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Friday, November 7,1010
PROFESSIONAL CARDS ,'
PR. v G. KIMZEY
Office at White's Drag Store
t Residence 1508 Star Route St.
Res. phone 36, Office phone 126
j. L. GILLELAND, M. D.
Res Tel. 2962 *** , Ofice Tel. 3R
Office on Alder St.
Diseases of Women and Obstetrlcts
R. M. 3. BEISTEL
Physician and Surgeon
Large X Ray for Diagnosis
Special treatments for eye, ear, nose
gad throat —Glasses fitted
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A. T. LUKINS
Physician and Surgeon
Rooms 202-3-4 First Nat. Bank Bldg
Office Phone 15
Residence Phone, 147
m, F. NEWBROUGH, D. C.
Doctor of Chiropractic
114-15 First National Bank Bldg.
Office phone 32; Res. phone 1734
D. 0. DOW
Attorney at Law '
Room 14, First National Bank Bldg.
Thos. Neill F. E. Sanger
NEILL & SANGER
Attorneyr at Law
First National Bank Building
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Room 3. Emerson Building
DR. A. E. HUDSON
Dental X-Ray Equipment
Office. New First National B'k Bldg.
DR. A. A. ROUNDS
Office in Emerson Building
DR. FREEMAN L. BALL
mMa&ttspm . Graduate McCormick
ja\m M^ Medical College, Chi-
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Call me at my expense at
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American citizenship was the key
note of the address give,, Thursday,
Oct. 30, by Clark v. Savidge. state
Mr. Savidge emphasized the nec
essity for interest in the departments
of the government. National and
state undertakings should be given
consideration by broad minded cit
izens as well as local activities.
Honesty of purpose ls an essential
lof good citizenship. Honesty to self
In finding the things for which we
are best fitted is the surest method
of success. Ability to think and act
quickly are invaluable aids to the
business man whose undertakings are
backed up by the strength of his
Good citizens, according to Mr.
Savidge, will lend their influence to
I building of the greatest of American
1 institutions, the home. Our nation.
al government is founded ou laws
made in the home. The recent war
was won by the fireside of Ameri
can homes quite as much as on the
fields of battle. Tribute was paid to
mothers of whom the biggest sacri
fice of the war was required.
Jealousy and unfair play were de
nounced by Mr. Savidge. In an age
marked by selfishness, it is patriotic
jto adhere to duty and to treat all
competitors as we would be treated.
Violation of this principle by I. XV.
\V. organizations is sufficiently un-
American to warrant their being de
Mr. Savidge concluded his address
with a tribute to men who gave their
lives for the honor of their flag and
the protection of American homes.
SIGMA CHI WILL INSTALL
LAST OF NEXT WEEK
Delta Sigma to Become National
Prominent Fraternity Men to Be
Sigma Chi will install the local
Delta Sigma at Washington State
College November 13, 14, 15 as Its
Beta Upsllon chapter.
In addition to the installation of
the new chapter a convention of the
Twelfth province lias been called by
Grand Praetor Hoover for November
jl4 and 15 at Pullman. Active and
' | alumni delegates will be in attend
• ! ance from Seattle, Spokane, Mis
soula, Tacoma, and Salt Lake City,
In addition to representatives from
many other points throughout the
Installation is to be in charge of
John S. McMillin of Seattle, assisted
, by Professor Fred C, Scheuch of the
I University of Montana at Missoula.
| Large delegations will be present 1
II from all the active chapters in the
1 West and particularly from Upsilon
i Upsilon. Seattle, who plan fcr* attend
' i in a body the installation, province
' convention, and football game held
I here that week-end.
I Plans have been completed, how-
II ever, for an installation banquet for
M Saturday evening, November 15, and
| ! an installation ball for November 21.
I j Delta Sigma was organized In Feb-
M rr.arj-, 1917, with a charter member
( J ship of 19. The local fraternity,
1 having petitionee Sigma Chi from
; the first, was granted a charter as
Beta Upsilon last May.
Sigma Chi fraternity was founded
. at .Miami. Oxford, Ohio, June 28,
1 1855, it is the second member of
, the "Miami Triad" to come Lere, be
i ing preceded by Phi Delta Then.
' Since the granting of the local chap
iter Beta Theta PI has also made an
1 appearance on the campus, making
I a complete "Miami Triad." Al
. I though very conservative, Sigma Chi
' has steadily grown until at present
i there are 75 r.ctive chapters. The
' addition of Sigma Chi is a big step
' toward placing Washington State
I College on a par with leading uni
-1 versities in respect to representation
[of national Greek letter organiza
' j lions.
1 In addition to the active and
J alumni members to be Installed,
1 there are the following honorary
I members: Dr. E. E. Wegner, Dr. F.
A. Colder, Wm. C. Kruegel. F. C.
Forrest, and Prof. C. E. Howell.
Prominent members of Sigma Chi
in the West are Dr. Hamilton, presi
dent of Montana State College; Dr.
I Lindley,^president of the University
of Idaho: Prof. F. C. Scheuch of the
University of Montana: Judge De
Graff of Dcs Moines, lowa, and Presi
dent E. 0. Holland.
I. O. O. F. NOTICE
j Pullman lodge, No. 29. I. O. O. F.,
• meets every Saturday night at 7:30
In Masonic hall. All Odd Fellows
F. L. Ball, Noble Grand.
SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION
In the superior court of the state of
Washington in and for Whitman
Charles St'iiewalt and Mary F. Stire
walt, his wife, plaintiffs, vs. The
Spokane and Palouse Land com
pany, a .corporation, and also
all other persons or parties un
known claiming any right, title,
Interest, lien or estate In and to
the land described in tbe com
plaint herein, defendants.
The state Of Washington to said
Spokane and I'alouse Land company,
a corporation, and also all other per
sons or parties unknown claiming
any right, title, Interest, lien or es
tate in and to the land describee ;.n
[the complaint herein, defendants.
You are hereby summoned to ap
pear within Sixty (lays after the
date of the first publication of this
summons, to-wlt, within sixty days
after the 10th day of October, 191&J
and defend the above entitled action
in the above entitled court and ans
wer the complaint of plaintiffs and
to serve a copy of your answer upon
the undersigned attorneys for plain
tiffs at their office belov stated and
ill case of your failure so to do,
judgment will be rendered against
you according to the demand ol the
complaint, which has been filed with
the clerk of Whitman county, Wash
ington. The object of said action
is to quiet the plaintiff's title in and
to all the tow'nslte of the town of
Branham, Including all lots and
blocks and vacated streets of said
townsite as shown in the plat there
of in the records of the auditor':? of
fice of Whitman county. Washing
ton, excepting lot 7, block 2, anl
lots 1, 2 and 3 of block 5 and tha*
part of Walnut street lying east of
the present county road and that
portion of Fulton street lying im
mediately west of block 2, and t<j
roWer bar you from asserting any
right, title, or interest in or to said
property or any part thereof &d*AFM
to the plaintiffs herein.
Dated this 7th day of October,
NEILL & SANGER,
Attorneys for plaintiffs. P. O. ad
.dress Pullman, Whitman coun
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
It is in violation of city ordinances
to post bills on telephone and elec
tric light poles.
To throw paper or refuse and to
bacco and candy boxes on the streets.
To empty cuspidors in the gutters,
as is practiced by some.
To allow freight to stand on the
sidewalk after being unloaded from
the dray, especially fruit and vege
tables, which people eat.
To expectorate on the sidewalk.
To operate automobiles with open
mufflers inside the corporate limits.
To repair or wash automobiles on
To park automobiles within 20 feet
of a fire hydrant. ($25 fine.)
To leave automobiles while engine
is running, (state law.)
C. M. HOOPER,
FOR SALE.Maxwell touring car
in good condition. Will give terms to
responsible parties. Inquire Star
Bottling & Mfg. Co. cctlOtf
FOR SALE- Upright piano, a bar
gain. D. F. Staley, phone: office 20,
residence 287. oct3ltf
FOR SALE—-Nine room modern
plastered house, i A lots, good size
i,,-tn and ben house on High St. Mrs.
Cora Butler nov7-28
Wo write fire insurance. Yeo &
Get the Genuine
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GEO- N. HENRY
REAL ESTATE '
THE PULLMAN* HERALD
representing Powell-Sanders Company
will be at this store
TEwsday? Friday and Saturday
of this week
demonstrating the use of
Jelly Powders and
You are invited to be here. Mrs. Aldrich
will instruct you how to use
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THURSDAY and FRIDAY
NOVEMBER 13th and 14th
Admission: Children 22c, Adults 45c, plus war tax