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Globe *' J tative IATION OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER FOR CITY OF ORANGEVILLE z? GRAN GE VILLE, IDAHO COUNTY, IDAHO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1922 * 1 VOL. XV. N<5; 8 $1.50 THE YEAR * SCHOOL HEAD OF COUNTY RESIGNS ; S. . . . , - » , I Resignation Asked ior oy , Pmrmiiosinnerii for Alleu. I Commissioners tor Aiieg > ed Misconduct. I ; i ■ FILL PLACE JAN. 18 Three Candidates Now In Field With Petitions; State Certificate Necessary. The resignation was requested by the board for alleged misconduct, it being stated there was ample proof of the charges iu the bauds of the com- : <' niiKsinners Case was elected at the general elec tion a year* ago in November and at that time was principal of the school wl Ferdinand Make Appointment January 18 ^ The board will make an appoint taient to fill the unexplred portion of '• the term at 10 o'clock on Wednesday morning, January 18. There are four h persons being prominently mentioned tor theplace, tliree of whom have peti tious out for the required uumber of signatures, namely, Mrs. Chester U * Arnold, E. A Carpenter and Mrs R. Loyal Adkisou is tl.c fourth Leonard R Case, county superinten dent of schools of Idaho county, on Tuesday tendered his resignation to the hoard of county commissioners, to take effect at the pleasure of the board The resignation was promptly accept ed with the proviso that he continue in office until his successor is appoint ed. It. Bell. J , who is being mentioned. It is said there are few teachers in • Hie county eligible for the position. ' in addition to being qualified voters, .-applicants must hold state certificates. . in sending lodge dues to Clerk Ro hert Ambler, Seth Stantiul take* oc casiou to tell of some ot lus activities iluring recent mouths. "We have made three trips to Mexi co and » Ui go hack again to Tampico, then to lexas City, iexas, hack to, Tampico, aud li-um there to tall River j p -or Philadelphia. Our latest trip was [ to Philadelpliia, and X had time to look up some friends there, hut these tank ers stay such a short time, it is only hello aud good-bye. We have a ilaudj bunch, and they are all staying on *o h is gelling as much like home a - tlie last ship 1 was ou. I was there a year anil a liuU and it was like break ing up housekeeping to leave- 1 only ; plan on staying until next summer, tliougli, tor 1 still have my mind sel ou school at Oakland, Calif., and J j should have enough saved by that time I "The only cold weather I have see: for some time, SETH STANTIAL WRITES. having been lucky I ■enougli to winter south or in Italy most j of tin- time, anil though it is eight above it feels chilly. "A letter received today from Grange I villi- states tin- same old team is on tlie A- A F- wagon, or at least the grey That's some horse. I'm coming hack , some day if only to drive him again." Seth drove, the delivery wagon to, the A A F. store for a nun.lier „f I _years and is well known to all the i old resid of the community. He is I now on tlie S S Swifteaele ' 8 ■ , ... „ . . No Action laken by Commissioners Re gardmg Employment of Agent | No ai tion lias lxs n taken as yet by tlie «uml o (-oiiiity^^commissioners re- ' ga id mg the employment ol a county paid members lx>fore the present drive was eomph-'ml. and that an agent was tux oea. A petition for the eontinuance of the office was also presented and investi gation shows^mnny persons have sign ed both petitions. , * aieys to Valley County ( minty Agent Ralph M. Pavey mid fiiinily will leave Sunday morning for Boise where Mr. T avey will report to the extension department in oonnec- i tion with his appointment as county I agent for Valley county witli head quarters at Cascade- W'liile here the : Paveys have made many warm friends who regret their departure Txm Davis, a painter and paperhang er of Kooskia, who was found ln his home alxmt a month ago with a bullet wound in his head, died today. It be Ing stated that death ensued from ! tuberculosis. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Fnl. ] 1er of this city, will leave Friday morn! ing for Kooskia to attend Hip funeral diva sod being n brother of Mrs. Fuller Deceased is survived by the widow ! several children and brothers and sis | FARM AGENT PROBLEM. I/ON DAVIS DEAD . ters. BOUND OVER TO DISTRICT COURT. Hear Probate Court Holds Pratiaaiiu ing of Boles and Rooke T The preliminary hearing of Herbert S. (Saxby) Boles and John E- Rooke, charged with mttie stealing on com plaint of W- A- McMahon, was held in the prohate conit today before Judge John K. Byrom. After examining a | number of witnesses by the proseeu tion, the ease was given to Judge By- ; rom for decision, the defense refraining from putting in any testimony. At 11 session of the court tonigiit. Jmtg B.vrom held the defendants to the dis t . ourt ln the MUn ()f , 1500 each Bonds will lie furnished ou Friday morning. Attorney M. R- Ilattnhuugh appear ed for Mr. Boles, E. M- Griffith for Jack Rooke. .and the state was repre sented by County Attorney B- Auger. MRS. MARY ROGERS CALLED With Husband, M. F. Rogers. Settled at Greencreek in 1897. Mrs. M. F. Rogers, well known pio neer resident of the Greencreek sec tion, died at her home last Friday night and was buried in tlie cemetery adjoining the Hopewell church, funeral services lielng conducted by Rev- O. A Cooper of tile Orangeville Christian church, Monday forenoon- The funeral was directed by Undertaker A- J. Maugg. Mary Josephine Roger's maiden name was Keeny, was born Feb- 1. 1X53 in Mûries county. Mo. On April 1S 'L she was married to John A. Johnson. To them were horn six child lv "! " f 'vb-.m pfeced.sl her n <' atl >; Sh*i united with her husband in the Catliolic church. Mr. Johnson died Ma " !h Ul, 1S.X3. In December 1X83. she witli the l hurch of Christ, of wl > 1 ' h sh " remained a member. Shp was married to M F. Rogers on ^ uly . tk( *- v d a * -John, VA n and in No '• mber, 1897, removed to the Green freek section, where they took up ai h " , " estpad an<1 wh<?re they slllt,e **-1 _ sun ' lved ,alld ' M F Rogers, four lo ^ 'ii Jr- JohnH,>1 \ aud r * e J°J> asön * (,r «rcencreek. and Peter Jenson of St. John Wn I'ya brother James Keeny. of Lindell, Mo., and a sister, Mrs. M H Wallace, of Belle. Mo. Jpf ifar hus *01 is, James.! ODD FELLOWS INSTALL. Tlie following ofifeers were Install ed by Mt. Idaho lodge No 7 I O. O. p at tU) . regular »«-**»* hdd last Saturday night: Rjgjit supporter to noble grand—J j p Hurrlinan. [ Ix , ft S( . 0IIP supporter— F. W. Miller ! inner guard— W- J- Bravhrook 0lltor „, mrd _ w s Jackson ; chaplain— C, K Krakau, U i Kht supixirter to vice grand—,1. p P( , p j supporter to vice grand George I Watkins Noble grand— B- H. Decker. Vico grand— M- H. Baulch. Secretary—H. Taylor Treasurer—H. Rotliwell Left supporter to noble grand—!.. L. Smith. Warden—John Mundt. Gonductor—George Cnmninck Uight scene supporter—George Bris i Trustees_J P Ilarriman H Tav I rôhn Rriieoe- 1 a ma ' lay j _ i>riri u isk 1IOMF I ' _' | ... c , . ... *-o«'ul Lodge Secures Y. M- C- A. Build , ,,,R ' ^I a ke Improiements- I At 11 *I*ctal meeting held by the i im-mixTS of Buffalo Hump lodge No. I 80. K. of P.. tonight decision was unau i u.onsly readied to elose u contract for I he purcliuse of the old Y. M. C. A. ' hutltjljig oil cast Main street for a ■ lodge home- Contraetur W. II Gamp , hell, who t iu lit the structure, stated that tlie contract price for its erection ' was 82800. amt as tin- lodge g. cureil the property fora fraction of flint sum )t £ f ' lt that a ROtM , lU -al is in the | | I0akl „ K . Tlie K. P-'s are planning some ini- ■ ' p roV eme„ts which will make tin- build jlJR a n . a i home for the mem — j charge«^™rape, Jennie Strine the 15-year-ohl step daughter of Arthur Brown of Kooskta who is resting in the county jail on a charge of rape, was brought down from Spokane the last of the week w-liere slie was an inmate of tin House of the Good Shepherd, by Conn t.v Health Nurse Miss Rose Taylor. The girl made a signed statement to Prosecuting Attorney B- Augur, re lafive to the alleged improper relations i with the Step-father, which dated back I to lust July- Brown had tlie girl plao led in the Spokane institution under : an assumed nume. The mother has lx*en located at the Olympia Hotel. Portland. At the present time Brown Is ill al tin' county jail, tixi ill to listen to the complaint charging him with rape. It is stated that before completing his sentence on an assault charge, Clark McGaffe gave Brown some Information ! regarding the penalty for conviction ] on the charge of rape, and in a few minutes Brown sank to the fhxtr and in doing so came in contact with the b«l stove receiving a slight burn on ! his forehead- On coming to he took to | his bed and has remained there since. The girl has been returned to Spokane. cni'. HOW ABE THE MIGHTY FALLEN! « « * p ' ■ * L ' Li - ? V ■ i ■ ■ ■ M k . p IV ■ . I * - ■w; - ip*: l I II U 4 % t S*:l T" ■j. This U Germany's (dost powerful dreadnaught battleship, the "Odin/ 1 built tmm si the end ol the war.' It it now a freighter. The "Odin" is shown steaming through the Kiel Canal wish s deck load ol locomotives ai The names of J00 men were drawn MEN ELIGIBLE FOR JURY I - er DUTY ,7" : .1 ' County Commissioners Draw 100 Names Tuesday for 1922 Service, Tuesday by the county eommissionerii from which the juries to serve in the district court for 1922 will lie cboatit. By precipets they are as follows : Big Ru^te precinct: Oscar Asker, F. A. SprftgUe. and William N. Nissen. Border precinct: Frank Hecker. '/ < learwHter pris-inct : J. L- ClufQ. ltal[ili R- Rideout anil J. VV. Sales. A Cottonwood precinct: Sidney M-1 Brown, Henry Rehder. John Funke, | O- D- Hamlin, N. A. Litherland, Ed. | Sonnen, David A. McKinley, J. V. Nash ! A- J. Barth, W. F. Simon, W. H- For- ; tin. H- C. Netzel. ! Deer Greek precinct: George I I David Natwick, | Bales Denver precinct: Edwin Nelson and Geo- 1). Zumwait. Dewey precinct: George Yalirous. Elk Gity precinct: land L- A .Strong. Fair view precinct: A. L. Schniadeka, i and R C. Day. l-'enn preciuct : L- H. Bowman, and Dennis Howard Ferdinand precinct: J. Rupert Ad m S ""' K 'im J 11 *? I ,ibb *Herzog, ; ileniiaii Llilenkott and I'etcr As. licn- ( brenner Forks .precinct : Ed. Fick and Jumes j Gliamlx-rlaiii. | Glover precinct: Ben II. Abell mil William I'oole- ; tile nn-dnet No i ■ Fr-mi I v-inDi-o-nlpr lohn Fov Gh is c-iuiu' ' i 1 V iVinni' Stel iha ch w G "V a »- 7- o Vin Vni Wl iiam Bar ett' J! ' V',,r \v,„' ! ' , '' ',1! t-' li! V " Hugh , ' k F ^urds 'wilhiTr Folic a , ' I ,-'.,,, * D ) . ' | ■; E H ies, Jo in P. Harriinuu, U il- . ham M iliei L R I roc tor, Riley Seay. > ' am * A - **• y "''F ,, , ' 1 , ' a ! is< '' *\l " fPI I Guthrie, Arch L. Gllkerson. I. O. /utu | wait, Charles .1 Bradbury. U R A-' .mid, Able« Flint. John Wilson. Frank | ■ 1 hosand. < . Gonger, II (■ Henderson, | M Geary and Edgar Gluts,-. Orangeville inis-im t No. 1: Ed. n ! t j C^iö^'Be« j 'ÄinC' :w K - ,wr Harris Ridge precinct: Sam T ('aid j or. on John Day precinct : Thomas D. Mar tin ami E. W Butcher. Joseph precinct: Joseph O. Keener 1 Kam iah precinct: Paul Corbett and: Clias Matlock. Kenterville preeinct : Henry Fors- j maim and Rudolph Schrooder re- Lake precinct: Ray C. Stewart ami Frank Byrne. Mt. Idaho precinct. Robert Markham 1 and Ghas- W. Hindman. Pollock precinct: Albert J. Woods- ' Rock Butte preeinct: Hcman Van Pool. ! Riggins product: George Boodry and al I Charles Cadman the •Slatix-nx-k preeinct: William Ring It 1er. . his i Stites precinct: W. E Gilder. Robin | I Lamb and O- O. Pell. | Stuart precinct: Lyle II. Cox. Ralph j Hovey and Edward Thenon. I Talus' precinct: Harry Patterson j j and C. M Day the | Westlake precinct: W. F. Eastman- ; on J White Bird precinct : C. H Lyons to [Fred Painter, Robert Cone, and Shell) ; Deimage. ; Woodland preeinct: Willie A Wood ■ ! BOOK EXCHANGE SERVICE Community Club Will Now Areomnin- ! date Citizens Who Donate Books. Tlie Community club has voted to e\- ! tend its hook service to residents of j I - range ville who contribute a hook to the chili library. Mrs- Guthrie, the dull ; librarian, is in the rest room nil day | Saturdays. , Tlie following list of tiooks lias al ready lieon donated: The Lion and the Mouse; Corporal Cameron; Peter; Bur-20 Days; The Crimson Conquest; Tlie Fair God ; Madam X; The South er no is ; St- Elmo; The Gambler: Fight, ing tlie Flames; When a Man's a Man; Tlie Sherrods- Magazines donated to tlie rest room will lie appreciated by its [latrons. j I I I dav night the Clarkston school team \v»a ()„. \i, •!«»!• h\ tin* ci c s. V, if n ,7" to 1« à d on S- rdnv it^t w n : .1 L . I./, 1 „ ■ ^-'furdny li ght won ' he,,md Sa,l,e * ,f the - 8erles in a FARM Bl REAI MEETING Will Vied at Fenu Saturday, for Elec- j tion of Officers. The annual meeting of tlie Idaho County Farm Bureau will he held at j Finn, commencing at 10 o'clock on Sat unlay. January l-tth. for tin- election '/ f and ,1 "' trajiwcthin of other imsiness, among which will lx- outlin a program for tlie bureau for 1922 A good attendance is expected and desired. | Lunch will lie served to those attcud | ing at the noon hour. ! ; G. H. S. WINS TWO. Basket Ball Team Defeat Asotin and Lewiston Tlio local high school team went I down to Lewiston tlie latter part of ! last week and on Thursday night de- j | feateil tin* Asotin aggregation at tliat 1 place with a score of 31 to 17- On Frl , . close contest witli the Lewiston pin vers the score lxdng 25 to 22 Supcriiite>i I ; de nt F. F, Lukens accompanied tlie ( team on the trip. I - Q -_ ! j PVIIHANS INSTALL Bulfido I lump lodge No. 30, Knights ; Pythias, installed officers last Mon da - v "te' 11 ,IS follows: l, ' ' Wetlierl.. chmic, Uor rum- ' mand, ' r; K F I'll»«'"- vice rlmm elk r; "' W " *«««"'•• <'Xcl,-qner: , M - «cfvcin. keeper of ... and seals "" d •*''• '*li- -r M.-C-m l I" v '''• '* Guthrie, master m < | anus. Walter F. Ba-inger master .,r . W( , r ,. . ( ; J , > , „tside guard : George D .Willey, \\ n. Gamiilx-li and M I! I Geury, trustees __ X | FAR.MEKS' UNION MEETINGS. | j ^dums. president of tlie Fir mers' Union for Washington and 1,1 1 ! t u present at tin- ..tings |,e|d ,t :,"f 7 î* ent. hixister committ,x> to ,-arrv out tlie work of the TTnlon was dÄ'd and delegate ehx-tod to tin- Nerix-rce eon ventlon. NeziK-.ee con 1 _ 0 _ , ; LOYAL GO-GUT.'ERS. j The Loyal Go-Get'Ers class had -i very good rix-ord last Sunday Imi n t ei ivant n much larger attendance next Sunday. They are having very inter 1 1 esting lessons about Elijah. ! Even though the contest is closed i ' there were as many young people pro ; sent last Sunday ns if it were not v, • over. Miss Mina Decker led by prow : and the lesson was a very helpful one | for nil. Ttie kids will entertain the: Iximlis sometime next week- Tlie .Tun . iors are still having their contest and | most of them are looking forward to the time when they will lead —Plnss Reporter. I -n j SET COURT TERMS. ; Judge Wallace N Scales has set tho dates for the 1922 terms of the dis trict court for the tenth judicial dis triet. The terms for Idaho county will convene on May 1 and October 2 ! ' MEAT MARKET SOON TO ! ! j ; | OPEN ! E. S. Sweet and Clyde H&mill i . Will Be Ready About Feb j ! Alterations are now ! icing made ln the old Smoke House building, first door west from the Importai Hotel, I preparatory to the opening of an up-t-l , date meat market by 10. S. Sweet and 1 Clyde Ilaniill, a tient February 1st. "Tlie prices now ticing paid the pro dm-er for beef cattle, sheep Iambs \ and lings, and tlie retail prices that are being maintained throughout this i district, justify the move." stated Mr Sweet, who is a veteran stock Iiuyer I and producer, and who was formerlv iu the meat market business in this I city. Mr- 11m hi ill was also in the same! line of business a few years ago. tie- 1 ing associated with John Kelly, in the firm of Kelly A Haniill. in a statement to the editor regard j ing the new enterprise, Mr. Sweet re I marked that he had sufficient beef I cattle, sheep, etc . to supply u market I for a whole year Both gentlemen being pioneers of tin* iiiiiniMiiilv and Inning previouslv en in tl,is alld li, »' a of'busi n " SSi t,M ' v :n, ' w *' 1 * known to must of P«-P«- "f the entire section _ _ JOHN It VERSEHE \RD FROM M MHMl. i ruary 1st. j j ! j 1 I ,,a '<' Hail Heavy Rainfall at Raker I Game Plentiful ! l oder dale ot la unary 5. Juliu Byers 1 1 Bakersfield. • alii., known t -'"s mid win. ovn- mi a- rouge truer 1,1 1 east part ol iliis city, writes l, "' matters ix-i-tuining to his ' 1,1 tile slate Among other tilings ".tcd h. had recently sen ' !l ;*'' d M at tlielr '<•'* *'»rr.v s in Bakersfield .and Ihm l "' | a ''<'r very often Larry < ross ,s working in a meat market. I here a re lot s ot government plums , in actio:, a s as six or seven «oing over my house in a roupie of 'hi.'s." says Mr Byers In a reeent stork judging Mr. Byers' youngest son lames s< ed -in, ph.e'e i„ judging h gL wdlion having previous sehmd traf, dug n, e prim i pal of tin- high sehool nr Bakersfield was killdd hv an ant, 'he 3ml day of January While remov a ph!nc hé '.o'.he snow." said Mr Bvers—Mv how w ,., MIG some 35 „dl^b ,1 " 1 " Sunday night until I'm-d-iv (muting expedition They secunxl hits , of quail and rabbits. They also ; an old doe and two fawns" ' Mr. Byers promises his Idaho friends -i plenty of fresh eggs, which are (in .. |x-r dozen, and voting rann- r-ibhit if they will visit him at his i!nk-oi U fi..ni 1 home. ! i Will visit , .,,Among ; ' L (KEEK. • -, . . ,. : wn,n,,ss, ® ,, ^rs Will Investigate Pro | . I*° aed ç f ' v Route for Road the: A delegation f,-,,,,, Gottonwood np , "'. ar, ' < lH ' f,, re the Ixmrd of county com ! 1 ," ss, " nels Monday H'lative to the to '■tavecreek road for which tho hoard J' ow has *3(1.000 of state money- The ' otfonwoixl gentlemen have a propos *' d ( ,lall K<' for the road to top out troni the Grave creek canyon which Is said lesson the amount of m "" road to he constructed which «"'««l divert more of the money to put. Lug the present road in siiape. The «"umissioners will visit tliut section 0,1 Monday liefere rendering decision who is well a large number of our eiti ; contest ■cur on at ,, , li^taut on BURGLARY BY ri CHARGED Dwight Anderson and Wife, Well Known Here, Now in County Jail. Dwight Anderson and wife, well known residents of tids section, were taken into custody Monday at Stites by Deputy Sheriff Chester Arnold, and later in the day lodged in the county jail at tills place ou charges of bur gin ry With a search warrant in his posses sion the deputy sheriff searched the Anderson home on Clear Crook, locat ed twelve miles above Stites, und found great piles of Indian blankets, saddles chaps, books, boxes of files that had never been used, and other merchun- » dise. Tlie prisoners were -taken lie fore Justice of tlie Peace- J. B. Burney of Stites, where they pleaded not guilty According to Mr- Burney tlie books found lu tlie Anderson homo were identified as the property of the Bat tle Ridge school district, and other articles were recognized as stolen prop. ' orty Five complaints have been made against tlie Andersons ns follows; H. Oliver, raerehant; Will Hardman, merchant, Stites; Battle Uiilge school district; John Roland, Kooskin ; and lid Rahoin, Stites, the two latter being Indians ! C. The accused were unable to furnish i ,,OIKl . s w,1,ch w,,,v pimcd at #1000 by Justice Burney. 1 H« further alleged that Anderson j was caught ln the act of robbing a ! chicken house in that neighborhood and the owner on hearing the commo tion made by the fowls, grabbed * hot * u " a " d W«*«* «» fleol " a 1,1 a " Il |'P« rts ala< > atete »"»» He «"is arrest I !"*' a a,, »Har eharg.; n few yean , huolt whlh> a reai<U ' ut " f Mt Idaho - 1 \ i , , , „ . •'»'»•"aled Sunday School Also Enjoy I ad Weiner Roast, r *** l< ' Federated Sunday si-hool enjoy I ,,<1 " r, ' al rollicking, roaring jolHftcn Ii,,n 1,1 f " riu " f « coasting party 1 Monday evening. A large bonfire was lmilt t,u ' top of tlie hill on Bridge 'street near its junction with Meadow strut. 'Hot dog i''' 1 ! '' s regaled tlie moments between ,l,ls| os down the icy hill. The evening wus 0 perfect one. Just cold enough to Ki'<' the air a pleasant tinge, no wind nioonliglit that forbade tlie niglit grow cold. Nearly two liundred young and old. boys and girls, men and of " <» 111 ** 11 . nmelo tho air rinpr with jolly s until mature judgment reckoned on the oneonilng day and reluctantly ,1 "' ^ rt > ly "in.inished with tha wigh tlmt <( ,|,er nights of like or siml i lar sport might lie enjoyed C. K Krakau, superintendent of tho Federated Sunday school, was tlie or iginator and moving spirit of tlie oc casion. c Preliminary hearing will lx- held at Stites on Monday. January 18. COASTING PARTY sandwiches and 1 .. . " Hl Orchestra <<> \W*»t id ( enn-rt and Dame 1 Amcricmi Legion has made « 'i'i'T*. ÎT in , Î a ' * owe 1< onc-rt » „r ( hu-ago I he Hall **«'* !! < '»neert ( « is on its sixteenth «"•>««! f-nr of the northw.*st. and thta of Wl11 l "' n "' third time they have up |»-ared in GrnngrviHe under the nr hits GIVEN SURPRISE PARTY. Former neighbors and friends of Mr. ' ,ni1 Mrs - - T F Lester gathered at t, "' ir f| uYu home a few days ago and if sta «'' d !l n ' a ' surpi ise party the ovon '"g lxdng spent in social intercourse and delicious refreshment occupying a prominent place timse present were the follow ing: Mr and Mrs Emmet Holman and Raymond and Robert: Mr. and Mrs Pro- George Turner: Roy. Willie and Flar old Turner: Mr ami Mrs. Win Barrett np Patsv and Betty Jane. Later (tie par t.v was joined by the Lester's nelghlxir, the Geo Manning, and daughters Zelma and Lnvorna. also Miss Edith Wilkins, The "NEWS BOY" EVANGELIST HERE. out The Boy Evangelist, Rev. Currier. "'ill ap|x*ar at Hie Opera house at 7:30 of tonight and each night this week. CK car B Pntmont. ns soloist and musical put. dircitor. will have charge of the sing The ing- Rev. Currier says: "We pray for tlie si.-k, so tiring your sick ones." TIIE IIALI.OWELL'S COMING. ante pices ol lb,' American Legion. On their previous trips their appearances were greatly appreciated : ami it is due to Iliis favorable comment of the pub lic. that the Legion lias decided to nisi their appea ruiu-e an annual event tw, on It "lias been generally those wh vious entertainments. «»needed, by have attended tlie two pro fitât there has seldom Ix'en a more talented troup of higl at ■ •lass entertainers nppear in Grangeville. and tlie Legion is to he commended for their effort in securing ,, tiles,' high class entertainers for the , people of Grangeville on on the program. Admission is free.