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The daily star-mirror. (Moscow, Idaho) 1911-1939, December 19, 1911, Image 4

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The Weather.
For northern Idaho; Snow tonight
and Wednesday.
BRIEF LOCAL NEWS.
It's 7 days to Christmas.
Do your shopping early!
Christmas Oranges at Washburn &
Wilson's. 20c a dozen.
70-3t
A. D. Rogers left for Deary, yester
day.
College Penants. 3 for $1. Corner
Drug Store.
70-5
Christmas Oranges at Washburn &
Wilson's. 20c a dozen.
70-3t
Calvin Shoup of Genesee, is in Mos
cow today.
Christmas Oranges at Washburn &
Wilson's. 20c a dozen.
Jesse Hedrick left for Spokane yes
terday evening.
70-3t
Christmas Oranges at Washburn &
Wilson's. 20c a dozen.
70-3t
R. L. Randall left yesterday for
Blackfoot, Idaho.
Guaranteed Fountain Pens for one
dollar. Corner Drug Store.
70-5
Christmas Oranges at Washburn &
Wilson's. 20c a dozen.
70-3t
A new electric coffee urn and per
colator has been installed at the Ida
ho hotel.
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Idaho Hotel now under new man
agement, newly renovated, solicits the
trade of the most fastidious.
Christmas Oranges at Washburn &
Wilson's. 20c a dozen.
Oscar Holen, a nephew of H. Mel
gard, who was called to Moscow by
the death of Mrs. Melgard, has return
ed to his home in Seattle.
L. W. Lull has disposed of his 14
70-3t
acre tract just north of town to C.
A. Fisher, who sold Mr. Lull his resi
dence property on Almond street.
Try a cup of good coffee brewed in
the new electric coffee urn and per
colater at the Idaho hotel. It is de
licious.
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William Leasure, formerly of this
county, arrived in Moscow yesterday
from Oregon. He recently disposed of
property near Portland and will spend
the winter with relatives in Lewiston.
It will confer a favor on the Star
Mirror if you will call us up and tell
us the news. Report your parties,
the visits of your friends, improve
ments in the neighborhood, accidents
and real estate transfers.
Miss Helene Brooks left Monday for
her home in Lewiston. Miss Brooks is
suffering from an attack of la grippe
and will remain in Lewiston until af
ter the holiday vacation. Miss Myra
Moody is taking her place in the pub
lic schools.
Masons Elect
The following officers have been
elected by Paradise Lodge, No. 17, A.
F. and A. M. of this city:
J. N. Nankervis, W. M.
M. W. Griffith, S. W.
J. G. Eldridge, J. W.
W. F. Zumhof, Treas.
Jonathan Watson, Secy.
J. Shirley Jones, S, D.
J. F. Nicholson, J. D.
Francis Jenkins, Marshal.
J. M. Aldrich, Chaplain.
W. A. Lauder, S. S.
O .H. Schwarz, J. S.
J. B. Russell, Tyler.
Troy for Good Roads.
F. M. Green, ex-county comission
er, spent the day in Moscow. Mr.
Green is an advocate of good roads,
and as county commissioner stodd for
a policy that was pleasing to a large
majority of the people. As a result
of his efforts while on the board
of the worst roads in his district
improved, notably, the Nora hill. The
citizens of Troy generally are in favor
of good roads, and the efforts of Mr.
Green always received loyal support.
some
were
For Better Roads.
Purchasing road machinery for the
An Xmas Suggestion
Something in Fry's Cut Glass. Always Useful.
Let Us Show You Some New Pieces.
FRANK KELLY
THE JEWELER
r
ORPHEUM THEA TER
Is Now in Its New Home on Main Street
FEATURE TODAY:
tt
AT THE THRESHOLD OF LIFE
99
Produced In Go-operation With the National Kindergarten 3sso
clatlon— Tin Interesting. Educational and
Sociological Subject.
44
FOUL PLAY
99
GOMING!
GOMING !
Gharles Reade'a Famous Novel
Admission 10c
Open 7:00 O'clock
WILL YOU GIVE YOUR
TWO BITS TO LIBRARY?
Have you 25 cents?
Do you get two-bits worth of sat
isfaction and use from Moscow's pub
lic library in the course of the year?
Would you like new books in the
library?
Will you give 25 cents?
The ladies of the Historical club,
on Thursday, December 28, will in
augurate a movement for 25-cent col
lections, by which it is hoped to
raise money enough to put some new
books into the library,
there have been dances, suppers, sales,
etc., but this year, they will ask for
just 25 cents, from every citizen of
the town.
On that date ladies will approach
you asking you for your contribution.
Have it ready!
The cause is a good one. This plan
Hitherto
LOVE'S YOUNG DREAM
WAS A NIGHTMARE
''Love's Young Dream" was a de
lusion and a snare, so far as Sarah A.
Fessendene, and Julius H. Fessenden
were concerned. They tried married
life for a little over a year, and the
hymeaneal bark was wrecked this
morning in the divorce court, when
Judge Steel after hearing the wom
an's recital of her wrongs decided
that she was entitled to a separation.
In October, a year ago, Fessenden,
and his then bride-elect, woke Deputy
coming year, and determining road
matters of importance, the county
commissioners of Latah county were
in special session at the court house
today. There were present also. Au
gust Johnson of the Olsen & Johnson
company of Troy, C. E. Monteen of
the Marshall-Wells company of Spo
kane, R. A. Wylie Bros, company of
Portland, and J. B. Jarmin of Beall &
Co. of Portland.
Matinee Musical.
The pupils of the piano course of the
musical department of the University
of Idaho, will give a matinee tomor
row at 4 o'clock to which all friends
of the university and patrons of the
department are invited.
ROUTS GUESTS FROM BEDS
Sturts in Open Bonrd of Te,nipayc N
Fire in Chicago Attacks Kaiserliof and
New Victoria.
CHICAGO, Dec. 19.—Nearly a thou
sand guests were routed from their
beds in the Kaiserhof and New Vic
toria hotels shortly before 3 o'clock
this morning, when fire broke out in
the Open Board of Trade building, at
623 South La Salle street. The two
hotels face in Clark street, and the
flames from the burning building
swept against the windows of each in
the rear.
Guests in both hotels were aroused
saves heavier taxes, and puts a por
tion of the cost of the library upon
those who receive benefits, but are
not taxpayers.
The thousand dollars raised in Mos
cow each year for library purposes is
far too small to permit the growth of
the library. It not only will not per
mit the procuring of new fiction; it
will not permit even the binding of
magazines.
This year about $150 is needed to
provide for binding for the last six
years, and such books as are abso
lutely needed. Anything in excess of
this amount will be put into more
books.
Will you do your part?
Surely the library is worth two-bits
a year to you.
Have the money ready then, when
the ladies come!
Auditor Adrian Nelson up in the mid
dle of the night and persuaded him to
get them a marriage license. They
were then taken to the home of Rev.
Koontz, where the nuptial knot
tied.
to withstand the
was
But it wasn't tied tight enough
assault of Mrs.
Fessenden's testimony this morning.
Both parties are well known in Mos
Mrs. Fessenden was formerly
cow.
Sarah A. 'Vjfqlverton, and like her hus
band was a pioneer of the county.
hof, which was nearest the blaze,
ried their suitcases and
safety,
filled with smoke, and it was realized
by the management that it would -be
by bellboys and other attaches of the
place and soon the lobbies were filled
with a half-dressed crowd of men and
women.
Many 0 f the guests of the Kaiser
car
trunks to
The Hotel Stafford,
also nearby,
necessary to arouse the guests. They
were finally aroused and left the
structure.
The fire spraed through the Open
Board building within a few moments.
In 15 minutes after the first alarm
was given the roof fel lin and the
flames swept into the air more than
150 feet.
The total loss is estimated at $100,
000 .
Swellings of the flesh caused by in
flammation, cold, fractures of the bone,
toothache, neuralgia
can be relieved by applying BAL
LARD'S SNOW LINIMENT. It should
be well rubbed in over the part affect
Its great healing and penetrating
power eases pain, reduces swelling and
restores natural conditions.
25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by
Owl Drug Store, S. L. Willis, proprie
or rheumatism
ed.
Price
tor.
d
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
A. Rersch and wife to C. C. and Ada
R. Day, lot 7, blk. 1, Prey's ad. to Mos
cow, $175.
Lucy Fisher and husband to L. W.
Lull, lots 28, 29 and 30, blk . 1, Lieu
aliens' 2d ad. to Moscow, $3500.
Phil L. Axburg and wife to Lewis
F. Henderson, s% Henderson orchard.
George R. Knowles, adm. to K. Kill
burg, lot 14? White's acre ad. to Mos
cow, $700.
Mortgages.
L. W. Lull and wife to Q. E. Mor
ton, lots 28, 29 and 30 B. Lieuallens'
2d ad to Moscow, $300.
Nancy J. Hays to Anna Nesbit, w%
se%, sec. 8, 39, 3w, $700.
Releases.
Q. E. Morton to L. W. Lulland wife,
bk. 27, pp. 359.
Volmer Clearwater Co. to Nancy J.
Hays, bk. 37, pp. 587.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS
Lost—Watch fob, with owner's name
engraved upon medal. Finder return
to Harry R. Burke at Star-Mirror of
fice and receive reward.
Lost—Ladies' gold watch and fob,
between Baptist church and Crystal
theatre. Finder return to Boston
store or Phone 3-J. Reward.
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Lost—A Phi Delta Theta shirtwaist
pin, between the dormitory and Main
street. Finder return to Star-Mirror
office.
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For Sale—A good coal heater, just
the thing for a bedroom. Stove is in
good condition and may be seen at the
Star-Mirror office. A bargain.
For Sale or Exchange—Fine large
in best town north of Spokane, paying
well. Owner has other business and
must sell. Can take Moscow property
or land near here. Value $9500. C. H.
Patten, Moscow, Ida.
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THE MISSOURI
Restaurant
A !ow under new
Management
Invites your
Patronage
Meals 25c and up
Richard Burke, state manager for
the Pioneer Life is a visitor in Cot
tonwood this week.
Prayer Meetings Tonight,
The schedule for the cottage pray
er meetings is:
A. Dygart, 102 Jefferson street, cor
ner 1st street.
Mr. White, 403 Moore avenue (L. K.
Strong place.)
M. L. Frazee, 716 Lyhn avenue.
L. H. Collins, 801 East 3d street,
corner Monroe street.
Thos. Sturdevant, 127 Lincoln street.
D. W. Driskel, 714 B street.
H. L. Waterman, North Lieuallen
street.
James Fogle, 916 Deakin avenue.
H. L. Coats, 419 East A street, cor
ner Van Buren street.
Dr. McDaniels, 125 South Almon
street.
Rev. Hare, Van Buren street.
Mr. Mickey, 315 North Washington
street.
Mrs. Estes, North Main street.
George M. Loomis, 210 South
Asbury street.
Frank Clark, 419 Lewis street.
Mrs. Doyle, southeast of University.
Going East
for
CHRISTMAS
Then Travel via the clean,
comfortable
Inland Electric Trains
Connecting at Spokane with
either the Great Northern or
Northern Pacific through
trains. You can buy your
through tickets to any point
east and check your baggage
right through from any Inland
station.
ASK INLAND AGENT
For full information regarding
routes and rates.
A Reminder
■mUmm
When you are
READY
to make that
EASTERN TRIP
do not overlook the fact that the
SAFE AND COMFORTABLE WAY
IS VIA
THE S00 SP0KANE
leaving Colfax daily at 8:05 A. M.
Au up-to-date traiu in ever respect
Electric lighted, solid vestibuled,
compartment, library, observation,
dining and sleeping cars—through
coaches—and don't forget that our
TOURIST SLEEPERS
are the last word in modern sleep
ing car construction—steel framed,
higher, wider and heavier than
those in general use, and provided
with the latest Improved kitchen
car range, giving you every facil
ity for making tea, coffee, toasting
bread or cooking food just the same
as you would find in your own home.
It costs no more via The Soo-Spo
kaue. Call on
JAS. HOUSE, Agent O.-W. R. & N.
GEO. RICHARDSON, Agt. S. & J. E.
or write
M. E. MALONE,
T. P. A., 14 Wall St.
Spokane.
THOS. J. WALL,
Gen. Agt.
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CHRISTMAS TREES
Nice Symmetrical Trees, Small and Large, 25c and 35c
Order early and we will deliver whenever you say this week.
FOUR MORE DAYS
In which to do your shopping. The store's machinery is running smoothly
—deliveries are correct and on time. AVe are making special efforts to ac
commodate the last rush.
LATE ARRIVALS IN NECKWEAR AND OTHER CHRISTMAS GOODS
MAKE OUR STOCK COMPLETE
The $1,000.00 Sample Line of Jewelry at One-Half Price is attracting
great attention. Fine remembrances at very small prices.
STORE OPEN EVENINGS.
GROCERY SPECIALS - GOOD UNTIL DECEMBER 20:
15 lbs. of No. 1 F'ine Granulated Sugar for... .$1.00; per Sack... .$6.50
25c
3 Packages Quaker Corn Flakes ..
7 Bars Golden Star Soap, 9 oz. Bars
...25c
DAVID & ELY COMPANY, Ltd.
MOSCOW'S GREATEST STORE"
Want Lose Lands.
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 19.—That the
small farmers who purchased lands in
Oregon from the Southern Pacific and
the Oregon-California railroad, which
the Southern Pacific absorbed, will
not lose their property as the result
of the government's proceedings to
recover the property from the corpor
ations, is declared in a communication
to the United States circuit court here
from Special Prosecutor Townsend to
day. Hundreds of farmers who pur
chased the lands are co-defendants in
the suits. The lands are in south
ern Oregon.
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Ghristmas Gake
We are making special preparation tor
the Holiday trade. Will • give prompt
attention to special orders. Let us save
you a lot of your worry and work.
Our Bakery is modern and clean.
Satisfaction Guaranteed
THE EMPIRE BAKERY
SGHROETER & DRESCHER. Props.
J
A TON
OF GANDY
We have 2,000 Pounds of
PURE WHIPPED GRE AM
HOME-MADE GANDY
Worth UOc to 50c per Pound,
which we will sell until
Ghristmas at
30c per Pound
or
U Pounds for $LOO
Git y Bakery
Gorner Washington and Third Streets
Telephone 152 Y
( Safe deposit boxes for rent. Thomp
son Bros.
50 YEARS IN USE
Wonder Hair Tonic
PREPARED BY
MRS. P. H. DANLY
Moscow, Idaho
'Phone, Farmers' — 9185
- FOR SALE BY -
R. HODGINS
Moscow. Idaho
ALSO BY MRS. DANLY
PRICE : 4 oz. 50c, 8 oz. $1.00

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