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Washburn-Crosby's Famous Dredge's Grocery The directors have selected the following "ad.," written by O. M. Thomason: \ Sav**L--^^ \ \ m«?&*+. \ \Ka ««**' \ \ T _v C©* 1 \ \ 4"9 c t \ A \t* eteS M maw^X \ J o*^**^^ \M&" \ Pullman State Bank SUMMER / 0^ EXCURSION CQn FARES 7 TO THE EAST And Convention Fares. MAY 12 TO OCTOBER 14—FOR CERTAIN DAYS EACH MONTH. To St. Paul. Minneapolis, Omaha, Kansas City and other Eastern Terminals .$60.00 to Chicago ..!!!!!!!! !i!!!!!!!!! 12.50 To St. Louis 70 00 1° Denrer '.v.v.v.;;;;;;*!!!!!!!! 55.00 To other Eastern Points, proportionately low fares. These are round trip fares. LIBERAL TIME ALLOWED FOR TRIP. STOPOVERS PER MITTED. It is not too early to plan your summer trip. If you will ad vise us where you want to go and where you want to visit and when you want to start, we will advise the lowest cost and host arrangements. Tickets are First Class and ,-an be used on the North Coast Limited, the crack train to and from the East. And on our other three Transcontinental Trains. Secure full information from any passenger representative. NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILWAY Win. Laird. Agent, Pullman, Wash. A. D. Charlton. Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, Portland. Ore. J. C. RUTH REAL ESTATE, LOANS, INSUR ANCE and RENTALS Any business entrusted to my care will receive prompt and careful at tention. Upstair* Pullman State Hank Bldg. PULLMAN. WASHINGTON "Good Things to Eat." EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR Gold Medal Flour The Home of Satisfaction L. B. MILLER Watchmaker and Jeweler Pullman, Wash. EAST AND WEST SELECTSME DATE U. of W. and W. S. C. Hold Inter scholastic May 12 and 13. High Schools of Inland Empire to Meet at Pullman. Western Washington to Meet at Se attle. By a strange coincidence the Uni versity of Washington has selected the same date for their Interscholas tlc as W. S. C. selected. For this rea son the committee has received Inti mations from two or three high schools that a change in our date would be very accceptable. Since this date was chosen a year ago, and Is so stated iv the college catalogue, the committee feel that they are not usurping the date of any other in stitution in this matter. However, a greater reason than this why the date cannot be changed is that Man ager Jones has arranged the base ball and track schedule with May 12 and 13 reserved for the Interscholas the meet, and so at the present time there is no other date available. The question has also been raised which meet in the championship meet, ours or the one at Seattle. As a matter of fact neither can be call ed the championship meet of the state. The meet at Seattle takes In the schools of Western Washington and two or three of the larger schools of Eastern Washington. The meet at W. S. C. Is a championship meet of the high schools of the In land Empire. This takes In the school of Eastern Washington, Nor thern Idaho, and Eastern Oregon, which is, of course, a larger territory than that covered by the meet at Seattle. The meet at Seattle can be properly called the championship of Western Washington. The state college will this year ex tend the usual interscolastic contest to include a contest in Industrial arts. Two series of medals—gold, silver and bronze —will be given as first, second and third prizes in the following contests: Contest A—Manual training, wood work. Any piece of furniture not to exceed In weight 20 pounds, such as chair, taboret, glove box, bookcase, footstool, etc. Articles entered must be designed and made complete by a bona fide student without assistance. Article must be accompanied by a working drawing. Contest B—Domestic art, shirt waist suit. One shirtwaist suit de signed, material selected, cut and lit to measure, and made complete by a bona fide student without assistance. Cost limit of material, $1.50. In the oratorical contest the ten best orations will be chosen before the meet by a committee of the Eng lish department of the state college. The ten winners in the preliminary contest will deliver their orations at the meet. Interschola-stie Record. 50-Yard Dash Watson, Tekoa, 1910, 0:5 2-5. 100-Yard Dash —Fenn, Lewiston, 1909; Cooke-Ellensburg. 1910, 0:10 1-5. 220-Yard Dash—Cooke, Ellens burg. 1910, 0:22. Yard Dash—Cooke, Ellens burg, 1910, 0:52 4-5. 880-Yard Run—Fancher, Spokane, 1909. 2:07 4-5. Mile Run—Fancher, Spokane, 1909, 4:47 4-5; Eckert, Lewiston, 1908. 120-Yard Hurdles, Dresser, Walla Walla, 1909, 0:17; Shaw, Lewiston, 1910. 220-Yard Hurdles, Shaw, Lewis ton, 0:26 3-5. Shot —Cook, Waterville, 1910, 4 4 feet 9 inches. Discus — Englehorn, Spokane, 1909. 112 feet 7 inches. Hammer —■ Phillips, Lewiston, 1910, 140 feet 6 Inches. Pole Vault — Monroe, Spokane, 1909, 10 feet 8 1-4 Inches. High Jump—Strehecker, Garfield, 1907, 5 feet 8 1-2 inches. j Broad Jump—McCown, Prosser', 1908, 21 feet. / Relay—Spokane, 1910, 3:41 2-5. 1010 Record, V 50-Yard Dash —Watson, TekoaV 0:5 2-5. 100-Yard DashCooke, Ellens burg, 0:10 1-5. 220-Yard Dash —Cooke, Ellens burg. 0:22. 440-Yard Dash —Cooke. Ellens burg, 0:52 4-5. \ / / 8 80-Yard Dash—Schultz, Daven port. 2:07 4-5. Mile Run—Atkinson, Waitsburg, 4:54 1-5. Yard Hurdles Shaw, Lewis ton, 0:17. 220-Yard Hurdles—Shaw, Lewis ton, 0:27. Shot Put —Cook, Waterville, 44 feet 9 inches. Discus—Love, Garfleld, 110 feet 4 Inches. Hammer —Philips, Lewiston, 140 feet 5 Inches. Pole Vault Cohn, Spokane- 10 feet 1-2 Inch. High JumpCoe, Spokane, 5 feet 6 1-2 inches. Broad Jump—McDonald, Waits burg, 20 feet 7 1-4 inches. Relay—Spokane, 3:41 2-5. JOSEPHINE T. BERRY HEAD OF DEPARTMENT Board of Regents of State College Elects Miss Josephine T. Berry as Head of Demestic Science Department. At the meeting of the board of re gents of Washington State College, held in this city last week, Miss Jose phine T. Berry of Yale University, was elected head of the department of domestic science. Miss" Gertrude MacKay, who has been acting head of the department since the resigna tion of Miss MeDermott. will be re tained at an increased salary. Miss Berry has had a long experi ence as a teacher and has had four years of graduate work at Chicago, Columbia and Yale Universities. She will enter on her duties September 15. The board also authorized the pur chase of 48 lots in blocks 1 and 2 of Mount Pleasant addition of Pullman. These lots join the campus on the south. The purchase price was $5000, which was appropriated by the legislature in its last session. On the north of the campus one acre of ground was purchased and two lots on Thatuna street just north of the conservatory of music were pur chased for $1700. The board instructed the letting of a contract for the cnstruction of a cement walk from the administration building to the front of the campus. For the experimental work of the college the board appropriated $10, --000. This money will be devoted to furthering the experiments In dry land and irrigation farming, and in cereal investigation. President Bryan was instructed to fill th,- position of dean of women, a position created by the board at this meeting. This appointment will be reported to the board at the June meeting. The dean of women will have su pervision of Stevens hall, the dormi tory of women, the sorority houses, and all girls living in private families. She will also be ex-offlclo preceptress of Stevens hall. Mrs. Margaret An drews, the present preceptress of Stevens hall, signified her intention of resigning at the close of the pres ent school year. The president was also Instructed to let the contract for the construc tion of a new rifle pit and range for the use of the cadet corps. A contract was let for the decorat ing and finishing of the interior of the auditorium. The regents promoted A. B. Nys trom, instructor in dairying, to be as sistant professor of dairying and dairy husbandman for the experi ment station. Lee Allen Is this week putting a new floor in his hardware store. A large number of Pullmanites went to Moscow last Monday to hear Roosevelt. Wilford Allen and J. E. Nessly transacted business in Spokane Wed nesday. Mrs. F. S. Libby has been visiting her daughter. Miss Mayme Libby, in Spokane this week. John Cooper, a retired Franklin county farmer, has located in Pull man and will make his home with his daughter, Mrs. T. C. Martin. L. J. Polmeteer was called to Grangeville, Ida., Monday by the news of the serious illness of his mother, which resulted fatally before he arrived. President Bryan left Wednesday for his Riviera tract. He Is having a bungalow built and expects to spend a couple of months with his family there this summer. Ira E. Clark and Lou E. Wenham will represent the local lodge of Knights of Pythias at the session of the grand lodge which will be held In Seattle In the near future. The Pullman Historical club met Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Frank Barnard. Papers dealing with Mex ico were read by Mrs. A. B. Raker and Mrs. E. W. McCann. Revised telephone directories have this week been distributed to the patrons of the Pacific State Tele phone company in Whitman and La tah counties. The directories were printed at the Herald office. J. S. Lycan arrived with his family from Washtucna. Tuesday evening, to accept the position of bookkeeper for T. C. Martin. He was formerly in the employ of the Fidelity Nat ional bank of Spokane for three years. D. F. Westler, representing the , Hoover-Schiffner real estate com pany, of Spokane, agents for the Pas co reclamation project, was In Full man this week in the Interests of his company. Lilly best garden seeds and poul try supplies at Duthie's. Mar. 24tf. BASEBALL FANS LOOK CHEERFUL College Balltossers Hold Spokane In dians to a Tie. SWEITZER DOES GOOD WORK Tulley Sends Ball Over Bank Home Run for Us. W. S. C. took all the Spokane In dians had to offer and were still crying for more when the game was called because of the darkness In the first of the sixth. Fresh from a 12 to 8 victory over the U. of I. that 1 to 1 victory to which we held them certainly looks as though we were going to have some classy baseball team this season. Just to take away any luck which the Indians might have Sweitzer let them score one in the first on a long three-bagger, bringing their total score for the day to the unlucky 13. The next man up fanned, and Tulley started the batting for us. The first ball up Tulley sent over the bank for the first home run of the season. Sweitzer of W. S. C. showed up In first-class mid-season form, only al lowing two hits and granting one pass. Those six Indians who swung three time on the ball and then walked sadly to their bench haven't ueen able to figure It out yet. From Willis W. S. C. managed to secure a total of four hits. The line-up: Sweitzer v . . Willis Pitcher. Graham Hasty Catcher. Cribble Nordyke Ist base. Cave Cartwright 2nd base. Macelroy Netzel ,3rd base. Cooney Bradley Shortstop. Tulley Frisk Right field. Keinholz Zmmerman Left field. Knight Klppert Center field. Umpire—Thompson, W. S. C. For Sale. Six-room modern cottage at 701 State street. Connected with sewer For terms, etc., write Ira G. Allen Room 9, Federal Building, Seattle Wash. Go to Duthie's for Paints, Oils. Varnishes and Sunshine finishes for floor and furniture. Also standard wall finish. Duthie's for Lilly's seeds. Stallion Service Record BooKs Keep a complete record of your stallion's service and save trouble and expensive law suits I $1.50 per Book Sample Sheets Sent on Request.—Write Today. The Pacific Farmers Union PULLMAN, WASH. jj m*m**matmamaaaaaataaaaammamtm ____■ mmmi ■■__-___--____________h_________,i____bh_^^^^i^^hbbh_-I--W ■ - _ #^BtJ»s=__Ssß* *ammm*^*a9*> ,^sD*s=_33-f 4*~*&&*«^gtmi S^mm** o*** 1 Pullman State Bank : Pullman, Wash. Established in 1892. fe^&^&to S+J/p***^ V^J^^ - .- ' Officers and Directors R. C. McCroskey, President. J. W. Anderson. Jr.. Owhirr. J. b. KlemKard, Vice-President. Harold Davis, Ass't Cashier. h. Magtiire t, H. Folger Walter Davis C. A. White J. N. Scott Geo. 11. Watt Kmlm*** ' *hmemmvom^Kmmlio~ mm$ lT^SSj>aaJ> lam^M**^*- tt REPORT OF THE CONDITION At the Close of Business, March 7, 1911. RESOURCES I * LIABILITIES Loans and Discounts. . ..$248,843.89 I Stocks, Bonds and War- j Capital Stock $ 37,500.0* rants 4,329.70: Surplus and Undivided Banking House 16,436.001 Profits 11,Ol*-" Furniture and Fixtures.. 2.938.09 Dividends Unpaid...... 7t«» Real Estate 1,517.45 ' ■ ■ „ i-l Cash and due from banks 56,041.48 Deposltß ••• • • 280,916-" j $330,106.61 $330,10M |r s ffi #"^jtca_ s -^sra : r jtV^Ssmts^ml St m a m mm>lM^S* s^jtt^^ Pullman State Bank - Pullman, Wa*- S*AJmW^^ m*m^^WmSm^ m*a^ ■ - * , _ tts* '■■.fißvM. J DEEDS NOT WORDs7~^> Pullman People Have Absolute vA. of Deeds at Home. ' *'** It's not words but deeds that . true merit. " ■»•* The deeds of Doan's Kidney pi., 1 For Pullman kidney sufferers ' Have made their local reputation Proof lies in the testimony 0 f pi man people wh ohave been cured stay cured. to Airs. Frank Stephens, 506 Gr, street, Pullman, Wash., says: *} back ached severely and there w a > extreme lameness across my hiiag " was in misery all the time $£%£ not attend to my work properly th! contents of two boxes of boan' _ ft/ ney Pills relieved me and imp* my condition in every way. This re edy Is worthy of my hearty en<W ment." (Statement give,, Novem£ 25, 1907.) °" Lasting Results. On April 22, 1910, Mrs. Stephen was Interviewed and she said: '«j< benefit Doan's Kidney PUla brought me has been permanent. 1 still o ,j this remedy in high esteem and advise its use to other kidney sufferers" For sale by all dealersPrlc« |i cents. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffu« New York, sole agents for the Unlw States. Remember the name—Doaa'i_ and take no other. New stock of Wall Paper recced at Water's Furniture Store. The Potlatch Lumber Co. hu something out of the ordinary In «m values. Call them up feblt! 100 DOZEN PHOTOGRAPHS AI COST To introduce our new spring sty les in Photos we will make the above offer to the first 100 people having their pictures taken. Remember 10* only at the above price. ROBERT BURNS Leading Photographer. Go to Duthie's for your coal and wood. Prices always right. Feb. 17tf. J. P. Duthle Frank Stephens Pullman Transfer & Storage Co. Dealers In Brick, Lime, Cement and Sand. We make a specialty of moving household goods anil pianos. Call on us and give us a trial. Office. 907 Grand st. Mar. lltj.