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Harry Cole, PJr.. the 2-year-old
eon of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cole, met
with a painful accident last week.
He was standing at a screen door
and the book on the spring caught
in his cheek and Id trying to take it
out he got his finger caught. Mr.
Cole took out the finger, not notic
ing that the hook was In the young-
Mel' mouth and raised him up, thus
lacerating the inside of ii is cheek so
that several stitches had to be taken: j
He is doing nicely at present.
P. C. Lilly, cashier of the First Na- j
tional bank of Whitefish. Mont., and
Rector Nelson, yard master of the
Great North* Ry. at Whitefish. i
■were guests of John Gannon last Fri- i
day and Saturday. He met them at
Spokane and drove them to Pullman
and Lewiston, Idaho.
Mrs. A. M Bond and Mrs .1. L. ;
i iilleland were joint hostesses at a
bridge party given Friday afternoon ;
at the home of the latter. There
were seven tables and the decora
tions were asters and autumn flow
art. Mrs. Harry Nash had high
wore and Mrs. Karl Allen won the
second prize. Misses Grace Greena
wait and Juanita Qllleland helped ;
J. E. Hammond and four employes J
expect to go to Priest River, Idaho.
Sunday to start work on the plumb- |
Ing and heating contract of a build- !
ing block in that town.
Mr and Mrs. E. R. Smith of Col- j
fax were Pullman visitors Tuesday.
C, T. Wilson autoed over from Se i
attle last Saturday and spent the \
week-end with his parents-in-law.
Mr. and Mrs C. R. Dutton. Mrs. Wil- I
son . who had been visiting here, re
turned with him Monday.
Frank Keel of Kennewick ar- |
rived Saturday to visit his brother,
Henry Neel, who Is seriously ill.
Mrs. Simon Dreifus and Mrs. .1. X.
Pickrell of Colfnx were In Pullman
Mrs. A. A. Petty returned Friday
I rom Eugene, Ore., and on the next !
day was called to Anaconda, Mont.,
by the sickness of Mr. Petty's broth
er, W. A. Coryell.
Mrs. Richard Gustafson of Imper
ial Valley, Calif., spent several days
last week visiting relatives here. She j
was the luncheon guest of Mrs, Let
terman on Thursday.
N. E. J. Gentry wrote from Visalia. !
Calif., that they had enjoyed a fine
trip and reached Long Beach about
the iOth. They encountered but one '
rainy day. at Portland. Ore.
L. M. Cox has purchased the W.
H. Eaton property on Kamiaken ;
street and is contemplating erecting •
a bungalow on the vacant lot next
Martin's garage Wednesday re
ceived a carload of 1923 Fords. The 1
six cars in lie lot Wei all sold prior
to arrival and another carload was
Otto McCreary returned Saturday
from Chicago, where he has been
taking advanced work in the Uni
Charles Maguire motored down J
from Spokane Tuesday to visit rel- :
Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Ritter, Mrs.
Hattie Irwin ami two sous, A a.
Manchester and two sons. Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Libby and daughter, Bes
sle, made up an auto party to Lewis
ton last Sunday.
The Evergreen Circle, Neighbors
of Woodcraft, held their first meet-1
ing after the summer vacation Tues- I
Dr. and Mrs. F. .1. Kayler motored
to Spokane this week tor a few days.
The s. K. dub met with Mr. and l
Mrs. .1. A Robinson Saturday even- :
ing. Mrs. Fred Densow won the
prize for high scon.' and Mrs May me i
Johnson the consolation prize,
Mr. and Mrs. Rosi A. Thompson j
and infant daughter arrived from
Spokane Sunday afternoon to visit j
his parents, Mr. and Mrs Brougham
Thompson, and other relatives for
Floyd smith has sold his insur
ance business to Luther Gil and
has gone to Spokane to reside. Mr. j
Oiles will represent the New York ;
Life Insurance company and the
Northwestern Mutual Fire company,
Mrs. F. 11. Richardson, mother of
Mrs. F. C. Densow. and her sister.
Mrs. Will Smith, of Spokane, were
guests at the Densow home two days,
A 10% pound son was loin Sat
urday at Walla Walla to Mr and
Mrs. Arthur Gol Mr*. Goff was
formerly Miss Laurel Henry, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs M. D. Henry of
The State bank is extending ir*
burglar alarm system to the safety
deposit boxes, insuring a maximum
amount of protection to the hoMeisj
of the boxes.
Russell H. Moore. who h;is beei
I salesman in Nelll's furniture start'
i. it Sunday for Portland, Ore., tr
enter Reid Medical College and b<
with his brother, Di Chas, Ulysses
Moore. Mrs. W. H. .laques and son
; Glenn, accompanied him to visit hei
; brother ml son Guy K. Jaques, be
fore he goes to Seattle In h few dp.y>
to enter the State University to pre
pare for an eastern college. He has
| been running a station for the Stand
| aid Oil company In Portland with
great success, being fifth out of 10 I
I salesmen there.
Thirty-five guests were entertain
ed by Mrs. A. M. Bond and .Mrs. .1.
■ L i llUeland al the home of the lat
ter Saturday afternoon at a delight
ful ken ington. Mis. ii. ii Rey
-1 nolds and .Mrs. < Leo Severance were
winners In two guessing contests.
i Misses Anona Clarkson and Juanita
iilleland assisted in serving.
Maynard-Price post of the Ameri
can Legion will meet .Monday even
ing, when a welcome will be extend
ed to all the men who are bach from
their summer vacation A full at
tendance is desired.
Practically all of the Pullman
| druggists attended the meeting of
| the Inland Druggists' association at
Pa louse Tuesday evening. The lo
cal men who made the trip were Geo.
|T. McMahon, Harry Struppler and
Stanton J. Hall from the White drug
store, B. K. C, Howell and Thomas
; Lukins from Watt's Pharmacy and
I Arthur Thompson from the Corner
j Drug store.
M. D. Henry left Tuesday morn
ing on an auto trip to Walla Walla
I and Pendleton, Ore.
Frank Roth made a business trip
■to Lewiston, Monday.
T. S. Goodyear, assistant state su
pervisor of forestry, will arrive to
' morrow to spend the week-end with
his parents, He has been making an
inspection trip in Chelan, Okanogan,
Kutitas, Yakima, Stevens and Pend
; Orellle count
Word has been received that Mi: ■■
.wary Ha us, formerly a resident of
Pullman, died about three weeks
i ago in Arizona of tuberculosis. She
leaves a mother and tWO (Sisters,
who are now residing in Washing
ton, D. ('.
Mrs. Arthur Fornler of Post Kails,
Idaho, was a guest of her aunt. Mrs.
D, F. Staley. last week. She was
married last month and with her
, husband was on her way home from
a honeymoon trip,
■Irs. Lawrence Fairbairn and Miss
Ruby Adams went to Spokane Sun
clay to meet Mr. Kan ha Irn, returning
Herbert Uiebel of Pulouse is a
new employee at the J. O. Adams
Chris Henson is improving his
residence by the addition of a sleep
A. J. Fulkerth returned last week
from Alberta, Canada; where be has
been visiting his daughter, Mrs.
Set h Clarkson and Miss Bessie Fay
took in the Lewistou fair Tuesday.
| They report an excellent program of
events and .i good attendance.
Miss Marie Plaskett returned Tues
day from » vacation of two months
which she spent at Pacific City, Sea
side and Corvallis, Ore
Mr. and Mis. \v. J. MacDonuld and
son stopped of! in Pullman Tuesday
to visit friends on their way homo
from Lewiston, where they had visit
red Mrs. Mac Donald's parents,
Harold Henry has accepted the
position hi principal ol the schools
at Roosevelt, Wash., and left this
'week to assume hi> dutios.
Mr, and Mrs. .lames Fairbanks re
turned Friday from Spokane.
I. F. Staley, Henry Baker and C.
L). Martin left last Saturday to in
spect the Idaho Gold and Ruby placer
mine, near the Canadian line.
Miss Orpha Cassidy returned last
week to her duties as principal of
he public school at Ritzville.
Ray Kirkendall returned on Sun
day to Walla Walla, after visiting
elutives in Pullman a few days.
Mr. and Mi: ii. D. Nasmyth and
*on are expected home this week.
They have been spending some tlnie
at Lake Crescent and also at Chilli
wack, li. (V, where they visited Mrs.
Th( w. D, Bridge club postponed
their meeting this week, when they
were to entertain their husbands, be
cause of the sickness of E. E. Gal
E. E. Gallaugher was stricken last
week with cerebral hemorrhage and
has been in a critical condition at
the home of his daughter. Mrs. Les
ter Folger. Wednesday bis condition
improved considerably and strong
| hopes are entertained for hit re-
All day tomorrow, September 16,
a demonstration of the work of the
Rotary Rod Wizard weeder will he
given on the Harry Price ranch no«
farmed by Iloscoe Cox, two miles
north of Pullman and one-half mile
west of Kitimiller, It is claimed
that the new machine docs wonder
ful work in killing .ill kinds of
weeds on summer fallow land and
leaves i ii. ground in fine condition.
All farmers and others interested
are urged to attend the demonstra
George Blakney of Freewater,
Ore,, visited Air. ml Mrs. .1. 0. Ad
ams the latter part of last week. He
i is a representative of the Lamb Fruit
company and was In this section
looking over the prospects lor liny-
Ing and shipping prunes. if these are
enough In this eel lon
Cecil K. Haasze returned this week
from tirandview, Wash., where he
.Mrs. M. .1. Chapman went to Spo
kane last Saturday to spend a few
days with friends.
Mrs. George 11. Gannon and lit
tle son spent several days in Spo
kane this week.
The 18 -months-old daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Short is quite seri
Mrs. F. W. /ink was hostess to
the members of the Pleasant Hour
club last Thursday afternoon.
Miss Leta Childs was a guest of
Mrs Emma McCracken and daugh
ted Monday night and Tuesday.
There was no school at Whelan as
the school house was used for the
Mr. and Mrs. George Zundel are
expected to return from their vaca
tion this week. They have been in
Salt Lake City and other Utah points
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Shumaker and
Miss Minnie Story spent Sunday
night with Mrs. L. J. Story at
The Neighborly Neighbors club of
Sunnyside hill was entertained yes
terday afternoon by Mrs. .1. p. Har
Mis. Emma Kiser of Great Bend
Kansas, was a guest of Mr. and Mrs.
J. I. Harper during the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Hatliff and
children of Colfax visited Pullman
Mrs. E. E. Wegner returned Tues
day from Spokane, where she had
been spending a few days with Mrs.
May L. White. Mrs. White returned
Lieutenat and Mrs. A. B. Pen
and son returned Monday. Mr.-.
Pence and the ha by spent the su.'.i
iner with her parents at Greely, c i!
orado. Alter he had completed h:. 1
duties .it ('anip Lewis, Lieutenant
Pence proceeded #o Oolton, Calif.,
to visit his relatives and was ji •< ■• ■!
there by Mrs. Pence and the 'm' y.
The family made the trip home by
John Metsker, Dr. J, W. Kalkus,
K. \V. Carter, F. A. Masek and Karl
Allen bagged "!> blue grouse, near
Whitebird, Ida., last Sunday. They
report the game birds as numerous
in that district, but the I rip is a hard
Professor R, p. Cope made ; < trip
io the west side of the state and Cor-
alii-■.. Ore., this week.
Professor E. 11. Steffens, head
<'t the department of forestry at the
State College, returned last week
from his vacation, most of which was
i spent in making a survey of the sta
tus of the white pine blister rust In
the western part of this state. The
[survey is being made tinder direc
tion of the r. s. Department of Ag
'l"he High School Christian En
deavor of the Presbyterian church
will hold ;i social this evening in the
chili room at the church. All high
I school students who are interested
are most cordially invited and a good
time is assured,
Mrs. A .1. 1! inkle is in Lewi
visiting this wok.
Dr. F. D. Heald is in Ilwaco this
week studying cranberry conditions.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Irwin moved this
week from Columbia avenue to Col
Professor and Mrs, 11. 11. Maynard
returned Monday evening from
Ames, lowa, where Professor May
nard had been teaching in the lowa
State College summer school.
Mrs. G. E. Thornton and daughter.
Virginia, returned Sunday evening
from Cheney, where they had been
spending a week with M i■■• Thorn
ton's mother. Mrs. K. 11. Connelly.
Mis- Laverne Askin returned yes
terday from Lake Michigan, where
she spent the summer? She was ac
companied to Pullman by her moth
er and two ■ins, who will remain
The formal opening and dedica
tion of the new Bryant school is to
be held next Sunday afternoon at
4:30. Dr. W. A. Bpaldlng will con
duct the services.
Till IM LLM \N MM! \l.l»
<: \\ Km! i..it the latter part ol
\< • kiev Portland, Ore., wheie
h- will vlnU his ion .Hid then go on
tn California t"i the winter.
\|i- i' Budilow arrived Saturday
'i, pend some 11 me wll h her daugh
ter, Dr I. E, Budilcrw
The iil";il Sewing club mcl with
Thayer on High street Thurs*
Mrs '.'. Kuehn of Milwaukie, Wis.,
topped off a few days last week to
Dr l. X Budilow. She wa
route to California.
Mrs. ,i. I. Chamberlain and
hter i>; urni d from Wash! ucna
.mil left for Canada tli>'
Mi's. Rlchaiil Fonger of ;;.ii field
- * ii*l Mis Williams of Hood River,
Ore., are visiting at the home of
Mrs [.. C. Lukine.
Mr. and Mrs, George Fairchild
il the week-end In Dayton
Mi. and Mrs. Carl Mordhurst niot
to Spokane Sunday and spent a
Mr, and Mrs. Many Nash, with
Gladys and Harriet Wright, motored
to Spokane Saturday and took in the
fair, returning Sunday.
I>r and Mrs. A. A. Cleveland made
a business trip to Spokane Tuesday,
Mrs. Sarah Grantham of Johnson
is visiting her daughter, Mrs. I. <;.
Baton, and other relatives In Pull
ra a n.
A. C. Abel was a spokane visitor
Saturday and Sunday.
The rdd train schedule on the N.
P, was resumed Monday. The even
ins train from Spokane arrives here
at 7:15 p m. and the morning train
from Lewiston arrives at Pullman at
i i : 00 o'clock.
Mrs W. S. Lyon and Miss Agathe
Haley of Mlssoula, Mont . and Mi
ami Mrs X I. Hi^h of Spokane ar
rived Tuesday to visit Mrs. C. W.
F C Davis returned Tuesday from
Phillipsburg, Mont . where he spi n<
the suinmi r
John Mitchell, for the past two
ployi i the lea i branch
Of the Washington Water Power
company, has been elevated to the
management of the Palouse ofli •■
and leaves this week with his family
for his new location
u.xnio "FAX" <.i:ts
BIG ST. 1,0 IIS CONCEPT
With a home-mrde receiving tet,
Harold C. Vance picked from the
air Tuesday n!ght tlv his concert of
grand < pera music br >Hdo:istpd from
the Post-Dispatch ofi ie ■ r St Louis.
Mo., station Ile first nl«*lt«?'! up n
announcement from a S:il! i.ake City
newspaper broadcaster giving the
concert of the eastern stp.t!<m, and
requesting any western station that
could hear it to wire the fact to
i hem Th' nt he concert ca n 1" In
clear at a bell and as distinct as
though the singers were In the
Vance also caught Seattle, Port
land, Sacramento. Cal., two Denvc:
stiitions, and one up in Ma*ka all
In the same evening.
l\< OMK l W INST\|J,\||\T
Wll.l, HE DIE TOD U
Tacoma, Sept. lL 1 The t hird qua i
tnllment of the income tax
■' _ ! is due on or befoi c m id
t, 1'; iday, September 15. 1D 22,
accord in. ti Hums Poe, col lector of
revenue of the district of
Notices have bi-.n sent
to taxpayers, but failure to receive a
not ii not i • l ie\ c a taNi>a> er of
n to pay t lie tax on t hue
deni - 'Hi wholi a mount >l ue
upon notice and demand
The tax ma> be paid at the ol
ollector • or the
following branch offices: Seattle or
lade by cash, mom er oi
■;. If made at a branch office,
payi ould be by check or
rder to a void danger of lost
in transmission to the office of the
collector. Checks or mony order
should be made out to order ol
lector ol Internal Revenue, Tacoma
A two-daj of the Pa
louse I (iatrii t Baptist association
came to a close here Wednesday af
lon The i onf< rence was at
tended by delegates from several Pa
louse country towns One of the
principal ipeakeri was X, v \. |I.
D E ]■ ptoe Rev I). J
". P Osgood
W '' Mo
Pullman: Pi : ■ ■. of the
University of fdaho; Professor M K.
Snyder of W on State ("ol!
Rlsley of Paloute, and O.
w. Lindgren of Colfax.
build in ColtogC Park.
W. S. C. TRAIN SERVICE
RACK FOR REGISTRATION |
Train service Is normal again be
tween Spokane and Pullman, the
two-each-way train schedule on the
Northern Pacific being resumed ihis
week. This will relieve an other
wise serious congestion at registra- i
tion time. College (lasses resume'
Tuesday. September 19, and students j
are already coming in to make sure <
of dormitory accommodations, -win- 1
ter "Jobs" for the self-supporting,
and boarding arrangements,
Special trains are to be run from
Spokane September 17 to take care
of the pre-registratlon rush of those
ho do not wish to be Hi the end of
the long line Monday morning be
fore the registrar's office.
I resident Holland has said that
he expects an increased enrollment |
this fall of about 10 per cent, but
can not tell at ail definitely because
of the farm situation which may af
fect student finances seriously. A
freshman class of 1000 is expected!
by the general secretary, Judging
from credentials filed in advance.
MIDNIGHT FIRE DAMAGES !
W. A. MOSS BUILDING
Flames Sweep Up Outside Wall of
Sew Building, on Maiden Lane
Firemen Do Good Work
The new city fire siren performed j
its first duty after having been pur
chased by the city council last Sun- i
day at midnight when it aroused the
populace in response to .1 fire alarm
from the building on Maiden Lane
ovned by V. A. Mos». The tire
started on tie outside of ihe build
ing, to which additions were being i
completed, v :d swept rapid)/ up ih< :
west wall until it had assumed:
alarming proportions. At the first
sound of the fire siren K. W. Carter, I
who had just returned from a hunt
ing trip, manned the fire truck and;
made a fast run to the scene ol the
blaze, with three or four volunteer
firemen aboard. Quick work with
the fire hose soon hail th« flames
under control, although they had I
burned through the wall and into the
second story of the building.
Some damage was done by water I
in the White Owl, on the first floor. I
operated by F. 1.. Barber, and l>) the-
Midway store, owned by c. A.
Street. A delay of a few minutes in
the arrival of the Lire fighting i p.
paratus might ha. ■ resulted in a
serious blaze, as the flames were eat
ing Into he building with alarming
The lii evidently started In a
small pile of building refuse on the
ground near the wont wall of the
building. Many ad\ anc • lie theory
that a cigarette stub or match care
lessly tossed away by a passerby j
probably caused the fire, although
the true origin is unknown.
At the time of the fire Mr Moss
was just completing an addition to
the building, including a dance hall
and large banquet room, to be op
erated by Mr. aßrber. '
<'<>l MY SPORTSMEN
TO meet si m>\y
Roy C. Irvine i <>' i.;> Crosse, pi evi
dent of the Whitman County Game I
Protective association, has nail a I
meeting 0" the organization I'm n«>x( <
Sunday afternoon, if 2:00 o'clock,
at the city hall In Colfnx Delegates
from the game associations in all the
Whitman county towns are expected
to be present, as well as th» mem- 1
bers of the Whitman county game
commission and representatives from
the Spokane county game commis
sion. Foveral matters of interest 10
he sportsmen of he county are
slated for consideration. Pullman
will send ii big delegation to the
Most FIRE FIGHTERS
WILL ANSWER ( Mis
Moscow volunteer fire depart- 1
ment has no superior, even among
the paid organizations which the j
larger cities maintain. The talk j
given by Chief Smith, at the chamber ■
of commerce meeting Wednesday!
evening, Lave those present further:
insight into the operations and plans
of the local department, and also, in !
his report of the big convention at j
San Francisco, Calif., they learned I
something of the magnitude of the j
nation's fire fighting organization!
and of the methods used. The cham- i
ber of commerce did the right thing
when it unanimously endorsed the 10-!
cal fire department's action in mak
ing a run to Pullman to assist in ex-'
tinguishing the blase at that place!
a few days ago. The chamber of i
commerce recommended that the fire j
department respond to a call from
Pullman at any time, it being well
known that the neighboring city
would just as gladly and promptly
return the favor in case of a bad fire
in this city.—Moscow Star-Mirror.
t ,ida>, *<•,„„„,„., ,_
Three New Home, x ow ,,,,.
Assured, With More in |,, spm '
The local Kiwanis dub has .
tered into its "own your own horn!"
campaign with a spirit that bids «•
to result in real acconfpli 8 ti ment .' r
three "new homes are already »!««
definitely assured as a result of ,?
efforts of the club, with several m r I
111 Prospect. Several plans or ™
sistlng In financing worthy ****
who have a limited amount of CaD
in.l to put into a residence are beta
considered by th. Kiwanis commit
tee. and a definite program win be
presented by th.c committee \,. IV
soon. At the meeting Monday noon
the club voted its hearty endorse
ment of the work of the committee
and pledged its united support to
the program finally adopted for as
eisting in residence construction Is
George H. Watt, a member of the
committee, reported that 35 resi .
dence build have been construct*
ed in Pullman since the city build
ing permit system went into effect
'on September 29, 1919. This is aside
from three or four large housing
buildings, including the Community
building, the Roth apartments and
one fraternity building. Taking all
of these buildings into consideration
a total of $500,000 has been expend
ed on housing buildings in Pullman
during the three-year period, yet this
construction has not by any means
kept pace with the added demand
for living quarters.
To keep the building program per
m.hi. inly before the members of th»
Kiwanis club the organization Mon«
day voted to purchase a large map
of the city to place on Ihe walls c!
the Kiwanis headquarters. All of
the most desirable building lots will
be indicated by red pins, and as fast
as these are improved with resi
dences blue pins will be inserted,
showing at a glance the progress of
the city from a residential building
Charles Beckwitfa was chairman of
the meeting Monday and his pro
gram was woven around the poem
"The Builder," which was interpret
ed from a practical standpoint by
Professor 11. W. Cordon. Sugges
tions as to how Kiwanians can make
themselves real builders, not for
themselves but for the "fair haired
youth who must pass this way.' were
offered by Dr. E. A. Archer, Presi
dent E. O. Holland. William Good
year, C. 10. Graves, Chairman Beck
with and others.
The tendance prize. a beautiful
Kiwanis pillow, was won by Robert
Will. The pillow was the handi
work "l .Mi's. Beckwith and is a prize
Mi be treasured,
WOl'Ll) EXTEND IJKi
A movement to make every home
In Pullman the "home" of at least
one member of the freshman class
of i he state College was launched by
the Kiwanis club at its meet Ing last
Monday, The tentative plan are to
Interest as many churches, women'"
clubs md other organizations as pos
sible in the movement, with a view
to making as many homes as possible
in Pulln.an available to first year
students, here they could go for
counsel or ad Ice arid where they
would feel free to go to while away
their Idle hours. The plan would be
for each home to take one or wove
students as their "sons' or "daugh
ters" and make them welcome there
during their first year at colloge A
committee to report at the next
meeting on the feasibility of the
plan Include Judge Tho N'eill. C
X. Curtis and Prank M. Slagle.
PYTHTANS TO I.IWISTON
A number of Pullman Pythian?
went to Lewiston last Thursday even
ing to attend a big K. of P. meeting
which marked the formal opening of
the new Lewis and Clark hotel. The
meeting was in honor of the supreme
chancellor of the order, the supreme
K. of R. & S. and grand lodge of
ficers of Washington Oregon and
Idaho. Among the Pullman Py"l'
lans were Judge Thos. Neill, Harold
Allen, Aalph Ackerman, Ferris Carr,
Ira O. Allen, J. W. Robinson. James
i don. Leonard Kilham, Clark *•
Nye, Dale Kimball and Alvin swisher.
Goldenrod Rebekah lodge enter
tained about An members of Easter
Rebekah lodge from Palouse on
Wednesday evening with a 6:30 din
ner. The rooms were decorated wit
sweet peas and asters. During the
regular lodge session Palouse initiat
ed our candidates, using the nation
al floor work. This work was great
ly appreciated by all. In celebration
of our anniversary Past Grand Mas
ter McCroskey gave a short address-
A short literary program was aBo