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The GrangeviUe Globe I _ Foreign Ad vM sta« fawiw tï L JHE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIA OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER FOR CITY OF GRANGEVILLE TION T VOL. XIV, NO. 29 GRANGEVILLE, IDAHO COUNTY, IDAHO. THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1921 $1.50 THE YEAR ' CELEBRATION PLANS ARE COMPLETE ed Anniversary of Nation's Birth ProgTam Carried Over Three Days. PLAN BIG BARBECUE I I It for in Plans are praeticaüly completed for the most fitting observance of the an- 1 a niversary of the nation's birth ever ; The celebration Ball Games Prominent in Sports, Noted Orator, Other Features. Fourth of July will be celebrated In GrangeviUe. held in the city. proper will occupy two days—Monday July 4th and Tuesday July 6th—and the baseball tournament which will ; provide one of the chief attractions of the event, will be of three days duration—July 3rd, 4th and 6th. Announcement of the above facts was made at the regular weekly lunch eon of the Commercial club Wedmes day at the Imperial hotel, by C. H. Wood, chairman of the club committee ...... . . . ' „ Negotiations to bring to Orangeville on fairs and entertainments. one of the most prominent orators in the state for the 4th of July oration are already under way. In addition to this oration a brief patriotic pro gram of musical and literary numbers will be given. This program will be : held at Hall's grove in the -forenoon , of July 4th. In the afternoon the ball < game at the park will be the prin- - cipal attraction and in the evening the bowery dance will be In full swing One of the most popular features th e I Is planning to duplicate this success at the coming event The barbecue will be served at Hall's grove at noon on Tuesday. July 5th, and everybody Is Invited to participate. A committee is to be appointed soon to arrange for : the salute at sunrise which wlU start the day off in the proper fashion. All details of the program will he an . , .. . I immigration, of Bo se. was in the ( ddy Monday conferring with members of the Commercial Club regarding plans of the départaient for a pub licity program for the state Moving P ° every section of the state en and exhibited through out the east in order to Interest peo pie ln our resources and Increase our population. of last year's celebration was barbecue and Chairman Wood uounced next week. I I HERE ON PUBLICITY MATTER. O. H. Barber, state commissioner of . No definite action was taken while Mr. Barber was here but it is expected that Orangeville and community will do their share toward the success of the movement LOST TO KOOSKIA The local ball club journeyed to Kooskia Sunday and met the Braves on the Indian lot and lost, 0 to 6. For eight innings the GrangeviUe players were In the lead and made a splendid showing.' They say they were treated ! splendidly by the people of Kooskia. Next Sunday Manager McAdams will take his players to Kamlah where a victory for our boys is anticipated. , IRENE M. HI'SS BURIED. Irene M. Huss, aged 53 years, died at her home out near the Point, Sat urday, June 4. and was laM to rest ln Prairie View cemetery on Monday June 6 Miss Huss was born ln La Salle. Illinois, October 22, 1867, and came to Idaho county in 1898, where she set tled on land In the Point district, on which she has since resided. t i A CHANGE AT P. O. Postmaster Chas Simmons announces that commencing with Sunday evening ■ the general delivery Window at the . locap posb.ffice will open at 8:80 in-1 stead of 9 o'clock owing to the light ness of the mail during the summer Change to the former time fruit shipments j months, might occur when start I CITY COUNCIL IN SESSION Regular Meeting Held Monday Evening Important Matters Up The regular monthly meeting of the city council was held Monday evening | and a number of important matters were up for consideration before that ' body, among them being tlie enlarge- i ment of the conduit under Main street between State and Hall streets, the city printing and other«. A committee of business men of i the district affected and property owners of the south portion of the city was present to urge action by the J city council, and while the improve- ! ment asked was not definitely decid- ; ed a committee of the council was i I I ■ I appointed to investigate the matter ; I It Is asked hat the viaduct under the i street be enlarged In order to carry uway the excess waters at spring | time or any other period which high water might occur. Tho city printing was awarded to the Orangeville Globe* the price for the j publications being 25 cents per inch j for the legal size of type, 12 lines to i the inch, other print<*d matter to Is* in comparative rates. For the past several years the city council ha« paid 1 a rate equal to 75 cents per inch ; tor the first insertion and 50 cents tor each subsequent issue. The "dear as in cases of recent Issue, ■ taxpayer,' reaping the reward, which will un ; doubtedly amount to a grave sum. WILL MOVE TO .WALLA WALLA ^ Abramson in their barber shop for the past two years, will leave Sunday morning for Walla Walla, where he has made arrangements to Geo. Foust, who has been associated f**;* 1 ^*; 8 f,lrp e-chair shop on his own As soon as housing arrange behalf. ments cun lx* completed after his ar- // rivftl wi „ , )p Jolnpd , )y Mrs Poust « and three sons. in be : , While residing in this «community j the Foust family has formed many j warm friendship«. Their departnn will be regretted. ATTENDED GRADUATION < - Mrs. J. P. Rush and Party Present at University Exercises Mrs J P Rush and son Willard, Miss I Ora Chase and Mrs A. R. Harlan de e I parted Tuesday morning by auto for Is Moscow to be present at the gradua at tion exercises at the University of Idaho in which on .Dimes Clark Rush, received the degree Is of bachelor of science, being one of 88 students to tie graduated this year 1 for : The trip was made In Mrs. Rush'e i ed auto and the party expects to return ,llis All the latter part of the week. j -o- ' ^ I "in ; E. A. Day Received Message Stating i Family All Safe. " re When news of the disastrous Pueblo, I ll,e the ( , >u ,„ flood WU8 here the fir* | of thp week . persons with relatives '"' in that 8trlcken oountry at onœ get Ui |lhout to ascertaln lf they ha d escaped, amo „,, tlleui being E. A. Day. Even though the wires were reported to be i tion out o( commission Immediately follow- ous inK the rta(Hi Mr l)ay our the former's son, BROTHER IN PUEBLO FLOOD I I of est message I stated, "Heavy propery loss but all i safe." me brother is the manager of ( a large mercantile establishment at \ ! S, . received an answer to a telegram sent Monday | a 11:50 on , Tuesday. but The and I'ueblo. PIONEERS TO CELEBRATE to - Officer« Saturday Decided on June 30 for Annual Event at Mt. Idaho A meeting of officials of the Idaho f' For county Pioneer association was held ! 'ast Saturday, and Thursday, June 30 j and the picnic grounds at Mt. Idaho j the will were selected as the time and place | one a for holding the annual picnic and I urn A commit. reunion of the association. , tee was appointed consisting of Mrs. at John D. Long, Mrs Nancy Header, ; Mrs. Mary Coram, Frank MeGrane, ; iht died Sat rest to set on A. W Talkington and Geo D. Smith, j to take charge qf the program on the occasion. Lee Smith and Wiley Knight 1 nn were also appointed as a committee on ground«. i ! ! Deputy Game Warden Fisher Antiei- I < i Deputy Game Warden Don C. Fisher j will leave for Sandpoint on June 17tu : to secure trout for planting in Idaho j ■ county. The first shipment will be j the . planted In the Prairie and Salmon river ! in-1 sections. About, the 25th he will bring j in a shipment for the Kooskia district on behalf of Deputy Hjort. and the a* time latter iiart of July a consignment for » the Elk City country will bring the j total up to the 400,000 mark. TO BRING IN TROUT : < pates Planting 400,000 j ! ANOTHER EARLY SUMMER BATTLE . - - w¥w mm % V r IS I I j , 1 ! i f GEE !!! I THINK I'LL NEED HELP ! I 7/ , ' ✓S'* I I -V y'f' I ! $ V. • Jl I I j ■ n V/ SZ I 1 o : % ^.^ t ^—rnTf // « UNCLE TOM'S CABIN" SHOW IN BURLESQUE AT LOCAL LO.O.F. OPERA HOUSE Tom Show Promises to be Event of Year—Grand Free Street Parade Featuring Prize Winning Stunts —Special Music and Scenery by Local Artists r t 'Uncle Tom's Cabin," dean of all 1 melo<i ramatic classics, is to be produc i ed at ,he L °' °' F auditorium in ,llis city on the evening of Wednesday j 'une 15th, by home talent The com ' ^ forthcoming proa,,«- ; I "in . 1 » er " e n 8 ttH a " ' ; nee oms Cabin, alias The Tom i Show ' antl the promoters of the show " re authority tor the statome.it that I ll,e I ,rpspntatit, n next Wednesday ive | * the na '"' re of a burlesque, will be even bet Ui than the old drama of slavery days with "" ita i tion of Harriet Beecher Stowe's fam ous story, "The Tom Show" ig a new adapta • It preserves aU the Inter est of the original story and adds I rarest sort. In the "Tom Show" wy i in**» again over the footlights such ( familiar ctmraeters as Uncle Tom him \ ***. ^tle Eva, Marks the lawyer, ! i'liiueas Fl-tcher, Topsy, the hateful S, m ,,n Lp 8 ria and all the others whlcu have made the old play famous the | a whirlwind of comedy of the richest. world over. But the "Tom Show" presents many f' mures which were lacking iu the original manuscript of "Uncle Tom's jFabin " 'io illustrate in the old play, j Eliza, who crossed the Ohio river iu j the ice to escape from slavery had but | one child a mere Infant. In the moil I urn version of the play, the "Tom Show", she lias two, and they're twins, They are also mere infants. \ Scenically, the coming show will be! e climax of all local talent produe- 1 f at that. ; ; iht j tious. this feature and will esclipse all his 1 ..rêvions triumps. T scene, for instance, local C. E. Krakuu has charge In the Ohio river ice W.J1I lie i utilized for the sake of patronizing 1 ! home industry, but Mr. Krakau has, ! concocted a formula which renders j the local product an exact replica of j I < he nee generally to lie found in th** All through- i j out the play this same minute at -1 : ten tion will be paid to the details of J j the s<*enic phases of the show. , j Like all genuine Unale Tom's Cabin ! troupes the members of the oast who j win take part next Wednesday evening will appear in a grand street parade a* noon.. This feature occur» at 12 » clock sharp. Wednesday noon. The Une of march Includes a straight shoot down Main street from the old : < Ui'.o river any winter. court house to the Imperial hotel, thus giving the multitudes and the movie 1 camera operators two opportunities to ( . view the pageant * j Heading this parade will be one of | the best braro bands in the west, heralded ag the "Coontowu Cullud i Band," and ail the musicians will be ln blackface. Following in autos will be Uncle Tom and Simon Logree and Eliza an( i her twins and other mem ben. of the cast, as well as several feature8 of lntf , oet the natim , of which wlll not llp announced untll the day of the parade. | of Bloodhounds to be used in the play will also be in the parade and to en- 1 eo nraKe a full an(1 exhaustive canine i attendance at the parade the promoters i announce that a free admission ticket i' to thp ghow w| „ ^ cive „ to boy j who hrftl(rs h ls dog to the old court I houae on w<H ,nesday. Each bov must lpar1 h|s ^ the payant. Prizes | wln fllBO bp ^ fnr thp ]arKest and the mnalu ^ t dog8 . R( ,memt«*r the free | street parade at noon. Wednesday, i Listen for thp hand and hold your horses! Musically, too. the show is to be a whlzzer. A special orchestra of hlack face musicians is being formed and Is drilling nightly with the actors and actresses in preparation for the ing theatrical knockout. com In this or i Basil «•hestra will be Clarke Rush, Harris, Willard Rush Oa.vlord Eimers. ! Earl Evans and others. For the Coon town Cullud Bond and the street pa-| rade nearly everybody in the commun! t..v who can toot a horn will be in n ne . In addition to the orchestrai! mini hers some six or seven popular songs with minstrel choruses will he fen turrid •Toe Derrig will sing "Where j the Sweet Bnnnnns Grow." a crooning ! j melody: and Ilnrold Harris hns a coon lullaby number that ought to put any- ' i body to sleep If not entirely uncon-1 scions. A male quartet of cullud vocal- 1 J fata will harmonize , Rand of Old Black Joe.2 and other barbershop favorites. Guy Chiesman will electrify the audience with a coon shouting number and Will Derrig will iwdify 'em with n lov P ballad teeming with sentiment. Willard Rush will also do some acrobatic stunts on Ills crazy slide trombone. This array of musical numbers does not include the on "I Love the ! ' sjiedialties, which will be given in i generous proportion« between acts. Rehearsals for the "'Tom Show" be- j gun the tirst of the week and most ! gratifying progress is being made. The production bids fair to outrank any 1 »« rformance ever given in the city by t' cal talent, especially along comedy lines, to say nothing of the Interest which will be awakened locally In the i j grand old play of plays known and | ! loved as "Uncle Tom's Gabln. - I If you want to see In your mind's un au star cast of "Uncle glance j eye how Tom's Cabin would appear, , through the following array of talent 1 assembled for the forthcoming produc ! tion of the "Tom Show." The Cast of Characters O. K. KRAKAU I UNCTiE TOM , A faithful slave ' PHINEAS FLETCHER_ I .GAYLORD EIMER? In love wtih a Quaker bonnet WILL DERRIG ! E. Z. MARKS A Lawyer • TOPSY A M. ECKER Who just growed___ SIMON LEGREE . GUY CH1KSMAN I LITTLE EVA __ DICK ARRAMSON | The terror of Blood River A dainty flower of childhood j ELIZA ST. CLAIR „ JOE DERRIG j ' FRANK LET i A broken-hearted mother HECTOR at i a Her Infant child AMOS A. J. MAUGG Hector's twin brother, same ago HENRY SKAGGS - V. H. JOHNSON Auctioneer at the slave market PERSIMMONS JONES. JACK FOUST A pickaninny 1 SNOWBALL BI/ACK ... GLENN WILLEY ! Also a pickaninny DUSKY BROWN.LLOYD CHIPMAN Likewise a pickaninny RUFUS LINCOLN LEE. HAROLD HARRIS ed is A nigger Bloodhounds, slaves, icebergs, niggers. snow and more pickaninnies Make a date with yourself right now to take ill the "Tom Show " You nee ! it a good lau, 'll and you're sure to get 1° ! .t here. Reserved seats will be oo sab* in l dny or two at Krakau's Jew j i j 1 to ( . aMion to pnclo8e u c , p of u . * j mentary tl) . kfitii of | The Radeliflfe people have a very good program which Includes lectures i by some highly recommended spectal be ists, the Oakley Concert company, the will Emerson Winters Concert and other entertainers if tie weather remains favorable it is expect t mt a umber Tf of Grangevllï people will attenTwL of the the sessions ^ FerTr and 0 i .dry More. FERDINAND CHAUTAUQUA The RadelifTe Organization Appears There June 15-16-17. Iu forwarding a copy of the pro | gram that will lie rendered at the ltad | clliffe Chautauqua at Ferdinand on June 15 to 17, inclusive, Editor Sause of the Ferdinand Enterprise, took oc I Co., and TOWN HAS BASER ALL WAR play en- 1 Two hall teums representing the i north ami south sides 0 f Main street I i started a series of ball games this i' vp ek to decide the baseball supremacy boy j of the city. In the first game. Friday court I evening, the south-siders won, 18 to must 5 and on Sunday after.. during | the absence of the real hall pIavors . and from the city, another game was plav free | oil which resulted in a victory for the i »orth-enders by a count of 6 to 1. your Sood sized crowd witnessed each game and enjoyed the rare baseball feats a ln-esented. ^ . Is and JOLLY 'STAG" PARTY D. H. Sasenbery entertainel a limn com- her of gentleman friends at the Sas or i enbery home Tuesday Mrs. Basil Sasnbery is away at present and most vning. ! i f the guests were men whose wives Coon- are out of town on summer visits The pa-| evening in was pleasantly spent at -anies ami music* and at a late hour delicious refreshments were served. J. J. Pulse won high honors at cards, prize tier'ng a liottle of Tan lac, mini- tIn* songs Those fen present were A. S. Hardy. W. C. Graham. IT K. Sweet. .Toe Derrig, Dr Wni MacNelB, A. N. Dyer. Harold ! Harris, Veter Peterson, W. W Brown coon IT Wood. .1 J. Pulse. Will Derrig any- ' H. Roth well. Harry Wood, H. Taylor, uncon-1 CP d ( . Haul'll. Jack Warren and T. E. ! vocal- 1 Quinlan other coon timers of this section, who for the past will few years have been residing at Wal In Walla, arrived in the dty thl« er»* will ning for a visit with friends. They! Ills will leave tomorrow for a vUft with of their daughter, Mrs. Nichts, at Oro the fino. j the OLD TIMERS HERE. Mr. and Mrs. Jim McConnell. ! old ' i j ! i | HOPPERS NOW ATTRACTING ATTENTION Pests Found on Few Fields Being Promptly Taken Care Of. NO CAUSE FOR ALARM County Agent Pavey on Job and Dealing Out Sure Thing Bait. According to the reporta Issued by | County Agricultural Agent Ralph M. Pavey, grasshoppers have made their j appearance in a few places in thla ' Immediate community, but as soon aa i discovered prompt methods have been employed to eradicate them. From Mr. Pavey's report we learn that larger areas have hatched than at this time last year. Daring the week several acres of young grass hoppers were poisoned on ( the Ohas. i tourland place west of Orangeville.. These hoppers had already destroyed a n limiter of acres of grain liefore bering discovered A second field was also poisoned this week at the Wll ranch, north of Fenn. ! Neither of these two beds of eggs were noticed in the fall and therefore hatch. Hum Spencer ed out a great crop of hoppers. is very hard at this t.ime, said Mr It Pavey, to estimate the damage or the number of hoppers that Idaho county will have to combat this year, but ! it will be advisable for every farmer 1° keep a close WHtcli over his fields oo and poiison the young hoppers as soon a* they appear Along this line Mr. Pavey further j stated : i "The Idaho County Farm Bureau has poison on hand which wll be avail j able at the same places this y ear as in 1020 ; persons who wish to secure poi son in Grangeville can obtain the same at the county agent's office or at the sheriff's office. "Tho same formula for mixiug grass hopper bait will lie used this year, which is as follow«: "Bran or course saw dust, 25 pounds white ursenic 1 pound ; half down lemons or 1 ounce of Amyl Ax*etate: half gallon cheap moftasses ; 3 or * gallons of water. "In this formula anyone who can obtain coarse saw dust cuts the cost of the poison liait very materially. Amyl Acetate was used last year by the state entomologist at the state college as a substitute for the citrus fruits. In the experiments conducted at that station lemons proved to be u . the Tf of <4 on oc I and the I tla> 1,,ast «»ractlve to the hoppers and this AmyI Aeetate 8tood higheet ln the ,tst Am > ' Acetate is a liquid which " Hl1 "« kopt ln,1, ' tt,llteIy and UBe ' 1 to va " ta * e nn ,K ' 1,1R ***** for U8 ° w,th ' . out grating or grinding. plav- r -" st year r,unas r,nlnty ' T,1uh,> ' the uwd 50 t,,us of saw duBt with 118 game feats when needed, which hns a decided ad ^ satisfactory results as when bran was used but the substitute cut the cost oh the bait very materially. "Tile Idaho County Farm Bureau recommends the use of these two sub . st.it ules in the formula in order to re duce the cost of poiisoniug the hoppers. Tli farm bureau also urges everyone in the country to poison the hoppers so that in time they can lie eradicated." -o Sas Mrs. most The JOSEPH PLAINS ROUNDUP. at hour J. Wild West Arislr Being Arranged for July 13, 13. 14 and 15. Posters are tx*ing printed at the iffiee this week announcing the secxinil annual roandup at Big Cor rails on Joseph Plains, for July 12 to 15. Inclusive lac, G'oIh* W. The program will include bucking eintest, bareback riding, steer-roping 1 l!l * bulldogging, horse racing, stake E. ! : ' tces nn; * horse raees. At night darning will bp the main feature of past of tho arrangements: W. A. Spivy, Wal- president: Hobt Gill, vice president: er»* Saxby Boles. s**oretary ; Sam Ryan, They! treasurer. with i Good camping accommodations are Oro- provided, good water, plenty of shade rogram for which good music j lias- been p:».\ lord. The following committee has charge th. old and horse posture available.