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.1 JI E. I ■ j i nil ucntBnmnc ami j ■ rrT *TTn n i A Popular-priced Victroîa-Number XI If you are looking for a Victrola that is moderate in price and at the same time dignified and rich in design and finish, Victrola XI ^your consideration. merits Victrola XI may be obtained in a mahog ' any. oak or American walnut cabinet and is equipped with the usual Victor patented fea tures. With a change of stylus or by means of the doors at the mouth of the amplifying chambers, the volume of tone may be changed to suit the size and character of any room. mk I Simonds Drug Store ON THE CORNER OPPOSITE THE POSTOFFICE MY8TERY MAN 18 ON RECORD Finger Print System Via Fort Leaven worth to Bonners Ferry. Sandpoint Review—-Because J. J. Kavanaugh, held at the county jail an insanity suspect, refused to give any information about himself, the sheriff s office sent his finger prints to the identification office of the fed eral penitentiary at worth, Kans. Saturday. The finger print experts at Leaven worth had looked up their records and by this means Identified Kava Fort Leaven A reply was received Celebrate Armistice Day AMAZON Sun. and Mon AMAZON Saturday, Nov. 12 Nov. 13 and 14. Matinee Sunday mm ■■■ 1 A rough-rolling ro mance that runs on love and spurts blue flames of excitement — at the — -i re x IMS: f *//&■: ai_J* AMAZON Friday Night •>:< a ! v if! I ■ ■ / ■ 'm ■ 11 - fS f ; 'i 1 -C til W A ••• u \ sii : in? W •V i Ml as y r «I \1P November 11th Ml m * « • •mi m VI vSrïa /■ • iii. x sé m. Vs e have prepared a Big Special Program for you. s * . / ' v - ■ /nil} / Mi •V il m r ■ c Konna c Ialiuad^e 4 \ M The Tiger's Coat ÿÂ y ■ Norma Talmadge m f ! i 'A\ ".ramouhl Q>itiure \ Jesse Lv Las K_y Jj ro-r-esents À l/allace % —In— Ghosts of Yesterday 99 IN If WhatsYour Hurry? From the play "Two Women." by Rupert Hughes. II from Elizabeth De Jeans' great novel and'story from Pictorial Review. — also — the Human Dog Brownie, in a 2 Reel Screaming Comedv. Admission 15c-35c Don't Miss This Treat Seldom has there been seen on stage or screen, a drama so compelling, with such genuine heart interest combined with thrills and suspense as "Ghosts of Yesterday." f When "Dusty" Khoades stopped racing to sell crawling motor tmeks. he thought all the pep had fizzed from hiß punctured lue. Until_ A girt I the cops! a storm! a bnrsted dam! a soul-stirring race with death!—and Dusty opined that for he-man thrlUs a speed car Is only a truck's baby sister. y With Lovely Lois Wilson ... From Bryon Morgan's Smashing Saturday Evening Post Storv "The Hippopotamus Parade." e*o»iowry, me "FORDY IN HIGH"—A Special Two Reel Comedy . Admission 15c and 85c .i- r r ' Norma Talmadge in a Dual Role, supported by Eugene O'Brien and an All-Star Supporting fast t,©i - V J naugh as a man arrested at Bonners Ferry September 21. this year, and held for insanity, which he was held at Bonners Ferry was stated to be Harry J. Conover. Inquiries directed to the sheriff's of fice at Bonners Ferry brought the ply that the authorities there had more sflccess in identification than the local officials and that the man had been released. Early this week the finger prints were sent to Leslie Turner, identifica tion expert of the Spokane police de partment, for possible identification but so far no reply has been received. The name under re Mi. fircat Northern Improvements A. B, Ashby, station agent for the Great Northern Hallway Co., received another telegram this morning from i Mr. Merritt, of the traffic depart ment, Spokane, to the effect that au thority was expected at once to pro ceed with the improvement of the Great Northern Railway crossings in Bonners Ferry and that work would be started withjn a day or two. Frst Time 1« Come West UNIVERSITY OP IDAHO, Moscow, Nov. 5.—For the first fime the Chico go and Northwestern railroad been forced to come west for railroad ties to be used for construction and repair work on eastern portions of their line, inspection Henry Schmitz, associate professor of forest products at the University of Idaho, was called to Sandpolnt and Bonners Ferry for consultation and advice. Ties were purchased fro mthe Hum bird Lumber company at Sandpoin;, and the Bonners Ferry Lumber com pany at Bonners Ferry. has To aid the inspectors in and classification, Dr. LA FOLLETTE DEMANDS RETIREMENT OF MELLON - Object of Wisconsin Senator Is At „ „ , , „ Washington.—Retirement of Secre tary Mellon as "the fiscal head of thé government," was demanded in the senate Saturday by Senator LaFol lotte, Republican, Wisconsin, becausé aU ld U<, ü W t hlCh 'b' i W Th S n senator said the treasury head held toward "the taxation of wealth," Ion hnd openly and brazenly declared that wealth could not be made to bear its share of the burden of government. The LaFollette amendment pro posing that tax returns be a matter tltude of Sec. Mellon Toward Taxing of Wealth Mr. LaFollotta asserted that Mr. Mel The letter was signed by Represen tatlves Dickinson, Iowa; Freer, Wis consin ; Little, Arkansas; Barbour, California ; Reavis, Nebraska and King, Illinois, all Republicans. The v \ in . house bill carried a maximum rate of 82 per cent and Republican leaders of public record, was rejected S5 to 88 ffnve general notice to the senate that this rate would be Insisted upon in conference. Engraved calling cards, and a fine i line of embossed and monogramed j stationery, now on display at the ! Herald office. Make your selections I j now. A box of monogramed sta-1 tionery would make some friend most appropriate xmas present a / DETECTIVE'S WIRES CROSSED The following article was published in the Spokesmao-Review on Novem- i ber 8: "Although she is suspected of being mentally unbalanced. Mrs. John Fred erickson, alias Albina Long, age 27, a waitress, was clever enough to per suade Bonners Ferry authorities re cently she could not be wanted by the Spokane police, according to P. S. Alkus of the Burns agency, "A warrant for her arrest on a bad check charge was sent to Bonners Ferry. When the officers attempted to arrest her she flashed a $5000 check signed by Clarence J. Long. " 'Why, Sheriff Long of Spokane is my brother,' she told the Idaho offi cers. "There surely is a mistake about me being wanted for anything in Spo kane.' The size of the check and their belief that it had been signed by Sher iff Long so impressed the Bonners Ferry authorities that they released he .y-, She was arrested in Spokane Sat- urday together with John FTederick son - who claims to be her husband, on a charge of vagrancy. They were al leged to be living together and the warrant lor their arrest was sworn to by a Mr - Lon K- who claims to be her husband. The woman asserts she was never married to Long, although they liv Ç (t together as man and wife for wbiIe ' slle ^ r - Aikus. , .'J" a . 8t night she was also charged an °a lîeged "victim 'who claims she defrauded him of $35 check. "P. S. Alkus said, 'We have had mérous complaints of her activities, j^'puty Prosecutor Bunge will have ^i® xaniined borrow ■ on a nu as to her Sheriff Fisher and Prosecuting torney Wilson state that the Spokane authorities have deliberately misrep resented matters in regard to the lease of the Long woman. She was j'arrested near White's camp upon a telegram from the Spokane officials ware notified that she was being £* ,1, ^ T t'7 he fS° kan ® officials tailed to send an officer here to eret the woman and would not allow a man who was here when the At re woman was arrested and who was the com Plaining witness against her, to bring her int0 Spokane, because he was not an officer. The Long woman secured t . he s ®ü vi , ce ® ot a Iocal attorney who denlanae( l her release from jail be cau f®' UI1(ler the Idaho statutes she t ? l V < 011 y 16 heltl a certain number 'of hours. The afternoon the woman was released a woman deputy from Spokane arrived to take her. The -sC ■ M -ii :s ; i U m. m » : I It's Only Human You appreciate a little personal attention. Everybody does. No one likes to do business where he feels that he Is not appreciated. We are all quite human. THAT'S WHY OUR BANK TRIES TO GIVE PERSONAL ATTENTION TO ITS CUSTOMERS, TO LOOK AFTER EVERY DETAIL, NO MATTER HOW SMALL, come In personal touch with our patrons, to be of real ser We try to vice, to extend every courtesy and above all, to safeguard all funds entrusted to onr care. We wUl try to meet you more than half way. That's one of the things that help to make onr Bank (he BEST Bank for yon. FIRST STATE BANK of Bonners Ferry, Idaho "Oldest Bank In the County" Long woman was still in this district, having returned to White's camp, but the Spokane officer made no attempt to get her. While at the county jail the Long woman did claim relation ship to Sheriff Long of Spokane, but did not flash a check or money of any kind, and this part of the article was a pure fabrication. FOUND—Ladies' purse at the I. O. O. F. hall Saturday, cover Owner can re same at Herald office by pay ing for this advertisement. It A Home Made Book and trappers' i wherein animals, birds and Insects personified are always interesting to youthful readers. James Ferbrache, a well known citizen of our town, has composed a book of verses, some of them in the canoe-rocking meter of Hiawatha. The book is neat and ar tistic, and is illustrated by Isabelle Nelson, in the sketchy style df an out ing magazine. The school libraries should have this book. Hunters' stories are W. S. WALKER.