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VOL. 111. NO. 47
DELEGATES I
ARE NAMEDI
meeting last night was
WELL ATTENDED
KcuucwioU Precint Will be Repre
senttMl in the County Convention
by Four Delegates Who Will Look
Alter Its Interests.
The caucus called for the pur-!
pose of selecting delegates to at-j
tend the county citizens convention 1
at Prosser next Saturday was held j
in Prof. Nutt's school room last
evening and was attended by aj
representative gathering of our cit
izens
Rufus Fullertou was selected
chairman and \V. J. Shaughnessy
secretary.
The chairman stated the object
of the meeting and called for nom
inations, with the result that R.
! lerton, W. J. Shaughnessy, W.
H. Souderman and A. H Richards
were chosen to go to Prosser.
The object of the convention at
Prosser is to select a satisfactory
list of candidates for the various
county offices and present to the
county commissioners for their ap
proval. This method of selecting
the officers has been endorsed by
tbe commissioners and will result
in giving all parts of the county
representation in the court house.
J. B. Sluugenhuupt is erecting a
handsome two story residence on Ta
cnnia street just north of Tbomus Pal
lister's residence.
|| The Prettiest Part of the Best §
|| Town in Washington =:= =:= j||
I ANION'S ADDITION 1
I TO KENNEWIC Kg
7(otN If you are looking for a lot on which to build your residence you should investigate iy&Sn
(py this proposition. The land has just been plotted and put on the market, and the prices that we
are asking for the lots make it possible for any one desiring nice residence property to buy.
WM, The new Methodist church, the finest in the city, has just been erectep in a central location in MiZzti
Sra the addition and the city schools are in easy reach of any part of it. The laud was all leveled
tand seeded down last summer sa that there will be ao extra work in putting lawns in condition.
For Particulars call on cr address
| -H. S. Anion - jg
I Exchange Bank, Kennewickjjj
KENNEWICK, WASHINGTON, FRIDAY MARCH 24, 1905
FAVOR GRAVITY SYSTEMS.
Pumping Projects Held Up By the
Reclamation Bureau.
Washington, I). C., March 20 —
Director Walcott of the geological
survey today laid before Secretary
Hitchcock a plan for the early
completion of the Minedoka irri
gation project in Idaho. The pro
posed plan sets aside $1,500,000 as
a reclamation fund for work on the
Boise-Payette project, also in
Idaho. It is believed that the
plan will receive the approval of
the secretary, because the govern
ment has for the present abandoned
immediate construction work on!
projects requiring pumping facili-!
ties, and A'ill take up and continue
work only on these lauds that can
be reclaimed by a gravity irriga
tion system. ' Government reclarn-i
ation experts claim that projects
necessitating pumping ueed con
siderable more study; that at best
the results are problematical, and
in view of this situation they
should be held up for the present.
Dr. Newell, chief engineer of the
reclamation service, is directly re
sponsible for this new policy with
respect to irrigation projects now
under way and in contemplation.
Work on the Briilae.
The engineers have been en
gaged for the past week making
the surveys for the grades on each
side of the bridge. It is expected
the work on the building of the em
bankments will start in the near
future so they will be ready for the
rails when the bridge is moved. It
is the plan of the company to build
a temporary underpining to the
west of the present site and move
I the superstructure of the present
bridge to it, to be used till the new
j bridge is completed. The work of
i moving will start as soon as the
! water in the river begins to recede.
Prisioners are Arraigned.
j A number of prisioners were ar
| raigned before Judge Rigg in the sup
-1 erior court today. John Brainard and
j James Aldrich, charged with burglary,
J pleaded not guilty and Leo Meigs was
'! appointed their attorney. Patrick
i Kelly charged with assault, was given
i a day to plead, J. L. Ward being
| named as his attorney. R. J. AlcCar
-1 ty, charged with assault, pleaded not
\ guilty, John R. Davis charged with
burglary wns given a day to plead, A.
S. Davis being appointed to defend
him. John M. Bowen and Lawrence
Lorson declared themselves not guilty.
Ire P. Knglehart will defend them.
Other prisoners will be arraigned Tues
day.—Republic.
Went to Pasco.
The band boys went over to Pasco
Friday evening and gave the citizens a
sample of the music they are able to
push into their horns after a month's
practice, and to judge by the evidences
of appreciation tiiey made a hit. lie
fore going over the river they gave
several selections 011 the various street
corners here, making a specialty of
St. Patrick's Day in the Morning," in
honor of the patron saint of the day.
|To show that their hearts were in the
right places the Pasco people have do
nated the nse of their hull to the band
for a concert and ball ou the Slst of
this month.
Scott and Co. have on exhibition in
their show window an oil painting en
titled, "Golden Sunset". It is a picture
of the Three Sisters, famous mountains
in Oregon, and is the work of Mrs. C. j
A. Lundy of this city. It is a piece of
i work that would excite favorable com
| ment in any art collection, Mrs. Lun
dy has quite a reputation.as a painter
aiid the drawing room at her home is
hung with numerous paintings from
her brush.
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