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THE RAIHDRIIN TRIBUNE
ESTABLISHED I 89» CULP BROS., Publishers & Proprietors. J. R. M CULP. Editor. PUBLISHED FRIDAY OF EACH WEEK. TERMS: OirB YKAR. ir PAID IK ADVAKCB. II.00 Bix Months. •inolb Copiss. To all subscribers outside of the United States »1.60 per year. so .5 "Entered April 28,1903. at Rathdrum. Ida ho, as second-class matter, under Act of Oongress of March 8. >879. Advertising—Locals 6c a line, each inser tion. Readers 20 lines or more 25c per inch each insertion. Cards of thanks and resolu tions 5c a line. Display advertisements of three inches or over 10c pei; Inch each inser tion; less than three inches 1214c per Inch. On the eve of the establishment of a world league of nations to keep peace, events show that ser ious differences must yet be com posed between leading powers before their policies will square with the purposes of the league. War has not removed the causes of war. Some nations are still implacable in their aspirations. Some inconsistencies are still to be found after months of peace par leying. The world finds difficulty in accepting President Wilson's idealism. Italy insists on having the Dalmatian coast; Japan de mands the Shantung peninsula; there is yet a secret treaty between Japan and Great Britain, which is contrary to the league constitution; the temper of the Hun under the peace terms is an unknown quanti ty; and bolshevism still stalks un certainly across the Russian steppes. However, the situation is net discouraging, only interest ing and fraught with possibilities that call for vigilance. The boys are being returned from Europe at a rapid rate, and their joy at being brought back is not less than the joy of those to whom they are returning. Strangf. to say, the reports from over the country indicate that the Victory liberty loan drive is lag ging some. Investors should hurry. A mean man seems to think that the end justifies the means. USE VICTORY FLOUR Highest Patent Made from selected Montana Hard Wheat. —Every Sack Guaranteed by— SPOKANE FLOUR MILLS I Want Cash Fir and Tamarack LUMBER at Greenup's Mill 2x4's, 2x6's, and boards, $13 per 1000 ft. Now's the Time to Build ✓ This lumber is all trimmed. You can't beat it. THE SCHOOL COLUMN. FROM THE SCHOOL School Notes. Last Friday was Arbor day and hence clean-up day at school. Every one pitched In with a will and the! grounds were transformed. Tne Grade building bad earned a quarter day holiday by virtue of go d attend ance. The High School finished the job, even tho it took fill 5:30. The students had brought wieners and sandwiches, and the faculty provided ice cream and doughnut*, which were relished after the grounds had been raked and trees trimmed A committee was sent up the mountain to secure three birch trees to be planted as memorials to those represented on our service flag, who died in the service of our country. The committee failed to find suitable trees, hut this sacred task will not be delayed beyond Ibis week-end. II.00 so .5 Ida of of to be is The Courlis Standard Test in arith metic was given ihruout the school from the Fourth Grade up, last Monday. The pupils making the best score in their respective classes follow: Fourth Grade—(Miss Robertson)-Leslie Cady " " —(Miss Berry)—Helen Wisdom Fay- Williams Thelma Forbes Gena Monaco Irene Burrell Addie Martin Fifth • " Sixth Seventh " Eighth " High 8ehool The Courtis Standard Practice drills are being continued and the pupils scored as to time and accuracy. The first week of this work has shown very satisfactory results in the majority of the pupils. Last Wednesday an excellent Assembly was given. The main feature being that it was different. 3 min. talk—91st Parade, —Stella Thompson 3 min. talk—Flying Circus, Lawrence Edelbtute Piano Solo, / Lillie Herrlr^ 3 min. talk—Spring Cleanup, a —Linda McCoid i The Seniors are busy practicing their play which will be given some time during the last week of school. The date will be announced later. The name of the play will appear next week. is —E. L. E. '19 PIONEER LADY IS DEAD Funeral of Mrs. Sarah Satchwell This Afternoon. Mrs. Sarah Satchwell, a pioneer lady of Rathdrum prairie, died Tues diy afternoon at her home a few miles south of town, after several months of failing health. She had reached the age of 73, and leaves six sons and several grandchildren and great grandchildren. The funeral is to be held this after noon. The procession will leave the house at 2 o'clock and the service at the church will be a® 2:30, It fs announced. of æ^Sm mi m % £ << \ I !'• II II «mm fJ Am i\ « < I •: s. .. % j » Wm à i ivk j. •K, ft? HL ■ 1« fel \\\v i ) 'IS A m Vr * Usco * 7m Sm V : : fÀ Ir mtsm ' rSpjaSs ye ;n ' m « m ■ ' V' .V> ■Si m* mmm wt « A ' ' Chain ' « $ t %: v ■>i •-'I A 1 1*W fü£l£ WÉMÛ %%% m ,Y ' mm m ...» msBê ■ VJ', m .V äBs &X. 6/U. VS, A i A 1»! WB u% 9 Here's the way m we look at it Up % sS> Just for a miaute, look at tie tire proposition from our standpoint. We are in the tire business here, to stay. We can remain in business only so long lj we i lease our customers. Consequently, it pays us to handle good tires—United States Tires. They're the tires we sell. They're the tires you should use. We have them to meet every need of price or use. United States Tires am Good Tires We know United F. L. FARNSWORTH, J. J. FEELY, States Tires are good tires. Rathdrum, Idaho. ( t W. T. McDANILE, Athol, Idaho. That's why we sell them. F. 0. REYNOLDS, Post Falls, Idaho. M. M. GAISER, Spirit £ake i i , Idaho. LAID TWO EGGS IN ONE DAY r fs LAID TWO EGGS IN ONE DAY Feat of Partridge Rock Pullet Own ed In Rathdrum. A chicken that lays two perfectly formed eggs in one day is a wonder in the poultry world, of Rathdrum has an eleven H. R. Saunders months old thorobred Partridge Rock pullet which performed this feat on April For the previous ten dajs the pullet had attracted attention by lay ing a large double-yolk egg third day,thus giving sufficient warn ing so that she could be watched and her unusual performance of April 2S fully authenticated. Such an has occured only about twenty times, according to records in poultry lore. Mr. Saunders has two other Part 28. every event ridge Rock pullets of the same strain, but so far they have not shown a di.s position to emulate the record of their co-worker, altho they are laying regularly every day. Here Are the Terms— And They're Easy 10 Per Cent With Application 10 Per Cent. . 20 Pqr Cent.. 20 P Cent_ 20 Par Cent___ 20 Per Cent . VICTORY LOAN. -July 15 -Aug. 12 -Sept. 9 -Oct. 7 -Nov. 11 The official Victory picture, "The Price of Peace," will have more than 3000 feet of film and will show reels of actual fighting on the Western front during the closing days of the war. In addition, ten pictures, staging curately as possible some of the most heroic deeds performed by Americans on the battlefields, w ill be used in tically every moving picture theater In |^e United States. as ac prao r long busy place of trade For Centuries, as Today, All Eastern Roads and Caravan Routes Meet at Aleppo. From time Immemorial Aleppo has been a meeting place of roads caravan routes, alike from the West and from the uttermost East. r_ c tively and literally, all roads still, to day, In Asia Minor, and from the South, lead to Aleppo, while greatest bazars is to be found chandlse from the ends of the Brass and silver work from Chinese ivories and and Figura in its mer earih. India ; porcelain ; lac quered bowis from Japan; carpets and rugs from everywhere where carpets and rugs are woven, from China to the Bosporus, and so on, almost indefinite ly. Nothing else, as one writer justly remarks, gives such an idea of Alep po s importance as one of the great clearing houses of the East t $ f ^ * * ^ ns these enormous, unending, vaulted baza lined with shops and thronged people. Tlie grand bazar of Starubui Î 8 «rent of its kind, but the Aleppo bazar Is altogether greater. "You mar wander in it for and never seem rs. with k a couple of hours to go over the same ground twice; always fresh rmnlHen tiens come into view and give a choice of fresh turnings to he taken." of Half-Way Point. Justine lived The two next door to Betty, were constantly together Occasionally their mothers thought best to keep them One day Betty "Mother. Justine Can I go over there? "No, not today.» her mother said N\eH ; then, we will sit on the fence and visit," said Betty. C " in the It apart for n while, came in nnd can't come said : over. h the Women will never make good juries until they get to be as ignorant as men. on r T R U T E S T ! * ! BRAND TRACTOR ENGINE AUTO HARVESTER ! i « OILS « t KEROSENE Farmern write for prices. i * True's Oil Co. * « « -i Spokane, Wash. « t MORE FOR CREAM $ f V\ e retail our butter direct ^ to the consumer and there fore pay * * MORE FOR CREAM ^ Many in<iuii-ies are coming In dally from Dairymen who want MORE FOR CREAM k —Write For Tags ? W J. B. CHANEY b-'-t N. Post Street SPOKANE, WASH. Wise men of the same siz, 2 . and fools may wear ha'S Catarrh Cannot Be Cured with local applications, as they CaSnrrh r ® ac h the seat of the disease. I s a lo< ' al disease, greatly In in S. constl tutional conditions, and intnrn*i e i r , t0 c j lre ft y° u must take an c?nt ♦ol med Y HaI1 ' s Catarrh Medl the 6 bîood on the erna " y a " d aCtS thrU system. ,, ,,, mucous surfaces of the nrwiïLi k 8 Catarrh Medicine was h tmL b ™ by . one , o£ the best Physicians 's country f° r years. It is com comhi so ™?, °f the best tonics known, purified T? sorne of the best blood the Jdl® P er T f ect combination of cine Vl tB ir \ HaI1 's Catarrh Med' rèsulT inlat 1 Produces such wonderf. te2umon"al C s at free al conditlons - Send ^ Props - Toledo - ° HaI1 ' 3 Family Puis for constipation.