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RECONSTRUCTION WORK Committees to Be Named to Look 'After Separate Phases of Big im provement Program With the adoption Tuesday of the report of the special committee ap pointed a the chamber of commerce to digest the reconstruction program undertaken by the chamber upon the suggestion of .1. N. Emerson, the various phases of the big program are distributed to different commit tees, and practically every member of the organization will leave ,i con crete part to take m the work under taken. The report of the special committee, which Included J. N. Em erson, L. B. Wenham and William Goodyear, provides tor tho disposi tion of each of the suggestions as follows. Celebration for returned soldiers and sailors -Special committee to be appointed to have the celebration in charge, the recommendation benlg made that the celebration bo de ferred until the bulk of tho men have returned, thus avoiding the necessity of several demonstrations. Monument for fallen heroes—To be referred to special committee. Job for every returned soldier and sailor— Referred to special commit tee. Man and family on every 320 acres of land—Referred to special com mittee, to include one. agricultural man, one business man and one pro fessional man. Corn and pea cultivation to replace summer fallowßeferred |to com mittee on agriculture. Road program —Referred to spe cial committee. Grist mill to produce flour and breakfast foods — Referred to special committee, Including F. M. Slagle, Prof. Geo. A. Olson and A. R. Metz. Adequate hotel building —Re- ferred to special committee. Park improvements—Referred to special committee, with instructions to co-operate with city and take steps toward the employment of a park caretaker for the summer months. Better cemeteries—Referred to a special committee to co-operate with the city in locating and improving a municipal cemetery. LACEY WILL HEAR KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS ■ : XV. A. Lacey, principal of the Pull man high school, was elected chan cellor commander of Evening Star lodge, No. 26, Knights of Pythias, as the business meeting which pre ceded the memorial service Monday evening. Other officers elected by the lodge are as follows: Vice Chancellor—J. W. Robinson. Prelate—Thos. Lukins. M. of W. — F. Oman. K. of R. & B.—Claude I. Stone. ' M. of F.—lra G. Allen. M. of E.—Roy A. Neill. M. of A.- Alva Swisher. Inner Guard— (',. A. Street. Outer Guard—G. F. Fairchild. Trustees—Ollis Pinkley and Karl P. Allen. A committee was appointed to make full arrangements for a K. of P. club room. The rooms and para phernalia of the former Pullman club will be taken over by the lodge. NO DELEGATES TO PASCO Although five delegates were named by the chamber of commerce Tuesday to represent the chamber at the Eastern Washington Good Roads meeting at Pasco, scheduled to be held yesterday and today, none of them will attend the meeting, due to various reasons, chief of which is the influenza situation throughout the state. Colfax is in a like predica ment, and none of her five delegates will make the trip, as is also the case with a number of other Inland Empire cities. The delegates named by the chamber were Representative elect Frank K. Sanger, County Food Administrator .1. N. Finer- Prof. O. L. Waller, George 11. Watt, and Dr. E. A. Archer. WOODMEN ENJOY DANCE The dance given last Tuesday evening by tho Woodmen of the World for their rubers and neigh bors who are here with the S. A. T. C. was enjoyed by * large crowd. For those who did not dance card tables were m de- available and were freely patronised. Refreshments were served late in the evening and all ex pressed themselves as having had a very enjoyable time. Next Tuesday will be a business meeting of the camp and as there are several applications to be acted upon it Is hoped that a large number will be present. INSURE WITH McCLASKEY BRIEF LOCAL NEWS j Hugh Hunt received a wire last night stating that his father, S. V. Hunt, had been seriously injured at Gooding, Idaho, but giving no further particulars. Mrs. S. V. Hunt left this morning for Gooding. Mrs. A. M. Troy is suffering from a badly sprained ankle, the result of a fall last Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. .m. M. Waters, former old time residents of Palouse, but now located In Montana, have been visiting their daughter, Mrs. A. Spuler. Mrs. .1. M. Haker of Colfax, who has been visiting her daughter, .Mrs. A. R. Metz, left Tuesday for Ceres, Cal., where she. will spend the v inter. W. 11. Miller went to Spokane Wednesday on business. Mrs. .1. O. Adams was called to Buhl, Idaho. Monday by the death of her brother. W. P. Paullus expects to leave in a tew d.tys for Southern California to spend the winter. Clyde! Hupp, formerly connected with the First National bank here and now assistant state bank exam iner, was In Pullman on business the first of the week, Mr. Hupp still re sides at Oakesdale, but his work takes him all over the state. Lieutenant and Mrs. George T. Mc- Mahon visited Pullman friends las! Friday. Lieutenant McMahon was on his way back to Camp Lewis after taking instruction on the proving grounds in New Jersey. As soon as he has been mustered out he expects to return to Pullman to reside. Harry Nash was called to Tacoma last Sunday by a telegram announc ing the death of his father. Mrs. E. A. Archer, who had been at Dayton nursing relatives who were suffering from Influenza, returned home last Saturday. Mrs. Dan Mcßae has gone to Salt Lake City, Utah, to take care of her daughter, Mrs. Howard Melville, who is down with influenza as well as other members of the family. Lester O'Day came over from Bremerton to spend Thanksgiving day at. home. The Union of Women for Com munity Service will hold a meeting in the .Masonic hall, over the First National bank, on Wednesday, De cember 11, at 2:30 p. m. There will be a social half hour, followed by an Interesting program. All women of the community are urged to be pres ent and mingle with their neighbors. INSURANCE Talk with DOWNEN LEWISTON .ENGINEER TO TALK F. S. Rice, a Lewiston engineer who has recently secured the water rights on the horseshoe bend In the Salmon river, will address the < ham ber of commerce next Tuesday on the possibilities tor developing power from that project. Mr. Rice comes to Pullhian upon the invitation of the chamber, and the address is cre ating much advance interest locally. UNION THANKSGIVING SERVICE The union Thanksgiving service drew an audience which taxed the Beating capacity of the M. E. church and all joined heartily in the exer cises. Short addresses were deliv ered by Win. Goodyear, President E. O. Holland and the Rev. W. A. Spalding, and Mrs. Herbal sang a beautiful solo. The offering amount ed to $108 and will he donated to the relief of the Armenians. INLAND EMPIRE DENTISTS A regular quarterly meeting of the Inland Empire Dental association was held in l'ullman last Monday. Members were present from Colfax, Tekoa. Garfield, Moscow, Idaho, and Lewiston, Idaho. The afternoon was devoted to cllnicc in the local dental offices and in the evening a banquet was served at the Maple. After the banquet a business session was held at which Dr. Gilbert of Lewistcn, Idaho, was elected president, Or Titll of Colfax, vice president, and Dr. Bentley of Garfield, secretary and treasurer. NAVAL COMMANDER SON OF PULLMAN LADY Commander W. K. Wortman of the "George Washington," which is carrying President Wilson and his party to the peace conference In France, is a son of Mrs. Mar) Wort man of this city and a brother of Mr-;. C. R. Sanders, with whom Mrs. rtman Is making her home. Com mander Wortman has been In the United States navy since he "as 10 years of age ami was in command ot a U. S. 6estroyer during the war. NEW GRAIN MAN Gilbert Stairet, formerly connect ed with the Northern Grain & Ware house Co. of Colfax, has accepted the agency for the same company at this place, succeeding William Chambers, who has removed to Portland. Mrs. E. N. Clark received a tele gram Tuesday morning that her sis ter and her sister's husband were critically ill with influenza at Mont rose, Colo. At noon another tele gram arrived announcing that the husband had died. Mrs. Clark left Tuesday evening to take care of her sister. Mis* Glenna Troy, who Is teaching at Newport, is suffering from an at tack of Influenza. I The thank offering of the Worn ; en's Missionary Society of the Unit ed Presbyterian church amounted to 108. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. McNamara of Oakland, Cal., on Thanksgiving day. Mrs. McNamara is a daughter of \. B. J. Gentry. Prof. C. A. Isaacs came home for Thanksgiving and spent a few days with his family. P. A. and 11. XV. Hodges made a business trip to Spokane last Mon day, returning home on Wednseday. Thomas Lukins of White's drug store went to St. John Monday in re sponse to an S. O. S. call from that village for a druggist to assist. in fighting the influenza epidemic, the St. John druggist being himself a victim of the disease. Mrs F. C. Forrest is recovering from an attack of influenza. The army Y. M. C. A. has asked permission of the city council to ex cavate a tunnel under Campus ave nue through which to carry heat for the now "V" building. The matter was referred to the street and high way committee. Max Severs, who has been em ployed this fall by W. 11. Pritchard, left this week for his home tit Mil waukee, Wis. Miss Ella Alexander, head of the domestic science department in the Yakima high school, is ill with in fluenza. ' . Mrs. F. M. Slagle spent a few days in Spokane this week. Coach "Doe" Bohler. has returned lo Pullman again to take up his work at the Washington State College. He had been at Princeton University, i where lie was qualifying as an in structor in military physical exer cises. Richard Valentine Ageton is the name of a brand new baby boy who was born to Captain and Mrs. Rich ard V. Ageton at Seaside, Ore. Capt. Ageton is now stationed at Clatsop, Wash. The lights committee of the city council is investigating the urgency of tho need for wo additional street lamps on North State street, one near the bridge and the other on Military hill. PROMIT INSURANCE SETTLEMENT Mrs. Chas. B. Miller has received $7014. 2 from the Downen Insur ance company, agents for the Hart ford Insurance company, as indem nity lor the accidental death of her husband, which occurred on Novem ber 20. The policy was for $7500 and the weekly indemnity and surg ical fees amounted to $114.28. The adjustment was made by George XV. Carey of San Francisco, Cal. NO MORE SURGICAL DRESSINGS A recent order from Red Cross headquarters in Washington, 1). C, authorized the discontinuance of surgical dressings work except that already out in chapters and branches. The allotment now on hand in the local branch must be shipped not later than December 11, finished or i unfinished. It will require a large i force of workers every afternoon, Saturday included, to gel this work finished. TEKOA WANTS NURSES An urgent call for nurses to help Tekoa combat the influenza epidemic was received Thursday by .Mayor William Swain from the mayor of Tekoa. Similar calls have come re cently from Almira and other affPc. ed communities, but there is a dearth of nurses both trained and practric al. locally, nearly all of those who . assisted during the epidemic here , having left the city. A few case.-} of influenza are developing in Pullman from day to day, but the situation :'s not "OKfldered alarming at this Line. i . MEMORIAL SERVICE Memorial services in honor of Sgt. Frank .1. llamelius will be held Bun , day morning, December 8, at the ; M. E. church. All members of F. & a M. and O. E. S. are requested to meet at their hall at 10:00 a. ra. FRED C. DENSOW, W.M. Family washings, no Ironing: called for and delivered. Call at 207 5 Jackson St. dec 6-20 i 'I Cauliflower for Saturday at San ders Grocery. Phone 39. .!.•.-<; NO MORE CLASSES FOR S.A.T.C. UNITS Class Work Discontinued While De mobilization Ij* Under Way— Iteguhir College Classes as Usual To preclude the possibility of Mi- Other serious outbreak of Spanish In fluenza or other disease among the 1200 men of the State College S. A. T. 0., orders were issued Wednesday closing down class work for the mil itary men for the remainder of the period of training. At the same time the men of the military units were forbidden to attend public gatherings or theatres, although they will other wise continue to enjoy the freedom of the city. While the new cases of influenza are very few and the situa tion is not alarming, the measure was adopted as a means of insuring the continued good health of the S. A. T. ('. men while the demobiliza tion of the corps is being effected. The orders do not affect in any manner the 500 or more regular stu dents, including tho girls and non military students, who will continue their class work under the same pre cautions which have been exercised since the ban was lifted two weeks ago. All of these students who show symptoms of illness are at once seg regated and their cases watched care fully for developments. There are but four or five patients in the col lege hospital at the present time. The work incidental to mustering out the military men has been de layed by the non-arrival of discharge blanks, but started yesterday. No man will be discharged unless phys ically as fit as when he enlisted. INSURE WITH McCLASKEY. WINS JUNIOR RIFLE CORPS MEDAL Charles Carpenter of this city, with a score of 212, has been award ed the marksman medal and diploma offered by the Winchester Junior Rifle Corps, a recently formed na tional organization to promote shoot ing among the boys and girls in America. Marksman and sharpshooter med als are offered by the Winchester Junior Rifle Corps to any hoy or gi not over 1 8 years of age. A score of li out of a possible 25 on ouch of 10 targets wins the marksman me a' , and a score of 24 out of a possible 2.7 on each of 1.7 targets wins the sharpshooter medal. The targets must be shot on «. 50-foot range. Lee Allen has been appointed lo cal representative of the corps and any boy or girl may register at his store and secure membership certifi cates., official button and targets. PULLMAN BRANCH OF COLLEGIATE ALUMNAE ' The Pullman branch of the Asso ciation of Collegiate Alumnae had its first meeting on last Saturday, It was preceded by a luncheon served by the women of the Presbyterian church. This was followed by toasts, Mrs. Kruegel, the president, acting as toastmistress. She introduced the officers in turn and each one respond ed happily. Mrs. G. C. Robinson, vice president; Mrs. Margaret Boyle, secretary; Miss Leila Hunt, treasur er; Dean White, councillor; Miss Barbara Drum, chairman of program committee; Miss Bean and Mrs. Car penter, members of the finance com mittee. Dr. Alida Degeler was elect ed chairman of the membership com mittee in place of Mrs. Isabel Mur dock, who has gone to France. Several important matters were considered, among them that the branch endeavor to have the scope of government employment agencies in clude all vocations for women; also that a committee be appointed to aid in the entertainment of women who come for Housekeepers' Week and the short course. Mrs. Thayer read a clever original poem. Those present and their col leges are as follows: Misses Craig, Sutherland and Strickland, Colum bia; Mrs. G. C. Robinson, Smith; Mrs. Brewster, Oberlin; Miss Lonns bury, Michigan; Mrs. Kruegel, Indi ana; Dean White, Dr. Degeler, Miss Boyle, Wisconsin: Dr. Aase, Chicago; Mrs. Fulmer, Mrs. Thayer, Miss Green, Nebraska; Miss Carlson and Miss Griffith. Washington; Miss Gar rettH, California; Mrs. Lester Folger. Mrs. Hlx, Mrs. Durham, Mrs. Bar nard, Misses Barnes, Jarron. Holmes, Keyes, Miner, Drum, Hunt, Jlean, Inerson, \V. S. C. New Eastern Dill Pickles just re ceived. They are fine. Sanders Grocery. dec 6 FOUND—Pocketbook and foun tain pen. Sanders Grocery. dec 6 HI A Most Attractive Combination Bof taste, and color in strength and color in • ■■■ ■- -' ' ■ A»k"ZT' Coffee \. k your , "5 — ™ c Cream oUllCofc, J£ The Cream of AU Coff* " ""'* . 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