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Pullman herald. [volume] (Pullman, W.T. [Wash.]) 1888-1989, January 22, 1915, Image 3

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Jus! look at this pidure and think.
Then you will deposit money REGULARLY in our bank.
Make OUit bank VOL i: bank
We pay lour per cent interest.
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SjitfoOODYBAR, Lessee. KARL P. ALLEN, Editor,
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Pullman, Wash., Friday, January 22, 1915
THE RIGHT ANSWER
The legislature has given the right
! answer, at the right time and in the
answer, at the right time and in the
right way to the people in this state
{who are not willing to abide by the
expressed will of the majority. Here
'it the answer:
"Resolved by the senate and house
ol representatives of the state of
Washington, that this legislature
.will not at this session consider tiny
bill providing for the calling of any
special election for the purpose of
submitting Initiative measure num
ber 18 or any bill in connection
I therewith."
The resolution was opposed by Sen
ator Sharpstein of Walla Walla. But
six votes were cast against the reso
lution in the senate and but one In
the house.
At the last election the people of
Washington initiated a measure pro
hibiting the manufacture and sale of
Intoxicating liquor in this state,
regulating" the methods by which it
tt" be shipped into the state.
■«« providing thai the law shall be
'"force and effect alter January I,
1-16. The law was submitted to a
vote ° the qualified electors and
*»« adopted by a decisive majority.
I'll'" majority was not confined to
m Particular portion of the state,
for the bill carried in nearly every
.J>«»ty. The verdict was not ren
dered hastily, but after a full and
iW discussion Of the merits of the
ES" extending over several
Months.
I The vote was such a clear and em
]■•* expression o. the will of the
2n\ that the "< IUOr '"Areata
ZTt SVe aCCept,:<l „as '»»■>• „„,
oa J," 0818 die "'"'< •*»" resort
oonS "^ °f methods to w'»" No
sooner wa« n,
than they t c *'"*"" announced
.rcurnv^ ? iU' t0 n,akC I,,ai,S l°
People th ex"rcssert *■" 0f '""
the \«'„ . , '"' !'""'';"'''' and secured
iniiT; iSU' "Umber '" Bignatures
the .-«♦ breweries ''«» operate in
mor e r *Md that hotel «with 50 or
Patrol OSV?- :" „quor *" their
having h« nder the law - -his bill
iat «r8 witeh n f r esented to the iegis
signatnri ' m l"'«'t« number of
a Ctl oT U ;° " »*»-«•* *
■-lection m v Pt' oPle at the regular
the -„!,-, " Noveml >er, 1816. But
gt BBf Prescrlb <-*- by law was
tne Z1 ? ry to the B"°n«ors °*
have. m ' o i, ' knew that jt would
m Sa ame at a regu,ar elec
kibltlo'i h '"onths after the pro"
. heir ***** been ln operation.
feature tft eniV VaS to ,nd"cc «he >eK
ZV^T, mitit&t*^eclnlelel
°- -Ci!, heI*1 next year ' in A»&UBt
Wr ? Pr- " "«*to. •>»<>.> the
They fe?" "be to° "'->• to vote.
•"teat! red ' and *■■•■* that the
!*henh P M fi"P"i:" e,ectlon ' ° matter
tots emt'J° m be lighter than the
th« ItehtaV -v regular election, and
wSSR?! vote the better the
mor their measure. it was a
shrewd scheme, shrewdl} planned,
but
"The best-laid schemes o' ice an'
men
Gang alt. a-gley.'
The members nt the legislature
understand, as the liquor Interests
do nol. tin' sentiment of the people
and the danger of opposing this
sentiment; they realize that their
constituents are in no mood to tol
erate Ihe expense of a special elec
tion called lor the purpose of at
tempting to evade and thwart the
expressed mandate of the majority.
They have given their answer
promptly, clearly and emphatically
and are to he congratulated on this
e\ idem oi fairness and good judg
ment, a
WM. GOODYEAR
HAT I III: FARMERS THINK
be farmers re be men most
vitally interested In the work of ag
ricultural colleges because their sons
and daughters attend these colleges!
flip' farmers of this stale are far
more competent judges as to hat
instruction their children should re
ceive than are the residents of Se
attle and Tacoma, most ol whom
send their children to the State Uni
versity, or are the faculty of the
University, who have a selfish inter
est in building up thai institution
and eliminating an} possible rivals.
These city residents and university
professors are woefully ignorant as
to what courses of study are essen
tial for the liberal and practical edu
cation of the industrial classes, and
their opinions at to the curriculum
and work of the Agricultural College
and School of Science, should have
lilt weight as compared to the
opinion of the farmers, who know
whereof they speak.
What the farmers thin It about the
work of the State College of Wash
ington is well expressed in the fol
lowing resolution which was adopt
ed at the ini<l-winter mass meeting
of the Farmers Union of this state,
held in Spokane last week:
Whereas, There appears to be agi
tation among certain Interests in the
state against so-called duplication of
subjects taught in the two higher
state educational institutions; and
Whereas, it appears from a care
ful study of the enabling act pro
viding for the admission of the state
Into the Union, and from the law es
tablishing the State College, that the
development of that institution of
learning In the past, and the subjects
taught therein have been and are
provided for by both national and
state governments; and
Whereas, The distance from our
part of the state to the university is
so great that It would be unwise, un
fair, anil unjust, to the population of
the eastern part of our common
wealth to reduce the State College
from an "Agricultural College and
School of Science." to an institution
of purely an agricultural /character,
therefore bo it
Resolved, That wo do hereby
most emphatically protest against
any legislation thai will inter
fere with the s,.Undid plan o»
which Hi.. State College has been so
successfully developed, and for which
such maKuiflt'ent facilities and build
! ings have been provided.
Tins tesolution carries «eight be*
cause, it expresses the opinion ..I the
farnierH who know I ies I whal eduea
'■•■nal advantages are required to
pippare their ms unci daughters for
1-■ *" Improved rural life which all
asi'ce is absolutely necessary to i 1)11
--sei ye the wellfare of the nation It
merits th.. careful consideration of
'hi' members of the legislature who
may he required to settle the so
■alled duplication of studies at the
state. Ci.ii.-u.. and State University.
WM. COOIiYKAI'.
A Si .i.iMiny
It I'•' - probably occurred to every
one thai Pullman is behind many
Place- In that ii has no accommoda
tions '"i the > I'tiii.. ii,.-i if Lite city.
We have no public library, and no
social Quarters such a- a V. M C A.
would provide. The need for some
such social work is undoubtedly very
great. And with the conviction of
that need a number of men ha* i re
cently interested themselves in try
ing to meet the problem. It ha. been
thought thai the work might very
well be of the nature of i Junior
Chamber of Commerce. Social and
recreational quarters would have to
!"- provided, and plans ma le for the
permanency of the work.
Although no definite plans are
ready to present as yet, those who
have been interesting themselves In
the question hope thai all the citi
zens of Pullman will get behind the
movement, and stand read} to assist
in an} and every way that may seem
feasible for the working out "'" the
problem. Here Is something that Is
eminent!} worth while. Our people
have never yet failed to support a
work thai possessed merit, ami they
can surely be counted upon at 'his
time and in this worthy cause.
C. H. HARRISON
ATTRACTIONS AT Till: STAR
Mr. Wallace Howarth, violinist,
has been engaged hy Manager K. F.
Emmies to appear for four weeks at
the Star theater. Mr. Howarth will
offer popular and classical violin se-
lections on Mondays, Tuesdays,
Wednesdays and Thursdays, and will
be pleased to render an* selection
hal the pal rons of he st.l theater
may request.
On Friday the firsl installment of
"Zudora," the new Thanhoiiser ser
ial, the successor to the "Million
Dollar Mystery," will be shown. This
serial is a radical departure from
the usual serial, each number being
a complete story or the solution of
a mystery. Many new scientific '■
methods are introduced in the solu- 1
lon of the tangled problems con
fronting Zudora! the mysterious.
COL. L. STROBEL and N. W. CAIRNS
Auctioneers!
FARM SALES A SPECIALTY
Satisfaction Guaranteed
Try all other auctioneers first, if they let you down, try us.
We will hold you up. For sale dates call at this office.
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1 Owing to the increased cost of |
| flour we have been obliged to 1
| increase slightly our prices on |
1 bread. The price of single loaves §
| will remain the same, five and 1
| ten cents, but no reduction will |
1 be made on three and six loaves. _\
| TSe MODEL BAKERY (
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I DOWN IT" GOES! 1
jj Price of Wood lowered 50c a Cord ij
]» GOOD HAND-PICKED HI-INCH WELL SEASON!'!) HEAVY l!
l! BLAB WOOD NOW ONLY $3.73 A CORD AT OUR LUMHEH AND ',
S FUEL YARD. NOTHING IN THE WOOD LINK WILL GIVE vol Jl
Jl AS MUCH REAL VALUE FOR As LITTLE MONEY. l]
ij FOB ONLY $3.00 A CORD WE WILL BELL vol A STRAIGHT <[
'J CAR OF GREEN 10-INCH BLAB Wood, ik YOU ARE INTER- ji
Jl ESTER CALL AT THE OFFICE OR WRITE ABOUT IT. ,'
!j H. D. MacVEAN, Manager j!
J[ Telephone 1 Pullman Yard, Lumber and Fuel <]
sitYTii;i CHI IU II
Bar* .. next Sunday both morn-
ng and evening at the Presbyterian ;
•hureh. in the morning ti..' pastor
ivill apeak on th,. stibj~i t. '•Funda
mentals." and In the evmni* Iris
topic Kill he ".Weights and Meas
ires —Standards "
STRAYED - Prom the Mrs. .l.nU
Koppel plitce, W'ednesil.iv night;
four hogs, weight about I l«1 pounds
•ac'n.
Lame hack may come rrom over*!
work, cold settled In the muscles of I
the hack, or from disease. In ihe
two former cases he righl remedy is
BALLARD'S SNOW UN'IMKXT. It
should he rubbed In thoroughly over ■
the affected pari, the relief will be \
prompt ami satisfactory. Price 25ei
".He. iitnl $1,00 per bottle. Sold by
Watt's Pharmacy. Jan ;
POMEROY
j Mill Feeds
The famous M. ||, Hoii-ter Kinds
Alt' Sold lix
I J. P. Duthie
i
and
G. A. McDonald
I'm- mi) information concerning
the I'oniero- Mill Cecils apply at the
local Houser agency in the lletin n
block.
JOHN SPIRES
Farm Lands
City Property
Mortgage
Loans
Wart Iron Block
"SHORE ACRES"
The first showing In this city ol All Star Feature Corpora
tion's photo play, "Shore Acres,!' will be .it,
THEATRE
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
January 22d and 23d
This stirring and thrilling five-reel film is, of course, based
upon the classic by the late James A. Heme, of the same
name, The scenario was written by Louis Reeves Harrison,
whose judgment as to film values is of the best. Augustus
Thomas, the playwright is the producer of the All-Star feat
ure Corporation This fact guarantees the scenic and dra
matic values of "Shore Acres." were any guarantee needed.
"SHORE ACRES"
is interpreted by a cast of Broadway favorites. Among
them are: Charles A. Stevenson, William Riley Hatch, Vio
let Homer, Conway Tearle, E. J. Connelly, Harry Knowles,
Gladys Fairbanks, and many others.
Talented as these players are, they had an advantage not
often given to the player of film drama. They acted before
the camera in the scenes which the manuscript of the orig
inal Heme play described, on the Coast of Maine.
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"SHORE ACRES"
Is the Fourth Release of the Alco Program
— ,
Admission 10 and 15 cents
I-...1 , -
\ Corset Fittings
in
| Moving Pidures
; ~l
Special Matinee for Ladies Only
am !_,. d
fl W\ W
J) Star Theatre
J ff" "' .y MONDAY \i Ti:ii\oo\,
f&jTx February 8
J i **-*f* ,i***Wj liegiu planning now to attend this
'/•■■ / lYnn! 111 l matinee, Tiie film shown has one
/ S I i\"l IVA of the cleverest stories produced l>.v
— _yS SI'I ll\\ ■'"' '''**".v I'll"' Co. of Chicago.
||| lit The title is "Hot* Marjorle Won a
11 111 ' Career." The story was written li.v
v. 1 i'lll j a leal lire writer for the T-'ssanay
l\M|l|/1 / company ami pint of the film shows
I*2 n I an Interior of their simlio. The
)&%£? -'■A& l' 1""' *',a- will interest you most,
'/.'■ ■--Jn however, is the actual fitting of
\f\ GOSSARD
h■ fl Corsets on
*-* Living Figures
Yon can see just how many different
types of figures are transformed into
beautiful figures through the correct
fitting of a Goaaard Comet. Every
figure type shown in the film can be
correctly fitted .it this store.
Complimentary passes will be is
sued pj us and you can obtain as
many as you like for yourself and
your friends by calling at our Corset
Department. The demand for seats
will in- heavy, and even though we
have engaged the tSar theater for
the entire afternoon, we know that
some women will he disappointed.
Call and get your tickets today.
. Emerson" Mercantile Go. ■ ■

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