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DR. MATTHEW J. BEISTF.L
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Pullman, Wash.
Office and General Practice
and Surgery
A-Kay Pictures of Any Part of
the Body
Private Hospital for Medical
•nd Surgical Cases
Special Treatment for Eye,
Ear, Nose and Throat
Glasses Properly Fitted
LOCALS
Win. Rusch, „ graduate of W. S. c.
in the class of '15 and now teaching
agriculture in the high school at
Eatonville, Pierce county, arrived
yesterday to spend a week with his
Kappa Sigma frat brothers.
Prof, and Mrs. C. A. Isaacs are re
joicing over the birth of a little
daughter, Doris May, who arrived
Wednesday night to gladden their
home.
The Whitman county convention
of the Farmers Union will be held
today with the? Pullman local.
Mrs. W. <;. Need ham gave a sleigh
ride and supper last Friday evening
in honor of her husband's birthday.
The guests were the Rev. .1. O. Rob
inson. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Forres'.
Mr. and Mis. E. W. Thorpe. Mr. and
Mrs. F. K. Sanger, Mr. and Mrs. R.
C. Holt. Mr. and Mrs. M. .1. Chap":
man, Mr. and Mrs. I). F. Staley. Mr.
and Mrs. F. 0. Brownson, .1. R.
Stephenson and Mrs. C. G. Hayden of
Portland, Ore. The party drove out
to the country home of A. F. Olson,
where a sumptuous supper was
served.
The Woodmen of the World Wed
nesday evening had another of their
big social affairs. A large crowd of
Woodmen and their lady friends were
present to < njoy the cards and danc
ing and to partake of a generous
oyster supper.
George; Rider, son of Ira Bader,
returned to Pullman yesterday yes
terday from Cottonwood. Idaho.
where he had the misfortune to break
his leg.
Louis Hall. Clark Nye, Harry
Oman. Samuel Hooper, Lee Wen
ham, W. Myers, A. D. O'Kelly, and
Mack Reid went down to Albion by
sled Wednesday evening to attend a
meeting and supper of the Albion
Knights of Pythias.
Ceorgo Olson, chemist at the
Slate experiment station, celebrated
a birthday last .Monday evening by
inviting a tew friends to a party.
Cards, checkers and delicious refresh
ments made the occasion a delightful
one.
Honic^e
Holida\<sj#^
P^Kfe^ LOW ROUND-TRIP FARES
V |i \»»^\^jr™r BETWEEN ALL POINTS IN
V*___]^ OREGON-WASHINGTON-IDAHO
"^ on sale December 21-25, lieited to January 3, by
UNION PACIFIC SYSTEM
OREGON-WASHINGTON RAILROAD & NAVIGATION CO.
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I'ullma^WMHl,. l>lstrlct Freight and I»asHon K er Agent
i-uin.,*,,. w-sh. "is,ritt ***■ anU hw *' *<■«■•
S|M>ki»ue, Ursli.
Ira Nye anil Win. Goodyear attend
ed the state convention of the Funn
els Union at Spokane this week.
The many Pullman friends of Re
gent H. C. McCroskey of Garfield
will he grieved to learn that he is
confined in v hospital in Spokane.
His eyesight has been failing rapidly
and in- is being treated by eye spe
cialists.
i. 11 Gooding, the college florist,
is rapidly recovering from an opera
tion performed last week at St.
Luke's hospital In Spokane.
The Rev. J. \V. Caughlan will
speak to the Pullman .Mothers club
Tuesday, December 19, at Kimball's
hall, beginning at ■',: 00 p. m.
A. R. McClaskey and Hugh V. Hunt
ere added to tin- membership of
tin* chamber of commerce at the
Tuesday meeting.
Requests from the Lewlston com
mercial club for resolutions by the
Pullman club opposing the proposed
Inauguration of an annual live stock
show at Spokane have been referred
to the trustees. It is Improbable
that action will he taken.
George McCrOskcj was a Colfax
visitor the first of the week.
li C. Dow transacted business at
the county seat this week.
PIANO RKCITAIi Al HIGH SCHOOL
Miss Frances Yoiint of Miss
Vomit's Piano Forte School at Clark
ston, and Miss Marg'ed Edith Jones
of the piano department of the Lew
lston state Normal School gave a very
artistic recital at the auditorium of
the Pullman high school Monday
morning, December 11.
Miss Yount was especially happy
in her Macdowel] numbers, which in- l
eluded "To a Water Lily." "In Au
tumn" and as an encore number,
"Novellette." Her other number,
d'Albert's Gavotte, was played with
wonderful understanding of the var
ious motives Involved and with fin
ished technic.
Miss Jones showed Hie breadth of
her musical training in her program. I
Her first number was Raclimanin
noff's prelude in ,<" sharp minor,
played with perfect mastery of technic
and with real fervor. The lighter
Arabesque of Meyer-Helund followed
and was played with delicacy and fine
style. Then followed "Wedding Day
at Troldhaugen," by Greig
For our Christinas trade we will
have a large assortment of fresh
green vegetables of our usual high
standard of quality. We advise plac
ing your order as early in the week
as possible. Phone .'l9.
dee.ls c. R. SANDERS. CO.
Miss .Miner lies on sale at her
studio Christmas gifts of decorated
china, pictures!) and photographs.
janls-22 |
THE SCARLET FEVER SITUATION
As there have been a number of re
ports circulating as to the scarlet
fever in our city, the health officer of
Pullman wishes to make this state*
TIK lit
To date there are six cases of this
disease, two of which are at the col
i lege pest house, and four in the city
of Pullman.
Two cases are from one of the
schools, the other two are not con
! nected with our schools. The health
i officer has seen to it that the schools
have been fumigated, and is doing
everything in his power to control
', the disease, and I wish that all par
ents would co-operate with me in
securing the strictest guard of your
children. Do not let them attend the
theatres or Sunday schools while \><>
are having this disease in our city.
I wish to make Hie statement, as
I there have been reports circulated as
to the college hospital: There was a
case broken out in the hospital. We
. Immediately closed the place and
I fumigated it and the hospital will be
open for business within two days.
I There is no case of scarlet fever at
the S. A. E. house but, as the hos
pital, it has been (dosed and the boys
are to lie In for a couple of days un
til the house is properly fumigated.
I wish to take this opportunity to
1 »
.thank the patrons and teaching force
of the schools in their help to st'inr,)
'out this disease, also the S. A. F.
hoys in their co-operation in getting
tilings (leaned up.
Sincerely yours.
E. T. PATEE, M. D.
BASKET BALL GAME
' AT HIGH SCHOOL
1 The initial basket hall game of the
season for Hie Pullman high school
will be played this (Friday) even
ling in the local gymnasium, when
Coach Savage's quintet will meet the
, Colton five. A good deal of inter-
Jest is being taken in the game, due
I to the fact that Colton comes with a
j big, fast team in prime condition,
I while the local boys have turned out
I during the last two weeks only. The
showing that Pullman makes Friday
evening will give a line on its
chances in the race for the county
championship. Those who will start
the game for Pullman are:
Center —VanVoris.
Guards Mclver and Kampen.
Forwards Nash and Douglas.
j Subs —Burgess, Carpenter, Robln
| son and Handel.
j The team is not at its full
; strength as yet, owing to the fact
| that Dressier and .Miller, last year's
■ speedy forwards, are out of the game
jon account of grades.
.
Beautiful gifts at low prices. Call
on F. L. Pall, jeweler and optician.
Idi els
ZIMMERMAN TO CAPTAIN
1917 FOOTBALL TRAM
Unanimously Chosen at Banquet
Given Men by Coach Diet/.
Clarence A. Zimmerman, member
of Hie class of 1918 and three-year,
letter man in football, was unani
mously elected captain of the 1017
football team at a meeting of the '16
w men Monday evening. The elec
tion was held during the progress of
Coach Diets'* football banquet at the
Graystone Inn. where he feasted 34
squad members and football enthusi
asts.
The occasion of the banquet was
the fulfillment of a promise made by
Coach Diets before the Whitman
game, when lie promised a "feed"
should the score of the University
against Whitman he bettered. In his
speech the coach made no allusion to
the possibility of another year at W.
S. C, but members of the team con
voyed (he idea that the poor showing
of the team was not the fault of the
coach.
COLFAX FIRM FOR
THE STATE COLLEGE
That Colfax is firm in her support
of the State College and deeply in
terested in tile welfare of the big in
stitution Is evidenced by the stand
recently taken by the Colfax Com
mercial Club. The Pullman Cham
ber of Commerce this week received
a copy of the resolution passed
unanimously by the Colfax organiza
tion upon its presentation by Judge
Thos. Neill, in which support for the
State College is pledged, and in his
Utter accompanying the resolution
H. M. Love, secretary of Hie Colfax
club, said:
"I want to assure you that our
club and the citizens of Colfax and
vicinity are in hearty sympathy with
the State College and stand ready at
all times to do everything in on:'
power for the upbuilding of the insti
tution. If we can render you any
assistance in any way at any time in
this regard, we will be pleased to
do so."
The resolution, which lias been the
cause of much favorable comment by
the citizens of Pullman, was pub
lished by The Herald last week.
1 CHURCHES I
UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Dr. W. A. Spalding, minister.
Sabbath services. Public worship at
1 1 :00 a. in. and 7:30 p. m. Bible
school at in:. a. in.; Y. P. S. C. 10.
at tj; 10 p. m. Dr. Spalding will
speak in the morning on the theme
of "Why Man Needs Religion." Per
sons who have never considered
themselves particularly in need of the
religion of Christ are especially in
vited. Evening subject "A Prime
Requisite for Success in Life."
CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Clark S. Thomas, minister, will
preach Sunday morning on the sub
ject, "Getting Ready for Christmas."
Evening service at 7:30. C. E. so
ciety meets at 6:30. Sunday school
at 9:50.
PULLMAN BAPTIST CHURCH
E. L. Powlesland of Spokane will
preach from the following subjects
on Sunday. December 17. At 11:00
a. in., "Cod's Unspeakable Gift." At
7:30 p. m., "A Vital Question.'' Text,
"What Think Ye of Christ?" A cor
dial invitation extended to all.
PULLMAN BAPTIST CHURCH
Sabbath School every Lord's Day
at 10:00 a. in. Preaching services
at 11:00 a. m. and at 7:30 p. m.
Prayer meeting and praise service
every Thursday at 7:30 p. in. We
welcome you to all of those services.
EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN
Church at 1007 State street. The
Rev. I*. .1. Randolph, B. I)., pastor.
Sunday school at 10:00 a. m. Eng
lish service at 11:00 a. m. German
service at 3:00 p. m. it the Presby
terian church. Special music and
singing by the German department of
the State College. You are cordially
invited.
ST. JAMES EPISCOPAL CHURCH
The Rev. J. G. Robinson. Sunday
school and Bible classes at '.i : 1." a. m.
Morning service at 11:00. All wel
come.
The children's Christmas festival
will be on Christmas Eve. Sunday,
December 24, at 4:00 p. m. Carols
and the first Christmas scenes.
Next Sunday morning at the Fed
erated churches the pastor will speak
on "Applied Christianity." The choir
will render several numbers from the
Christmas cantata, "Light of Life,"
by Ashford. Hour of service 11:00
o'clock. In the evening at 6:30, Pro
fessor Lehman will speak on "An Ap
preciation of the Bible," and give a
number of readings from the Bible.
Everyone Invited to all services.
BASKET SOCIAL, TREE
AND PROGRAM
There will be a program, tree and
basket social by the pupils of Yeo
District. No. 52, at Hie school house,
Thursday. December 21, 1916, at
7:30 p. m. The proceeds will be de
voted to the library fund.
Miss Mayellen Plasket,
Teacher.
If you are looking for Christmas
gifts inspect F. L. Hall's jewelry
stock. dec 16
A special Christinas dinner will be
served at the Palace hotel between
12:30 and 2:30. Price $1. Kindly
make your reservations before Fri
day, December 22. dec 15-22
WANTED— Food, clothing, toys,
to be left at the Chamber of Com?
mf-'ece building for the Social Wei
fare league.
Phone the V. M. C. A. now and
secure thai man to help with the e\
tiu work during the Christinas holi
days. Plan to catch up with your
work with Hie help of college men.
I aimers, clerks, dairymen, kitchen
help, confectioners, Postal Clerks;
florists, auto repair men, typists,
waiters, carpenters, musicians, ensh
ii is, anil janitors will be available
from December i!i! to January 2.
dally.. Phone -j.-toi from H-.iU) a. m,
to 1:00 p. m.
Oranges are cheaper. We bought
a good supply and can make a good
price to Sunday school and churches.
Phone 39.
'lee 15 C. R. SANDERS CO.
TELEPHONES
Tin: following tinmen have been added since the issue of the
Inst directory. Please note thai this list includes some changes
in numbers. Kindly clip and paste in your directory,
A
M 285 Anderson, Emma, nurse Farm
2893 Ashbrook, R. W 1704 Opal St.
88 Auto Transfer Co Alder St
B
3562 Brammer, 0. M . .1308 Maiden bane
M 1(1X2 Boyd, Win . .Residence, Farm
1294 Bryan, K. II End of High St.
M2I X linker. Lilian Residence, Farm
C
Albion 11 Callaway. .1 Residence, Farm
2403 Childers, (i. F
3512 Calvert. L. E ......'..' 604 Morton St.
1772 Conrad, Ceo 206 Jackson St
E
1672 Emerson Mercantile) Co. Office
3521 Evergreen W. S. c.. Brvan Hall
F
2151 Fordyee, Mrs. L. A 409 Howard St.
85 Forrest, F. <" 311 Montgomery
G
358 Greenawalt, W. L 1112 Maiden bane
2654 Goaerud, 0.0 208 Side St.
2513 Gentry, G. C 22:1 Cleveland
H
1243 Hammond, O. A., (transfer) E. Main
100 Harrold, Dr. R. W Emerson Bldg.
3232 Hazen & Hartley Russell Bldg.
1917 Ilinehliff, C. A 513 Jackson St.
1373R Hungate, F 315 W. Main.
I
1894 Irwin, F. M 511 Jackson
J '0
M7XS Jacobson, S. A Farm
1732 Jenkins, O. P . 1902 Monroe
1133 Jamison. C. F Residence. North Grand
X
158 Kyle, C. E 800 State St.
M FIX Kinder, S. .1 Residence, Farm
3482 Knapp, J. L 1201 State St.
L
303R Langford, X Residence, 601 Maiden bane
2611 Laird, Wm Residence, 1205 Star Route
3082 Lyons, Thos Star Route St.
M
M25X2 Mansfield, .1. II Residence, Farm
MI2X2 Mael, L. E Residence, Farm
3673 McCroskey, *Floyd T 700 Pine St.
1754 Morse, Mrs. Maxine 708 Church St.
3 Manring's Corner Drug" Store
N
1871 Neville, F. G 608 Maiden Lane
27 Northwest Sanitarium (Dr. M.J. Beistcl) Grand St.
0
1904 o'Kelly, A. D 201 Whitman St.
3493 Ostermnri, ('apt. F. J 1902 Monroe St.
P . "■*
3454 Paige, P. S Residence, Dilke
100 Patee, Dr. F. T Office, Emerson Bldg.
1454R Pope, Mrs. K. O 0.-W. R. &N. Tracks
M27X4 Pritehard. W. II Residence, Farm.
200 Pearson, F , 509 Grand hi-
R '^^j
M 394 Renne, L. 0 College St*
S
335 Shaw, C. L Residence. 102 Whitman
1754 Stephens. Mrs. W. II 514 Morton »
161 1 Spalding, Rev. W. A !... .403 Montgomery
M 63 Stephenson, W r ; • VS
1471 Snyder, J. E 102 Cleveland
1752 Swain. Win 305 W. Mam;
3123 Tapp, Mrs. W. II McGee Flats
285 Tower, Edw Barber Shop. 811 Alder.
M2.-.X Tower, G. M Residence,* ar"C
292:! Tower, Bdw Residence. 1301 Kami**?®;
M29X5 v.,-iie,. an V ..Pullman
.»i-.i.\.i \alne i \ 1 1. (i m/irv
1482 Vanßruggen, J. .1 Residence, 303 Montgomery
2944 Whitlow. M. W. ,W l6o7OpvJm
M 304 Wilson, II L ...... Residence, * »r^.
RICKETTS SELLS ~~~~~
JEWELRY STOItK
Finn ~" "
F. L. Ball, recently from x or(h
Yakima, this week purchased J
jewelry store (owned by \ V p. J
Ricketts & Son and took charge It
the establishment Wednesday T h
new proprietor is a graduate from
the Mccormick Medical School cm
cago, and will make a feature of .7
optica, business. He is a young «£
of pleasing personality and will 2
a welcome addition to Pllll "
citizenship. '8
pi Home made fruit cake, plum pud .
ding, mi,,,, pies, swan', angelfoo d
ballygreen, mince meat, nuts, of al '
kinds, Christmas candies. \ Ve ad
vise placing your order early l„ th "
week as possible. Phone 39
declß , C. R. SANDERS CO.
Miss .Miner has on sale at her
studio Christmas gifts of decorate
china, pictures, and photographs
jan 15-22
The Nook will in the near future
move into the room now occupied by
Lee Allen's hardware store, as F 1
Hall will need more space for his
stock of jewelry and the optical par
lors which lie will install.
The Historical club met Tuesday
at the home of Mrs. H. M. Styles.
Mrs. Goodyear read a paper on
"Uganda" and Miss Leona Doerr
anng a solo.
P. 1.. Ball ecu supply the Xmas
gifts you want. Read his advertise
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