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Brunswick Records — ON SALE TODAY— Number Beale Street Blues St. Louis Blues Al Bernard sud Csrl Fenton * Orchestra Al Bernard and Carl Fenton's Orchestra Carl Fenton s Orchestra Bennie Krseger's Orchestra Kiss a Misa Walt * , Singits* the Blues Fox Trot I Want to Be the Leader of the Rand Amphion Male Quartet My Mammy .... Amphion Male Quartet f Hula Blues Fox Trot Green Brothers' Novelty Band \ Hop, Skip and Jump Fox Trot Rudy Wiedoeft's Californians f Christ Arose ( Eaater Hymn) « • Collegiate Choir ^ Come Thou Almighty King • • Collegiate Choir I Thank God for a Garden •• • • Mario Chandee r Smilin'Through . • . . Richard Bonelli 1 Mother o' Mine • ... 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Karle l .25|KalUrney...... Theo. Karle Any phonograph can play Brunswick Records 1 Red Cross Pharmacy @2 a 43 sc 'T'lIE X nar Turks are not noted particularly for cleanliness, and their bakery products would not be considered ap petizing in this country. In this, as in many other things, we are different. Our Bakery Products are prepared in a clean, modem, sanitary bakery— a fact that is known to every resident of this com munity An ever-increasing demand is an indispu tableevidence that weprdouce"good things to eat .' 1 Quality and cleanliness are the twin mottoes of this bakery at all times. 4 Regular Meals at Reasonable Prices SKort Orders *t all Hours. We especially cater to the Farmer trade. For a quick lunch or a good meal drop in at the The Electric Bakery and Cafe Pearson & Braden, Props. Horseshoeing General Blacksmithing Wagon and Carriage Shop All work Guaranteed. ALL KINDS OF Repairing neatly done. Frank Crocker A. H. OVERSMITH Attornev-.t-Law Uf.ukart Build». Tkird Str.el Moscow, Idaho. How's This? We offer On. Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot ba cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Hall's Catarrh Medicine haa been taken by catarrh sufferers for the past thirty five years, and has become known as the most reliable remedy for Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Medicine acts thru the Blood on the Mucous surfaces, expelling the Poi son from the Blood and healing the dis eased portions. After you have taken Hall's Catarrh Medicine for a short time you will see a great improvement in your general health. Start taking Hall's Catarrh Medi cine et once and get rid of catarrh. Send for testimonials, fre*. F. J. CHENEY * CO.. Toledo. Ohio. Sold by all Druggists, 7tc. Let OLDFIELD repair your watch through the Red Cross Pharmacy's repair service. 49-tf. CHILD SAVING WORK IN ARMENIA TOLD BY AN AMERICAN Charles V. Vickrey Gives Facts of Near East Relief Pro gram for Orphans. Charles V. Vickrey, general secre tary of the Near East Itelief, has re turned from a trip of inspection« throughout Central Europe and the Neur East, and made a report to the trustees of the Near East Relief In which he covers In detail the actual work of child saving now being con ducted by the great American relief organization in the Near East. Mr. Vickrey believes that "a few million's of dollars wisely expended at this time In the education of the children of the Near East, in character building und In moulding these young lives, will be worth vastly more to the world CHARLES V. VICKREY. than billions of dollars spent later In suppressing international warfare and strife." Mr. Vickrey considers the need In the Near Eust and especially in Ar menia greater than anywhere else In the world, because, as he says, "In the countries of Central Europe there are going governments which have merely been temporarily Impoverished by war. In the Near East, on the other hand, there is no such thing ns stable gov ernment. The whole fabric of the stnte has to be created from the be ginning, and the innocent and help less children have to be trained to the responsibilities of future citizenship. Peace In the Near East and, in great measure, throughout the world, will depend very largely on the character of the citizenship of the peoples of the Near East." Irresistible Appeal of Orphans. Describing the orphanage work of the Near East Itelief In the Armenian Republic, Mr. Vickrey said: "We have at Alexnndropol In the Caucasus, one orphanage where there are approximately 10,000 homeless children, fntherless or motherless, many of them having no known living relative. Some of them do not even know their own names, or the place of their birth. They have shown wonder ful recuperative powers, and to see them play their kindergarten or other games under the direction of our Ameri can relief workers, one could never be lieve that they had passed through the years of suffering that most of them have experienced since they, or their parents, were driven from their homes in Central Turkey five years ago. "For the accommodation of these or phans there are sixty splendid stone buildings, erected as barracks for the Russian army. These buildings are now given to us by the Armenian gov ernment for a period of ten years and lend themselves admirably to relief pu rposes. "This orphanage at Alexandropol Is hut one of the 229 orphanages that the Near East Relief Is now operating In various parts of the Caucasus, Anato lia, Cilicia, Syrlu and the Constanti nople-Straits area. "Thirty miles from Alexandropol, at Kars, there is another group of Rus sian army barracks, which were given tts by the Armenian government for relief purposes. I was going through the dormitories of this orphanage at Kars when the young American col lege girl in charge turned to me and said: 'Mr. Vickrey, It sometimes makes me feel Just a little older than Me thuselah to l>e called "Mother" by «,000 of those Armenian children.' And that is exactly what she was— the only mother that these 6,000 Ar menian children have, except as she avails herself of the organized assist ance of native Armenian women. In caring for this large family. "In the hospital at Kars I found 1,150 beds, which, the day I was there, were occupied by 1,268 patients, it frequently being necessary to put two or more children In a single bed. At Alexundropol we have in one hospital, or group of hospital buildings, 1,560 trachoma patients. At Karaklis, forty miles east of Alexandropol we have an orphanage devoted exclusively to the cure and training of the blind children. At Delijan we have nnother orphanage, located on a mountain side, for the care of tubercular children, this segregation belug as much for the welfare of the healthy children In the orphanages as for the care of the unfortunate consumptives. At Erlvan we formerly had twenty-six distinct orphanages, though they have now been reduced and consolidated to seven In number. There are some thing more than 8,000 orphans lu the tegluu of Harpout," TIME NEEDED 10 MANAGEPIGEONS Good Blood First Requisite of Homing Bird That Wins Blue Ribbons. PATIENCE QUITE NECESSARY Distance From Home That Bird Is Taken Must Be Increased Very Gradually—Racing Is One of Most Fascinating Sports. To Noah must be given the honor of owning the first homing pigeon of which there Is written record. Al though the olive tree from which Noah's dove or pigeon brought a sprig to him doubtless looked fair to the bird after t'ie weeks of close confine ment on the ark, yet that marvelous Instinct for Its home, which Is one of the chief characteristics of the homing pigeon, brought It back once more to the bout afloat on the face of the wa ters. The Egyptians, Greeks and Romans all used the messenger pigeon In their days of power, and to Starting the Bird on Its Homeward Journey. day pigeon breeding, rearing, and rac ing forms a pleasant and Interesting recreation for many people in prac tically all civilized countries of the world. Gallant War Services. During the recent war, notwith standing the use of telephones, wire less und all the methods of communi cation which modem genius has in vented, pigeons played an Invaluable and gallant part. In the United States there is prob ably not a city which cannot boast of racing-pigeon fanciers, while clubs and associations for the advancement and enjoyment of the facinatlng spoYt of racing the birds are being constantly formed in Eastern, Western, and to some extent in Southern cities. Lofts of homing pigeons are maintained by the United States Department of Agri culture at the government poultry farm at Beltsvlile, Md., and the de partment holds a membership In the Washington Racing Pigeon club, a branch of the American Racing Pigeon union. Many of the Washington club races flown during the past summer and fall have been won by Department of Agriculture birds, which number about 250. Just what faculty enables the hom ing pigeon to return to its loft many miles nwa.v Is a point of dispute among eminent homing-pigeon breed ers. Some attribute It to remarkable instinct. Others maintain that this bird has sight so brilliant and power ful that It Is able to see much farther than any other species, while there are some who claim that it is the ex treme and strong attachment for home, coupled with a peculiar memory. Training the Birds. It is necessary to keep the birds in good condition with plenty of outdoor exercise, both In good and had weath er, If they are to have endurance for long flights. The young birds are usually hatched In February and March. During the time when the eggs are being incubated and the young cared for, only one of a pair is trained each day. On alternate days the other is shipped to the training station. In this way the breeding is not interfered with, and the eggs or young are never left without one or the other of the old birds. In the beginning of the training the birds are conveyed In a basket not more than six or eight blocks from their lofts to an open spot away from buildings. The basket Is faced toward the loft and the birds liberated at once. At this distance pigeon spe cialists advise practicing them from all points of the compass. The next step Is to select the route over which It Is Intended to fly the birds. From half a mile the distance can be in creased to 1 mile, then 5, 10, 50, 100, and 300, until the longest distance has been reached. Fly in Clear Weather. Clear weather should always be se lected for the birds' flights, for many birds are lost during a stormy period. Then, too, good weather is especially necessary for rapid flying. It Is considered best not to be in too great haste in having the birds fly a long distance. The young birds need the time to develop their faculties, strengthen the muscles, educate the sight, and cultivate the memory and Intelligence. HANDLING MANURE SPREADER Implement Shown in Illustration Is Lowered or Raised According to Nature of Load. The new feature- of the spreader shown in the illustration is that the upper beater cun he raised or lowered according to the nature of the manure. 0©< Manure Spreader. It Is lowered when the spreader Is loaded shallow with heavy manure, and It is raised when the spreader Is load ed high with light manure. INVESTIGATOR INDORSES NEAR EAST RELIEF During the Peace Conference In Par is the American Commission to Nego tiate Peace, appreciating the impor tance of accurate, first hand Informa tion about the Armenian situation, sent Capt. Benjamin Burges Moore of the American Red Cross as head of a spe cial mission to study and report on conditions. Captain Moore's findings as to the value of the work done by the Near East Relief form part of his offi cial report. "Armenians are sincerely grateful to us," Captain Moore states, "since it Is no exaggeration to say that they would have disappeared as a nation had It not been for this splendid help given them liy the Near East Relief and 'he American Food Administration. The best that sympathetic Americans can do Is to continue and enlarge the pres ent admirable work of the Near East Relief."' AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING First class workmanship always found here. We guarantee our work—if it isn't right, bring it back and we will make it right. SERVICE BATTERIES Willard Storage Batteriei Service that Serves mnic! gke to. A Vsdko&M© C@m One of Kendrick's citizen's is the proud owner of a Five Dollar Gold Piece, dated 1834-, The coin is bright and shiny and does not show any signs ot having been in circulation. It has been in the possession of the present owner for a good many years, and it is treasured because of its age. Yet, this coin will not buy one bit more than any other live dollars. It it had been placed in a bank to draw interest at four per cent, compounded semi-annually, it would be worth today $97.30. This coin may be likened unto the parable of the talents. '"To him that hath shall be given and to him that hath not shall be taken even that which he hath." MORAL Open a savings account with us and watch your coins multiply. One dollar starts an account. Kendrick State Bank 50 good cigarettes for 10c from one sack of GENUINE 66 BULL DURHAM TOBACCO Professional Cards Dr. W- A. Adair Rectal Diseases, Hemorhoids, Fistula, Fissure, etc. Moscow, Idaho W. A. Rothwell, M. D. Physician and Surgeon Office State Bank Buildins Kendrick, Idaho. DR. .1, H. KELLY Physician and Surgeon Kendrick. Idaho Dr. S. A. Roe Practice Limited to Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Glasses Fitted Office Over Beach's Store LEWISTON, IDAHO Dr. C. E. LANDQUIST DENTIST Drug Store Building Office Hours 8 to 5 KENDRICK LODGE NO. 26. A. F. (EL A. M. 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