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M At the home of Mr*. Thrall Thurs-1 day la*t a pretty little dinner party wu given for Mr*. William Allen. The group of six girls were friend» and all employes of the Golden Store. Mr. and Mrs. Allen will leave Monday for Lo* Angeles, where they will make their home. A center mound of fall flowers decorated the table, with place cards of varied de sign. The evening was spent in vis iting. During the week the girls presented Mrs. Alien with a pretty gift of friendahip. • • e Friday evening of last week a group of the younger maids and boys enjoyed an evening at the home Mr and Mrs. Lou Burton, with Miss Wi'ma Burton and Miss Fynette Guthrie as hostesses, birthday party was in honor of their birthday* occurring within the week. Some twenty friends made the even The joint ing a merry one, with a birthday lunch served during the evening's gaieties. • • ■ Mr. and Mrs. Guy Knox were at home Sunday evening to 10 guests, friends invited in for an evening of pleasure. A jolly time was enjoyed with cards, Mrs. Harry Knox and Hugh Crabtree winning high score. The hostess served at a late hour a delicious luncheonette. a Mrs. C. W. Skinner entertained Saturday with a l o'clock luncheon and seven tables of bridge. Robert Burlingame carried away the prise for high score and Mrs. L. B. Fry for low. Mrs. Chapter I. P. E. O., met in regular session Monday at the home of Mrs. H. D. Carmichael. At the c'ose of i the business session a social time was had. with dainty refreshments served by the hostess. j ! Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Cockrill were honor guests of a surprise party on ; Tuesday evening at their home on ! Johns avenue. The party was given by the Golden Rule group, of which Mr. Cockrill is one, and included 18 in the evening's merriment. The sur prise was complete. Mr. Cockrill. ar riving from the store at about 7 o'clock, found in the kitchen a group of the women and an abundance of choice supper dainties. Mre. Coekri'.l had spent the day in Boise and re turned later to g ree t the happy bunch. Supper was served by the guests and a jolly time spent during the even-! ing hour*. Mr. and Mrs. Cockrill will move to their new home in Boise some time next week. They were presented with an electric waffle iron by their many friends. • • • Mrs. W. H. Cammerer. who has a number of small boys in her Sunday school class at the Episcopal church, I manner's^ ^ P ' e * sin,r ' anner Sunday with a picnic party.! The party included M r. and Mrs. Cam-j Supt. »nd Mr». Neml Nash had dinner guests Monday evening. Dr. 1 pham, president of the university Moscow, and Prof. C. W. Albertson of! Parma. as at Falk's Store THE OLD TRADING PLACE Groceries, Some Hardware, Lumber, Posts at the LOWEST PRICE G. W. DRISCOLL Valley Market Stewart A Killorao Fresh Meats, Groceries We Buy Your Cattle, Hogs, Chickens, Eggs, Butter, Fruit and Vegetables SEE US OR PHONE 204 merer. Ralph Hayes, E wood Holbrook Jack and Oliver Lee Fry, Keith Hol j verson. Keenan Main*, and Bobby J Tucker, Miss Ann Wagner, Miss Eii Rulejiabeth McCann, Mrs. Cockrill, Mrs. Mains and Miss Olive Dean. The par ty picnicked in Julia Davis park, Boise, and in the evening spent sever a! enjoyable hours^at^the White city, .... oij^ h entertained with a recept.on Frlda >' * ven,n * « tfce church - mtr ° ducing Rev. and Mrs. Barnes, and the new teachers of the city, auditorium was chosen for the recep tion. and wa3 decorated in the beauti ful fall foliage and flowers which are Mr. and Mrs. C-. C. Adkins were hosts for a jolly little dinner party Sunday evening. A bowl of rose pink dahlias graced the center of the table. Plates were laid for six. The Ladies' Aid of the Methodist The the year. H. W. Hollar gave the ad dress of welcome. Mr. Nash respond ed. followed by solo selections by Dr. Allen and a song by the choir. At the close of the get-to-gether even ing a cafetera lunch was served in the annex. Coffee was poured by Mrs. Whitman and Mrs. R. B. Shaw, e • • r 1 Members of the Past Noble Grand Circle were guests Thursday evening of Mrs. Frank Carpenter and Mrs. Finley Monroe. During the business session the following offivers elected for the ensuing year: Stella Chapin, president; Mrs. Ed Al an. vice president; Mrs. Cresweil, were .Mrs. secretary-treasurer It was arranged , „ , g to postpone tne October meeting until November. A good time was ôad dar ing the social hoar and over the coffee cups: St. Mary's Guild will meet Thors day, October 11 at the home of Mrs. Guy B. Mains, attend will please notify the hostess. *-• Members unable to Traak Stage Burned. Trask Brothers' stage. route from Twin Fa'ls to Boise, slid off the highway and upset two miles east of Mountain Home at 8 o'clock Tuesday night. Nine passengers and the driv er received slight bruises and a shak en 0n * »" **d Squlrr*». ^"* ie red •'J'drrel is a great favorite lD «''""'•j district* where lu i èü. * , * 1 * r *. We ** known, a u called the M pînt D »qu rre| D * chick* are*, a has «m* lw«l hshit. It Is very fijod of eating the eggs of several of our song birds. Otherwise It feeds spun pine ***.!* and ih..»e of »«>nie Th * °f L, fa ,f 8,1 brMl1 'he average person T'* ln ,. a T f ar b8l,e,1 lB o n <* '"«f !l 52 of ^e l„,f „„„Mb" VJ7 **" - . .. St*Üo««y •* Tha Index offiea. j Leaking gatoline became mg up. ignited following the accident and the stage was destroyed. ». ' An, '' ri '* plants, as well as bu«t* and ln»«-«*fs. If ranges over a large pa-I of euslern IMtlHIUMI SUBTLE CHANGES IN FROCKS ARE FORERUNNERS OF AUTUMN UIHIHIIHIIIliilllllHtllllHIUfllUlllltlMillUMIIillliMIIIINillilllllllllllHIIIItltttillHIIIII Ä 7 5 . f -S3. . fW.lt W mi ' ii \ k Æ r ÏX Lm ■ it É -«.V f W/a l l I T~>KTWKKN the out-and-out »porta r **"^ costume and dress for formal 1 wear, there Is a range of styles that may be characterized as seinlforaiaL With the approach of fall, designer* mm their attention to garments of ti ts character with an Idea of devel* oping style* that are appropriate for aftern on. Cl-epe romaine» and crepe Elizabeth are two fabrics that are being extensively used and satins, line twills and reps, in subdued Colorings, lD tn * 1Ilu * Irat:on « the Mx U a smart afternoon frock of allk canton lWp# whlch curries «,ut the skirt and blouse Idea tn g new and Interesting manner. The machine embroidery on the skirt follows a I'erstan design an«J the same pattern appears In the box 8l«*irt are plaiting on the blouse. «lightly longer than in the summer mode# an.l ara Bnlahed with cuffs .,f | th* material. Tb* costume at the rirhr •» ' Lack of Respect Dry Law Tr ragic forcement" is what Attorney General Daugherty calls the 41 months that have elapsed since the enactment of, ** VoUtemd art - if * report submitt ed to Pre ' , ' < i CT1 t Coo idge concerning wor k the federal judiciary in enforcing prohibition. An official synopsis says the report "reveals. among other things, that the Depart ment of Justice has been called upon to prosecute a member of the judici ary, prominent members of the Amer lean bar, high officials of the federal and state government, millionaires. scions of the ration's aristocracy—a ^rdid story of assassin bri berT ^ corruption that found rts way into the very sanctums wherein j the inviolability of the law was pre sumed to have been held sacred." Part of the general ack of respect for the dry law may well be laid to the pettiness of many of the enforce ment officers. Pclli®*-»» u f Enforcement Officers U Cause, Say* Daugherty. "One of the most tragic epochs in American history relative to law en For instance ; week the British yacht Frontiersman, commanded by Roger Pocock and manned by members of the Adventur er's club of London, Pedro harbor. entered San California, in the course of her trip to find a roond-the world path for British aviators. Fed eral officers promptly raided the little vessel and seized its private store of liquors and attached the boat, sort of thing only disgusts those who know the prevalence of bootlegging and moonshining by our own citizens. That loung Cow Moose Seek* Human Aid. A remarkable story comes from the lumber region of northern Minnesota of a two-year-old rambled row moose which one January day into the woiks near Camp H6. Covered with ice and mud. she had the appearance of having been mired in some beaver pond. So common in those parts is the sight of the wild moose, that the men paid little attention to her till she approached so near them that they noticed her fatigued condition. »aw The f*o«s, Pete Dubey, brought hay feed her and to soon was able to pet and nose and head. Fearing »he might be an easy prey for Wo ve* he decided to try to lead her i bam. stroke her into a He succeeded In placing hi* »rm over her neck, and, by holding a wi*P of hay a Inti* in front of her nose, coaxing her to follow him to the camp. Here she was , w ,n placed a stall, haltered and blanketed. Af ter resting she beg»* to eat the hay and grain the men gat her. She let out the •<» WM ruu... weave la ngured silk. A new f »tyle-note la evident In the short cap* falling from the shoulder* to th# waist* (line In such a manner as to suggest.' Tli# skirt la cut with a wide sleeve. of j slight tiare and la plaited only ovevj the hips. A belt of the same material, | terminating la an ornament la CO* trusting color, deines th* low walat line. * Straight Unes persist ta thin** styl««» almost to the exclusion of other treat-1 U «•»*»- Ornamentation take* Its .-us from the color of th* material and Is comined to vu«*h dull ton«* a* turtotaa Even »fielt. Mick, brown and navy, j the bead design» are ma I* In subdued f «»dor» »it«-b a* Bid g«>ld and dull silver **/<.*, 1 ' »!» *> stood among the men, bleat mg and rubbing her nose against them. When Md. Dubey had fed h*r all th* cookies from h.s jacket pocket sh. ~-«d around and trwd t* g*t h*r noe« in Left alone she retum*d j 'he pocket. when she disappeared in th* wood*, For several days afterward she return ed to the camp at night and morning to be petted and fed cookie*. - ''peratori and Minent Settle AH Difference*. 1 *' 1 ^ ned 8 two-year agreement, and minin «f ij about to be resumed. The P 80 * * lve * *he men a 10 peT cent wage ,ncrea *«- th « e.ght-hour day, eollec tiv * b « r *» in >'>* *nd revision of 8nd « b '^le». f 8Ve "P th * check-off system of col lectln * union dues. As usual the pub l,c wi '' P 8 f (or thi *« 88 ««hnimte coal wil1 h* advanced 75 cents or tl 8 ton ' Governor Pine hot believe* the ,nteT,tat * commerce commission ,>lould consider a new anthracite retum*d to the barn at her own accord. That pocket. I evening the men put her out, but she I remained near the camp. Th* fotiow ing morning she made herself at bom* around the camp until ten o'clock. Anthracite operators and miners their differences and settled all wage The worker» freight rate to help absorb th# wag* ,rurre88 *' and w » nt * the federal coal c ' >mmi **' OT1 to make public its find ' n * , 0TI P^^its and costs of mine operations and in wholesale and tail distribution. re He suggests th* 80 ACRES For Sale or Trade 32 acres cultivated, 40 acres slashed, barn 32x50, 5-room house, cellar, chick en coops and other build in*»; *ood well, rural route, 2 miles to R. R. station, 32 miles from Spokane, 1 mile to school; open ran*e. Price 14500. loan $1400. Will trade my equity or will assume. Stock and equipment if wanted, consisting of 3 horses, 7 cows, young stock and farm machinery. Federal BEN LALOR R. F. D. No. 1, Elk, Wash. other governor* join him in Mdkigf method* to prevent the higher price*. Creeuient Coo'idge he* t#« it be known that he ami the federal ageneie* will do all they can in thia line, and when congree* assembles the President will recommend auch legislation as the coal commission sponsor*. Earning tu Hunters. Hunting or trapping is iwsitively forbidden on the ranches of the un dersigned. Trespasser* wi I be cuted. By order of John James Little and Mrs. Nellis. L. Bane fUkC »•ye. Again th* Malady of Voutb. Our re.-ent n««i* un Jam** KussWl L»» wl's cuntvssi.'a *>( "lucurebl* child Fiixvt!" ha* led a eorrv*p»,ûil«m to send us the fulluwing quotation from the letters of krauklin K. Lane: "Although an 'aged emu. as 1 was once described In tuy hearing. 1 am #.e youngeai thing Inside that 1 kto«, In uiy curl oalty and my truthfulness and my Imagination and tuy deatre lu help and my belief In goodness and Justice."— Boston Transcript. - '.«• I' -I"» iml u»c*! by th.-ni for |wr«otial »<loro : • ••• It Is aot iWriniietj IV*. rU er* known I 'uettl. peer! neck tan '■n.'wn »it . was the Hr*« psrM lo wear one kls'vo Nil the fan.oo» I reveler of the Middle ages, describe* the king of Malabar s* wesrtng around his neck a neckfcce made of l*M !*rg« |»**arl* arui rtibf*«* Can't Sa Mad* ta Work. A good many motion machines bave been :n* ■ailed perpetual itedL j and the pa teat ,fn.*v records die L«*# [ hundred* of thee- The chief dlitl.-uity f with sll of them Is the vatsie the fa« 1 '^ey «1». n «t work, shown that pern*-«ual u<«(i«>* la * n tmp.rn.omty and t»v«*«t,.rs *"*''' ■£ their time ami ■rgy tempting to produce m-U a that will work. ! ' What th« 'Vuigata la The Vulgate u appilwl to th* Latta version of the .Scripture* which th* Council of Trent auih.ru.. in INML The .,i.j* r »*r»i„a. kn. m as th* Italie. le «tipp. ww*l to hav* twes ma«l* la th* H*«*oud century 10*4* of RierMliss, fin* idea «»f rest la to <>» norh teg. another ta ebang* of ociupatlon «ni *n»lr«>nm*ot. M«i*t p-.pl» and I» «tim enlt to «Jo nothing, and la r*>-r*nt:»B seek complet* change, thn* rzrapi 1 ty ing th* philosophy .«f living Mstiver* of Four Qr*at Amifimi Th* owMrn aam* of Gmt|> W »»a ."f''** «»ry Ball; at lUnk ,_ of UoW w^.r.r. Ak.gall Ea*tm«a. .nd Tb-xlor. Ru*** wit's mother Martha Hul!.»m. - Ford Reduction in Prices Effective on October 2, 1923 Ford Price» are Again Reduced Now Making Them at the Lowest Price in the History of the Ford Motor Company Numerous change» and refinement» incorporated Ford cars recently, along with the well-known Ford economy and reliability, now make this car the biggest dollar for dollar value of any car in the country. on Ford Price» have Never Been So Low or Quality so High PLACE YOUR ORDER TODAY PLAN TO HAVE A FORD BY CHRISTMAS M. M. GARAGE A Motion Picture That ie Entirely Different i I 0] I 1 * l j I A Special Special Reels Reels FOR FOR IMre MEN ONLY NIGHT 8:15 p. m. WOMEN ONLY MATINEE 2:30 p. m. 35c to ALL ( HILDKL'N I NDER U NOT ADMITTED PtaytAI at Montour Tuesday, Oct. 9th Horseshoe Bend Monday, Oct. 8th Music Pupils Mr Oliver C. J«>n*-s will mum« teaching piano and voice at the T. B. Mar g us home on .Seplemtier 12th. and thereafter each \Vcdive».la> Pupils interested piea.se phone Mrs H argus fog ap pointment . SALE BIU»8 AT THE RIGHT PRICR-INDEX PUTTER WRAPPERS AT INDEX OFFICE.