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Description: Washington State News. MOORE, PALMER, YOUNG, WELLS, LANKFORD, CRAWFORD, WILLIS, GALBREATHDate: June 4 1903
Newspaper published in: Aberdeen, WA
A Rebekah degree of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows has been organized at Satsop.
An anti-saloon league is being formed at Waterville and is said to be receiving many members.
Ed. MOORE, a lineman employed by the Seattle Electric Company, was killed Monday afternoon by an electric shock. He was at the top of one of the poles.
George PALMER, attorney for the Waterville and Orondo railroad, has begun condemnation proceedings to secure the right of way. About $7,000 has been raised at Waterville to secure the right of way.
Frank Young, a shingle manufacturer of Grand Marine, Mich., dropped dead at the corner of First avenue and Madison street, Seattle, Monday afternoon. It is supposed that heart trouble was the cause of the sudden death.
Bishop WELLS, of Spokane, has guaranteed the interest on $20,000 to maintain St. Paul's school at Walla Walla until he can get East and raise an endowment fund of $30,000. At a trustees' meeting an entire new set of teachers for the school were selected.
Charged with robbery, Bob LANKFORD, a Walla Walla bartender, has been bound over to the Superior court. He is charged by Jack CRAWFORD, a ranch hand from Eureka Flat with going through his pockets in the Horseshoe saloon, May 25, and relieving him of $80 and a watch.
Hydrophobia has made its appearance in the families of J. W. GALBREATH and Mr. WILLIS, both residents of Willis postoffice, and mail station twelve miles northwest of Ritzville. The victims are two sons of Mr. GALBREATH and one young son of Mr. WILLIS. The lads have been taken to the Pasteur Institute at Chicago for treatment.