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When Irish Eyes Are Smiling u 99 A Comedy Drama in Three Acts r Founded on a Late Popular Novel, Dramatized by Miss Edith Wright Produced Under t he Auspices of the Young Peoples Class of the Christian Sunday School, bv a Select Cast, with Miss Wright in the Star'Role Opera House, Sat. Eve, Mar. 15 Cast of Characters ETHEL CHICHESTER,, and haughty . CHRISTIAN BRENT hut unhappy . ALARIC CHICHESTER, English dude . MRS. CHICHESTER, lisli gentlewoman . an English barris cold .MISS RATLIFF married .LLOYD STEVENS t an .NORMAL STELLMOX «S & an Eng .MISS CURLESS HAWKES ter .;. J ARV1S, a butler . PEG O'CONNELL, American girl . SIR GERALD ADAIR, executoi of the Kingsnorth will. a maid . .PAUL BLAKE .NOLEN HOLLEN I hi an Irish : .MISS WRIGHT ■, Vs - X F 8 .CLAUDE MILLER .MISS COLE ■ BENNETT i V ■ ETHEL, a Product of English Society, Cold and Haughty Specialties p i From 8 to 8 ;30. Piano and Violin numbers by Misses Zoe Curless, Blanche and*Marie Rowe and Mr. Albert Larson. Song—"When Irish Eyes Are Smiling" —Chorus. First Intermission. Reading—Curry Felt. Jr. Vocal solo—"Mother Machree"—EJIma Cook. Violins solo— Albert Larson. Song—"A Little Bit of Heaven"— Chorus. - •» - v V'ÄS « t:. !k V Second Intermission. Irish Comedian—Curry Felt, Jr. Reading—Maude' Jamison. Song— Ileart ''—Chorus. Reading—Miss Herrington. "Peg O' My ' j Seat Sale Begins Next Monday at Leo's Pharmacy, 35c and 50c JERRY, of the English Upper Class, but Unafraid of Work and Not Predjudiced Against Ireland r =G 0 L D= STANDARD =FL0UR= Is Again on the Market 1 The government has re moved all restrictions on the millers and we are now making Gold Standard the Best High Patent Flour obtainable You Want the Best Insist on the Best Ask Your Grocer for Gold Standard Flour 99 EAT MORE BREAD NEZPERCE ROLLER MILLS U 13 Now Nominate by Convention. Boise, March 3.—Governor Davis signed the direct primary act to-day which eliminated the state-wide primary for the nomi nation of congressional, state and judicial candidates and substi tutes state convention for part ies. This action Avas taken through an agreement reached Avith legis lative leaders and the governor that the former Avould amend the signed laAv removing some of the objections' .the chief executive has to it. The legislature kept its Avord and introduced and passed under suspension of the rales the amendments. They change the date of the primary from the third to the second Tuesday in August and permit those desiring to run for office, in the event they are not select ed, to become candidates on pe tition signed by members of their party. The Red Cross Workers. There is much Avork noAv on hand at the Red Cross sewing room and there is need of more workers. Tavo days each Aveek .are hoav devoid to this service in Nezperee—Tuesdays and Thursdays. The ladies in atten dance last Tuesday Avere : Mrs. Roy Thompson, supeiwis or. Mrs. Olive Cox. Mrs. A. A. Hunter. Mrs. J. W. Akin. Mrs. Harrv Mitchell. Mrs. J. D. MeCown. Mrs. Thompson Avas also in at tendance on the last preA-ious sewing day reported, but her name Avas inadvertently omitted from the list. Woman's Statement Will Help Nez perce. "I hated cooking because whatever I ate gave me sour stomach and a bloated feeling. I drank hot water and olive oil by the gallon. Nothing help ed until I tried simple buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc., as mixed in Adler-i ka.'' Because it flushes the entir# bowel tract completely Adler-i-ka re lieves any case sour stomach, gas or constipation and prevents appendicitis. The instant action is surprising. City Drug Store, Nezperee. " When Irish Eyes Ai'e Smil ing"—Saturday, March 15th. Î THE HOLIDAY By HELEN M. PATTERSON. (Copyrlglit, ISIS, by the McClure Newspa per Syndicate.) "Thursday Is a lioliday," said pretty Edith Sawyer to the three girls who occupied all the space of her small bedroom. Do stop your knitting, Ruth, for a few minutes, and let us plan what we will do. I want to en joy every minute of the day." "Of course we do," echoed dark-eyed Minnie. will be home for the holiday, it be fun to have a picnic party and spend the day at the beach?" Some of the boys we know Won't "But that Isn't aything new," ob Jected Hazel. "I spend most every Sun- ! day at the bench. Let us go Into the ' country." "But this will be different, Hazel. | We will all take a lunch and picnic. Then we con dance and swim and have 1 lots more fun than we could going out Î Into the country, where you can only-1 gaze at a cow and get bitten by mosqul- 1 toes. Besides, I know the boys would much rather spend the day where they , can dance and have some fun. Don't | you think so, Ruth?" Minnie asked of ! a vivacious, curly-linlred girl, busily I working with knitting needles. "If you will promise not to tell," j said Ruth, mischievously, "I will Im you my last week." "Well, It's like this," said Ruth. "Be ing tired of the city, and all such amusements, I decided to spend the day In the country, looking at the cow, that Minnie said would be there. As I don't «ke to spend the day alone, I invited five very congenial people to go with me so we are going to take a lunch, startearly and spend the day in the most delightful place that I know of.' There were looks of consternation and amazement on all the girls' faces. They had always considered themselves Ruth's particular friends, and now to hear they had been slighted by their favorite for more congenial company made them somewhat chagrined. "I didn't mean to offend you girls," hastily went on Ruth, "and I'm sure you won't be when I tell you my com pany will be Mrs. Morgan's live kid lets." "Mrs. Morgan's five children ! Are you crazy, Ruth Sanborn, to spend your holiday taking care of babies?" asked Minnie. "No, not quite crazy, Minnie," an swered Ruth, laughing ; "but, you see, I knew Mrs. Morgan wanted very much to see her youngest brother, who is at Camp -, so I just suggested to her that she and hubby should motor to the camp and I would take the chil dren, including baby Robert, and spend the day'In the country. She was so grateful that I wondered I hadn't thought of it before." The astonished girls watched Ruth disappear through the open door, and then, when the door was closed, voiced their sentiments. "I don't know what alls her. She has been rather moony ever since the night she was rescued from the fire by that young man, and she doesn't even know his nqme or hasn't seen him since," commented Hazel. "I guess she is dreaming of finding him some day," added Edith rather sar castically. Thursday dawned bright and clear, a regular July day, and eight o'clock found Ruth engaged in helping Mrs. Morgan dress the children, who were all excited at spending the day In the country with "Aunt Ruth," as they called her. The place Ruth had chosen for the outing was all that she had described to the girls. The day passed quickly, and as soon as the long shadows began to appear the six happy picnickers, with the empty lunch basket, started for home. When they were In sight of the road Ruth was surprised to see a large automobile stop, evidently wait ing for them. The two older children hurried on ahead, and Ruth soon heard their cries of "Uncle Jack ! Uncle Jack !" and saw them affectionately greeted by a large man In uniform. Her heart began to beat uncomfortably fast. Where had she seen him before? Instantly her thoughts fleAV back six months to a burning building and to a young man Avho had found her lost and groping her way In the smoke, led her carefully out and then, as soon as she was safe, disappeared, heard Ijttle Mary say, "This Is Uncle Jack. He came back with mamma and has come to take us home. Aunt Ruth." "I suppose Ave are properly Intro duced," said Uncle Jack, smiling, and then, as he took Ruth's proffered hand, "My little girl of the fire !" he ex claimed. "And you are my knight, who disap peared so quickly I didn't even thank you," said Ruth. "I had to," replied Jack, "hut If you won't object I'll promise not to hurry away again." Ruth did not object, as her blushing face told. Like in a dream she A Pose. "Jlbway's favorite remark Is, 'What's doing In Wall street today?' " "So It Is," replied Mr. Twobble, In disgusted tones. "And It's nothing In the world hut p. silly affectation, in tended to impress anyone who happens to OA-erhear him." "Is that really so?" "Of course. Jibway never bought a share of stock In his life. For all Wall , street means to him, he might just as well ask, 'How's the rajah of Cawnpur today?"—Birmingham Age-Herald. SEND ME THE BILL ***6^ « \ fOJV Wa ■Ipj&k 5 I P 1 Mr ;;-x A imJfM fV /A 1 yû/. , l r » < fWi V h:.h m £3 A 8 is, A?. -î mf ». ■» ■ÿîf 1 , vj-v, » ..-j dV m «■î S' j Notice is hereby given, that on the 11th day of March A D 11919, between the hours of eight 0 > elo ' ck in the forenoon and se v Cn , , , . ... o clock in the afternoon on said day, a special election w held by the qualified electors re siding on the lands within the boundaries herein be low set forth, and for the pur pose of this election the lands within the boundaries of the pro posed district shall two election precincts as follows: Russell Precinct shall all of Russell and Greer Pre cincts not included within any duly organized Highway District. Nezperee Precinct shall prise all of East Nezperee West Nezperee and JVIohler pre cincts not included within' any organized Highway District. The polling place of said elec tion in Russell precinct is hereby designated as the I. O. O. P. hall in Russell; and the polling place of said election in Nezperee precinct is hereby designated as the Village Hall in the Village of Notice of Election For Creation )e contained constitute comprise com and of Prairie Highway Dis trict of Lewis County, Idaho. Nezperee. The qualifications of an elec | tor to vote at said election shall be Ihe same at that of a voter at any general election held in the State of Idaho with the addition al provision that the elector must be a resident within the boundar ies of the proposed highway dis trict and no previous registra tion shall be necessary. Said election is to be held for the purpose of determining whether or not a highway dis trict shall he created under the provisions of Chapter 55, Session Laws of 1911 of the state of Ida ho, and the amendments thereto and thereof, to he known cs the "Prairie Highway District" of Lewis County, Idaho, The lands to he included with in sueh proposed district arc set out in the petition and by map ! % Over Fatten i Your Butter-Fat Profits ! One Million V I ILLIONS of dollars are wasted every year by American farmers—through wasteful cream separa tion. Swedish farmers don't waste any cream. They can't afford to. They have to make every- penny o£ profit possible. That's why the most popcflhc separator in Sweden today is the M m I n i r CREAM I separator; Here is the separator we sell '■ .-cause we can guarantee It to skim down to a mere trace. Furthermore, because it is made by the most economical and efficient methods in the la.gest cream separator factory in the world, it is sold at a lower price. Investigate the Viking. Come into our store and let us demonstrate it to you. Let us prove that it is the easiest run ning, the closest skimming, the longest lived , separator made. i A i i Guaranteed For *A Lifetime Nick Laier f i | on file in the office of the Clerk of the Board of County Commis sioners of the county of Lewis, state of Idaho, to which refer ence is hereby made, and said lands proposed to he included are enclosed within the following de scribed boundaries, to-wit: "Beginning at the center of section 29, township 34 north, range I east, B. M, ; thence east three miles; thence north to Lit tie Canyon creek; thence down Little Canyon creek to the north line of township 35 north, range 1 east ; thence' due east on said township line to the middle of the channel of the (Tearwater river; thence up the Clearwater river to its intersection with the north line of Section 26, town ship 35 north, range 2 east B. M. ; thence west to the northwest corner of said section 26; thence due south to the Lawyer's Can yon creek; thence up said Law yer's Canyon creek to its inter section with the north and south [centerline of Section 20, town ship 33 north, range 1 oast; thence due north to the place of beginning." The question to be submitted to the electors of said proposed district at said election and for and upon which they shall east their ballots is as follows: Prairie Highway Dist. Yes (x) Prairie Highway Dist. No (x) Dated at Nezperee, Idaho, this 17th day of February, A. D. 3919. E. L. Schnell, Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners of Lewis County, Idaho. Latest—Commencement and graduation folders -and invita tions at the Herald office. Priced right. Wanted—Desire to rent a fur nished or unfurnished house. In Buckley, Nez for C. W. quire peree Hotel. 2 * For Sale—Beardless for seed. Mark Means Co., Lew iston, Idaho. Barley 39av4.