back to his army post, leaving Mer
cedes In the care of Dick and the
two cowboys. They journey to the
Belding ranch, where Gale obtains
employment as a rider. He meets
and falls In love with Nell Burton,
foster-daughter of the rancher.
Learning that Mercedes is at Ber
ing's place, Rojas hurries there to
capture her. WW the;' rancher's
aid the party manages to elude
Rajas' guards and strikes out on the
I road to Yuma beaded by Yaqui. an
1 idan who owes his life to Gale/
nil PULLMAN HERALD
DUYETYNES OF BROWN
IN GENERAL WEARS
The general wear frock of the
ever popular brown In the new
duvetyne Is proving one of the
most sought after costumes of the
season. With buttoned yoke and
pocket supports virtually ending
the trimming one Is permitted to
admire the beauty of its simplic
ity. A buckle of smoked pearl
and sleeve buttons, tour on a side,
to match add the final touches
After a desperate battle in which
all of the outlaws are killed with
the exception of Rojas, Yaqul turns
»o find Rojas attacking Mercedes.
Rushing to her rescue, the Indian.
after a thrilling fight, succeeds in
throwing Rojas over the -'cliff.
The Christian Science society hods
services every Sunday morning at
11:00 o'clock in the net? Masonic
Testimonial meetings are hold
every Wednesday eveeirg at 8:00
o'clock in the Masonic hall. ' A free
reading room is open to the public
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
afternoons from 2:00 to 4:00 o'clock
in room 226 First National Bank
building. All authorized Christian
Science literature may there be read
PULLMAN BAPTIST CHURCH
The church downtown—on Para
dise street, near Main street.
The regular services will be held
Sunday, both morning and evening,
as follows: Bible school at 9:45
a. in.; preaching service at 11:00
a. in.; B. Y. P. U. at 6:45 p. M.i
evening service at 8:00 p m
FOR SALE—Pure bred buff or
pington pullets, $12 dozen. G. H.
Dole, Colfax, Wash., phone 11X2
PULLMAN SAVINGS AND. LOAN
To provide a systematic and abso
lutely safe plan for the investment
of savings, and to aid its members
to acquire homes of their own is the
object of the Pullman Savings and
Lean Association. The Association
it in every sense a HOME institution.
Who It's For
It is for the Practical Man, who
realizing the uncertainties of busi
ness and health, and of the folly of
spending all his money as fast as
tie gets it, provides for an emer
It is for the Prudent Woman, who
I out of her earnings or allowance, de
sires to put away a little money
monthly, where it will be securely
and profitably invested, and give her
the least trouble and where she can
i set it when needed.
li is for the Young Man possessing
| •i.< manhood and determination to
save something every month from
bis earnings as a reserve fund, to
draw on when sick or out of .i posi
tion, for providing a home or for a
start in business.
| It is for Boys and Girls, to help
them to be economical and industri
ous and to encourage them to ac
quire the habit of saving, provide a
I fund to educate them and to make
It is for Societies, Fratenud «nd
other Organizations wishing to in
vest their irlcome for the purpose of
creating a reserve fund, or for build
It is for all Seeking » Home 0!
who want to improve their property,
or ay off a mortgage or to provide
a fund f>r any other worthy pivaposo.
Call on or write
M. K. SNYDER
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CHANDLER SIX $1795
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cars in essential features of design and construc
tion. And other cars selling at hundreds of dollars
more than the Chandler do not check with Chandler.
These are not claims. They are facts, which we can
help you to prove quickly.
Chandler is the most fairly priced fine car in the
American market. And the faithful pursuance of the
Chandler Company's policy to make it that and keep it
that, have won for the Chandler Six a place of dis
Sixty thousand Chandler owners testify to the
marvels of its motor, to the sturdy strength of its en
tire chassis, to its comfort, and to the economy of its
Six beautiful bodies are mounted on
the one standard Chandler chassis
Seven-Patenter Touring Car, fI79S /our-Patenter Koadsler, SI79S
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Seven-Passenger Sedan, 52795 Four-Passenger Coupe, 52695 Limousine, 5329S
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NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT AND
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate of John Phalon, deceased.
Notice li hereby given that the
undersigned has been appointed ex
ecutor of the estate of John Phalon,
deceased, and has qualified as such
Notice is hereby given to .ill per-'
sons holding claims against said de
ceased, to serve the same on me or
or. Weill & Sanger, my attorneys of
record, at Pullman, Washington, and
file the sain' together with proof of j
inch service with the clerk of the
superior court' nt Colfax, Washing
ton, within six months after the date
of the first publication of this notice, .
AH claims against deceased not
served and filed as aforesaid shall
be forever barred. j
Date of lift publication, October
Executor of the estate of John
NEILD & BANGER,
Attorneys tor the estate, Pull
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responsible party. Addresx Box 213.
Pullman, Wash. iio«-v-14 i
All kin of miich cows for sale.
Fresh and to be fresh. Also good
h'jisr", light and heavy.' .1. W. N<?e
lyj phone .M 2.",. uov7dec26
Buy your feed or Y<'o & Emcrt.
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