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WON FIELD MEET
Interschol.istic Meet Met With the
Approval of the Hundreds
The finals in the big interscholastic
field meet brought out a big crowd on
Rogers field Saturday, and tho event*
proved of the deepest interest. The]
result of the meet gave a victory to
the athletes from the Spokane bi^lf
school, with Walla Walla and Lew
iston neck and neck ■ for second place.
The points won by tho various schools
contesting were as follows :
—Spokane . ... 3 r J
2—Walla Wall.-i 25
— I.i. iston 24'j
4 -\\ ait urg..: 13
s—North Yak 1111:1 10 ;_.
6— Wenatcbee 6
9 —Garfield 4
10 —Davenport 1
11 —Waterville '
o —Palouse 0
o— Col fax n
The following records were made in
the fourteen events:
High jump — Brown, Spokane,
first; Strong, Garfield second; Stoo
key, Lewiston, and Barrows, Spokane,
tied for third. Height, 5 feet 3 inches.
220 yard dash- Fenn, Lewiston,
first; Edwards, Waitsburg, second;
Storer, Lewiston, third. Time, 24
Half mile run —HuxtaMe, North
Yakima, first; Cookerly, Walla Walla,
second; Lake.Wenatchee, third. Time,
2 minute 1, 11 3-sseconds.
220 yard hurdle -Crocker, Walla
Walla.first; Wills, Walla Walla,
second; Guer, North Yakima, and
Kincaid, Waterville, tied for third.
Time, 28 1-5 seconds.
440 yard dash — Kembel, Ritzville,
first; Osborne, Spokane, second; Now
lin, Spokane, third. Time, 56 2-5 sec
Broad jump—Williams, Wenatchee,
first; Brown, Spokane, second; Small,
Lewiston, third. Distance, 18 feet 10
Discus throw—Semper, Lewiston,
first; Miller, Walla Walla, second;
Brown, Spokane, third. Distance,
90 feet 5 inches.
Pole vault — Blevins, Oakesdale,
first; Barnes, Spokane, second;
Cagle, Davenport, third. Height, 9
feet, 2 inches.
Hammer throw—Corbett, Waitsburg
first; Marston, Spokane, second; Mc-
Croskey, Garfield, third. Distance,
108 feet 7 inches.
100 yard dash—Fenn, Lewiston,
first; Edwards, Waitsburg, second;
Storer, Lewiston, third. Time, 10 35
120 yard hurdle — Wills, Walla
Walla, first; Small, Lewiston, second;
Barnes, Spokane, third. Time, 18 2-5
Mile run Huxtable, North Yakima,
first; Heath, Spokane, second; Wal
dron, Walla Walla, third. Time, 4
minutes 54 seconds*
Shot put — Smails, Walla Walla,
first; Nowlin, Spokane, second;
Spoonemore, Waitsburg, third. Dis
tance, 38 feet 7 in.
Half mile relay— Spokane team,
Barrows, Osborne, Galbraith and Bro
wer, first; Lewiston team, Smith,
Small, Storer and Fenn, .second;
Waitsburg team, Douglas, Edwards,
Spoonemore and Corbett, third.
Time, 1 minute 39 4-5 seconds.
—J. W. Steams has returned from
• Mexico, where he spent the winter
*• with his family. The change of clim
• ate proved most beneficial for his
health, and he will probably return
there this fall. His wife and son are
now in Portland where he will soon
join them. Mr. Steams is most fav
orably impressed with Mexico's pos i
, bilities in a business way.
NEW HOUSE FOR SALE-Military
Hill. A. E. Maynard.
PULLMAN, WASHINGTON, SATURDAY, MAY
-Prof. 11. W. Thatcher was elected!
grand outer guard at the Knights of j
Pythias grand logde at Bellingham!
Wednesday. This comes as quite an !
honor to Mr. Thatcher and the local |
lodge, as the officers are promoted i
after being elected as outer guard, and!
' Mr. Thatcher will therefore fill the
office of grand chancellor in due time, i
—A man named W. 11. Elliott,
vyho has been .slopping at a local hotel
/or a week or so hired a bicycle from !
S^A. B. Drinkwater's bicycle livery i
\ hursdayj but has since forgotten to I
leturn the vehicle. The sheriff's office
!i; now,busy. It is said that Elliott;
If s lso forgot to settle a hotel bill before :
- The Misses Faye Allen, Mary Card- :
j well and Jennie Mowrey retutrned ta
| Pomeroy Monday morning, after hay-
I ing taken in the Interschoiastic meet \
lin this city, Miss Cardwell being
j Porneroy's representative in the decla
—Will Ilardwick was in the city
j Friday of last week en route to his :
| home at Nez Peree, Idaho. He was ;
J accompanied by Mrs. Ilardwick, the
, wedding having occurred in Missouri '
| a few days previously. The bride was
formerly Miss Alberta Triplett.
-'—A special train, bearing officials
of the Northern Pacific railway, was
in the city Thursday, the railroad men j
j being on a tour of inspection of their
property, and also getting acquainted
with the business men and patrons of
—Hon. C. E. Vilaß, manager of the
Washintgon National Building, Loan
| and Investment Association, was here
I from Seattle Wednesday. Mr. Vilas
represented King county in the lower
house of the last legislature.
■■— Da Anita McCee missed ths train
'at Spokane and so fail to keep her
engagement to lecture at the college
Thurdsay evening. She will be here
Monday, however, and the lecture will
be given on that evening.
—F. O. Kreager was elected presi
! dent of the students' assembly at the
I college yesterday, after a spirited cam- j
j paign, and equally spirited election, '
there being numerous candidates for !
the honor in the field.
Miles Pearson was here from I
Bend, Oregon, the early part of the !
week. Mr. Pearson is engaged in the j
real estate business at Bend.
, —The annual band concert by the :
W. S. C. band, will be given at the I
opera house next Friday evening.
Alfred Peats wall papers are up-to
date in every particular. See them at i
—Geo. Ford, who has been on the i
j coast all winter, has returned to Pull- j
A few Empire cream separators for '
sale at cost. Stewart-Clure Hardware
Co. " It !
For Sale Good milch cow and 18- '[
months heifer. Mrs. J. C. Barrang
For sale — A carriage, good as new.
Enquire of Mrs. Hattie Myers.
—The McGee lecture will occur next
j Monday evening.
If you are contemplating papering
your rooms this summer you will do
i well to see beautiful new designs now ,
on display at Morton's.
You are not in style unless you
sport a Studebaker. (23)
FOR SALE.— ISO head of good grade
stock cattle, ages one to five years, for
I sale cheap. W. E. Mann.Waverly. Wn.
This bank has been incorporated with
a capital of $25,000 and desires a com
petent representative in Pullman. Bent
references required. Address, The
State Bank of Washington, Spokane,
WAGONMAKER IN PULLMAN.
Gentlemen Take Notice, a first-
Wagon Maker and Carriage
Builder lias located in the Drink
water Shop, Pullman, Wash. All
work promptly done and guaran
teed. Come one, come all and give
id ■ a trial.
F. H. Harris.
Pullman bj ■
1308 peopl< , b
i had 717
people, by ■ ■ i '!, :>
• the c< L9OO had
ield ' ■ ■■ :
a gain of ;
Elb -: ■ ' n •• of 190 ■
■ gain of I
by the ci
people, by the present eensua 325, a
gain of 74.
Uniontown by the census of 1900
404 people, by the present census 397,
a loss of 7.
Saturday R. VV. Day, Richard
Little and C. 0. Wallace wi re brought
before Police Judge Swain on a charge
of having violated the ordinance rela
tive to fast driving within the city
limits. The three men, who live in
, the country, had visited Pullman and
had left the city too rapidly to suit.
the peace and dignity of the corpora
tion, and on their first return found
warrants awaiting them. The wrath of
the municipality was appeased by the
payment of $5 each, with costs at
tacthed. Monday a second page in
the police court, docket was given tq
I. VV. Kimball and wife and Frank
Maguire, the char;'!' likewise
moving through the main thoroughfare
at a gait faster than the allowable \2
miles per hour. A plea of guilty
broughi forth a fine of $1 each, with
FREE GOVERNMENT LANDS.
Over 2()o,(iii(i acres of free govern
ment lands in Crook county, Oregon,
1 now being redeemed by the state under
the Carey law, under contract with the
Deschutes Power and Irrigation com
pany. Water now on the land. Price
; of land with perpetual water right, an
average of $10 per acre. Wood &
Bruce, of Waitsburg, Wash., and B.
S. Cook & Co., 25 Alder St. .Portland,
Oregon, sole agents. Write either
firm for booklet. J. H. Cook, sales
man at Forest, Cook county, Oregon,
on the land. 4t.
Those residing in Pullman and vicin
ity who desire full information, includ
ing route and arrangements to secure
reduced railroad fare, terms, etc.,
call on Squires & Gaddis.
Northwestern Mutual life insurance
is the very best. Pays policy hold
ers the most. Will pay you to see
Squires & Gaddis, local represenata
Borne grown apple tree*, two
year old", at 10 el ill. Rotn" li«-;iutv,
Kirn/, Baldwin, Jonathan Nor.
Spy varieties at -f. J). Carson's
farm, ~i !-'_' milea north of Pullman.
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all up and do ■
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... Just what you have been looking lor ...
$12.50, $14,.515, and $16.50
We have picked out 35 men's suits for this sale, and have selected
them with care in order to give you the very best values possible. They
are all very desirable, stylish suits.
COPYRIGHT 1905 BY CROUSE & BRANDEGCE.UTICA'.NEWYORK
We have also selected 25 Suits, less ex pen*! ye j in order to give you
an opportunity to get an every day suit <dmost as iln-ap as overalls.
These suits range in prices, $8, $8 50, $9. $10. and $11. While they
E. S. BURGAN & SON
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I S. C. ORATOR
GETS FIRST PUCE
The intercollegiate Oratorical contest
was held at the college last night, and /
1 the W. S. C»; orator, Urialawn, won a /
Brilliant victory over the men from /
Walla Walla and Moscow", /
The Pullman man was given first
| place by all six judgea, the throb judges
on though! and composition'aa well as
, the three on delivery, giving unani
■ mous verdicts;
—The. blind concert next Friday eve
ning attho opera houso is an event
| worthy oJ' more than passing notice.
[The^college band is.one ot' the moat
i popular organjzaUoria and one of which
iwe ma; bo justly proud. It is bo con
; stantly before us, giving its services
j on ho many occasions that we are prone
t to forget what a large investment of
' money and energy it represents.
While in California Judge Swain
i met i 'r. Wilson in San Francisco. The
J doctor has commenced practicing in
| that city and announces that he will
I remain there.
The Fortnightly.Club will be en-\ ;
tertairied by Mrs. E. S. Burgdn this \**
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