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THE RED TAG SALE
Continues with Unabated Vigor Further price reductions have been added to the good values of the early days of this sale The best Outing Flannel that is those heavy, 12%c kinds, and most of them dark colors, are Red Tagged . Best Calicos are Red Tagged... r A lot of $1.00, 85c and 75c Silks are Red Tagged... 39 c One piece 27-inch black Taffeta Red Tagged from $1.00 to 50 c Go all over the store, you'll find Red Tag reductions everywhere fTPJ V MiTyii 0 WEATHER FORECAST. LEWISTON, Jan. 19. -Forecast till 5 p. m. Tuesday; Fair tonight and Tuesday, Cooler tonight. BRIEF LOCAL NEWS W. F. Dolan of Boise is in (lie city. Jerome J. Day is in Boise on bust ness. Miss Lillia Inland hospital. Carithers is ill ul (lie J. C. Baker left today for Broadview, Mont, for an indefinite stay. Farm loans at lowest Moscow State Bank. The 35tf rates. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Aldrich spending the winter in La Fayette, Ind. are J. F. Kingsbury arriaved in Mos cow tills morning after a short busi ness trip to Colfax. Dr. W. L. Carlyle left yesterday for Boise to attend a called meeting of the board of education. Registration for the second semester has taken the place of regular classes at the high school today. Two per cent interest on checking accounts at The Moscow State Bank. 88tf C. A. Frantz left this afternoon for Spokane to attend the Hardware and Implements Dealers association. J. Galawick returned to the city this morning after a pleasant vis it with relatives in Pullman. Mrs. The Ladies' Guild of St. Mark's church will meet in the Guild half on Thursday afternoon of this week. A number of the Gamma Phi Beta girls were seriously ill last week from a severe attack of ptomaine poisoning. J. C. White, manager of the Red Col lar Line boats on Lake Coeur d'Alene, siient Saturday In .Moscow visiting friends. R. N. Wright of Lewiston, district The Flairs of Your Flead Are Numbered If your hair is falling out it will not be long un you can count the number that are left. When hair is failing you, there is lack of nourishment at tlie roots. The hair bulbs need feeding and stimulating. Nyal's Hursutonc will do that promptly. It will benefit the en tire scalp by destroying germs that barm the hair. It also will rid your scalp of dandruff. 50c a bottle—Guaranteed CORNER DRUG STORE and ECONOMICAL PHARMACY Where Quality Counts BOLLES & LINDQUIST, Props. agent of the Idaho State Life, is business visitor in Moscow, and is conferring with the local agent, H. C. Wilson. a A. H. Jessup has returned from the mountains where he has been for the past ten days surveying the White Cross mine. Rolston Butterfield vili go to Spo kane this week to attend the meetings of the O. \\. Beardsley ol the Empire Hardware company is in Spokane at- J tending the session of tlie Hardware )„ and Implement Dealers association. Hardware and Implement Dealers association. An adjourned meeting if the school hoard will be held tomorrow night ai 7:30 l'clock at the superintendent's iffice at the high school. Amos Bogue, one of the expert machinists at the harvester plant, lias been seriously ill for a week with the but the ery. It. B. Wright, formerly associated with A. H. Jessup in some of his gineering projects, has left for Spo kane to look after his business terests there. Janies J. Keane is again at Ills desk in the Veatcli Realty company's office, after being confined to his home for painful in two weeks as a result of a jury ti liis ankle. Ruth and Helen Helpman, who have been spending tlie week-end with (boh parents in Kendrick, returned Moscow tliis morning to register for their second semester's work at the high school. The Reverend Jonathan Watson was so seriously indisposed yesterday as to be unable to take his place in the pulpit. Mr. George Buzzell, conducted services and preached the sermon at St. Mark's. Mrs. B. E. Ankency, mother of Airs. Carl von Endee. who left Moscow in extended visit in the east, has gone to Florida for the win ter. Site has settled In Eldred where she is operating an extensive pine apple grove. Ute fall for an Attorney John R. Becker of Oro fino was In .Moscow last evening. H. L. .M. Cleave and Harvey Donald son of Potlatch are In Moscow today. I On Saturday afternoon .Mrs. Fred Veatch entertained the members of the B. Y. O. F, club at her home on Third street. The young ladies spent the afternoon in sewing and chatting and were later served by their hostess with delicious refreshments. Mrs. Stephen Griffith and her eight year-old son were in Moscow yester day between trains, on their way to visit Mrs. C. O. Brown at Orofino. Mrs, Griffith owns a very valuable white pine timber claim on which the de partment of the interior has recently filed a contest. The case will come up the latter part of January. FOR SALE—SMALL SADDLE HORSE, live years old. Broke to drive sin gle and double. $20 it taken at once. A bargain. 233 North Washington street. 94tf Coining Back Home. Chris Hagan is in receipt of a let ter from his father-in-law, C. B. Holt, in which the writer states that he ar rived in Washington, D. C„ last Tues day and found the thermometer reg istering 18 degrees below zero. Mr. Holt took luncheon on Wednesday with Congressman Burton L. French, and left on Thursday for the west. He will spent several days in Minnesota before returning to Moscow. POPULAR PLAYERS RACK AGAIN Guild win Company at the Orpheum To night Opens With "The Imposter." The famous Goodwin Players Stock company who played here ten days ago will return to the Orpheum theatre tonight. Mi. Goodwin, has enlarged his company to 12 people carrying his own concert band and orchestra. The day tonight will be "The Imposter," a comedy drama in three acts. Two shows will be given tonight starting at 7 and 9 p. m. Come early and get a good seat, remember this company is guaranteed to please you or refund money. 94 VISITORS FETED— W A RM IN PRAISE fContlnued from Page 1) practice and the maintenance of a high professional standard among its mem hers." The means employed are "meet lugs for tlie presentation and discus sion of appropriate papers and for social and professional intercourse; the publication of such papers and dis cussions as may be deemed expedient: he maintenance of a library; the coi ]getion of maps, drawings, and models; n(i tIle establishment of facilities for their use. The object of the Society of Mechan ical Engineers is to "promote the Arts and Sciences connected with the en gineering and mechanical construc tion." The principal means it employs for this purpose are "the holding meetings for the reading and discus sion of professional papers and for social Intercourse; the publication and distribution of its papers, and discus sions; and the maintenance of an en gineering library." Its emblem is a conventional four leaf clover pin in black enamel edged with gold and containing the Initials of the society. All these societies have headquar ters in New York City in tlie Engineer ing Societies building, (he gift Andrew Carnegie. The building is handsome, thirteen story structure which has. among many other inter esting features seven auditoriums, the principal one seating a thousand per sons. of ADOPT NOVEL CUSTOM Senior Engineers at Varsity Growing Facial Decorations—Some Fall in Effort. « As a means of distinguishing them of the selves form other members fourth-year class the men of the sen ior class in the department of civil engineering at the varsity aboùt two custom of weeks ago adopted the wearing moustaches. The custom, pleasant to think of, has been found more difficult to adopt than was im agined and several of the engineers have found that no amount of coaxing will bring forth the coveted adorn ment. Half a dozen members of the class have, however, achieved considerable success in their novel undertaking and are "sporting" real "man's size" growths. It is understood that ability to grow a moustache may soon become one of the requirements for gradua tion in the engineering department. Set Try-Out Dale. The debate try-out in which two teams of three men each will be se lected for (he Idaho-Gonzaga debates which are to be held about the mid dle of March has been set for Saturday afternoon, February 14. It is expect ed that about fifteen men will enter the competition for places on the var sity teams. Release County Prisoners. John Chatta and Albert Chugita, both of Potlatch, were released today, hav ing completed their term in the county Jail. The former was convicted of wife-beating and the latter of giving away intoxicating liquor. OUTLOOK GOOD IN MOSCOW SCHOOLS REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT RANDALL SHOWS HEALTHY CONDITION. Total Enrollment for Last Mouth Was 1149—Semester Just Closed Last Week, The growth of the Moscow public schools still continues according to the last report of Superintendent Otis Randall to the board of trustees which has just become available. The report shows the enrollment for the mouth ending December 19 of 556 boys and 593 girls or a total enrollment of 1149. The average number belonging for the month was 1094.9. The percentage for the month was 96.75, The number who were neither absent nor tardy for the four months ending at that time was 319, 147 of whom were boys and 172 were girls. High School Enrollment, The enrollment of the high school was 265. The average number belong ing for the mouth was 249.5. The number neither absent nor tardy since September 1 was 51. With the admis sion of the mid-year class this year the enrollment should exceed 300 next semester. At the present time there are 19 grade teachers in the school system. This number of teachers handled on an average 44.5 pupils each for the month of December. This means a heavy congestion in many places. Average Pupils I« Teacher 25. In high school there are five male teachers and six women. The domestic science teacher and the manual instruc tor give part time to the grades. Al lowing for this the average number of pupils to each teacher in the high school is about Some teachers meet as high as 170 pupils daily. All science teachers meet much fewer than this. Last week closed the semester and the teachers and pupils have been busy with examinations. AH honor pu pils were excused Tuesday morning. The Grade Examinations Postponed. The grade examinations were post poned one week as the state examlna tion for the eighth grade is set for tills week.' In as much as the 7A grade has to take an examination In geography and the SB takes physiology and the promotion in those grades would necessarily be delayed it was thought better to postpone the examin aliens in tlie grades and make tlie cx aminations and promotions uniform as time, Under the new law all pupils taking state examinations must come to some center and Miss Bryden, county superintendent, anticipates that there he about 60 taking the eighth grade examination this week, forty of whom will be from the Moscow city schools. Miss Mattie Lou Boardman, who lias charge of the eighth grade during the semester, will have charge of tlie pupils from the local schools during the examinations. AN ALL-DAY MEETING Wednesday Set Aside for Period at Revival at (lie Methodist Church. Wednesday of this week lias been set aside by the Methodist church for an all-day's meeting. The opening service will be at 10 a. m. and the service will continue by relays of worshipers with an opening address by one of the ministers or workers in the meeting, at the beginning of every hour. This will be observed for six consecutive hours closing at 4 p. m. During the noon hour special op portunity will be given business men, clerks and busy people who can spare but part of the noon season to attend this meeting for a few minutes. At 12:40 to 12:55 a fifteen-minute serv ice will be held for students from the schools closing in time that all may reach their school rooms before their work begins there. This promises to be a very interest ing day and all people interested are invited to come at whatever hour is most convenient for them The serv ice will be largely informal and people will he coming and going during those hours. People from a distance are in vited to bring their lunches, serve them in the basement and make the church their headquarters that day. The revival meetings are very suc cessful, being largely attended and some are beginning the Christian life at every service. Rev. Thompson will he hero during tlie week and speak every evening. GOOD-TIME SOCIAL Y. P. S. C. E. of the Christian Church Spends Enjoyable Evening. The young people of tlie Christian Endeavor spent one- of the most en joyable evenings of the new year Fri day night, when they gathered at the Christian church for one of their cus tomary fun carnivals. And fun they had. Everyone was in the right hu mor for enjoyment, till they "nearly died," others till tears came to their eyes. The evening commenced with a syl vanlc contest in which several dignitar ies claimed the honor of being the Some laughed winning. After this came games, one upon the other, from these that the evening took its enjoyment. The games played were those in which our fathers found Joy as children. And this Is true, that the old-time games are often better that? the new. As the evening sped on partners were chosen from the tribe of Kate, in which implicate, prevaricate, duplicate, intoxicate and others were in evi dence. Each Kate was lawfully given as a partner for the refreshing re freshments which followed. But joy could not control forever, person It was somnus bestirred himself and the weary but happy young people took themselves homeward. BOARD MEETS JANUARY 22 Idaho Educational Hoard Will Trans act Important Business at Boise. It was announced today that the next regular meeting of the Idaho state hoard of education will be held at Boise January 22 at which time a full membership will be present. Much im portant detail matter will come up for consideration. Whether the board will take up the matter of the appointment of a president of the university has not been disclosed but it is probable the matter will be considered along with other business. STOMACH UPSET? Mi-o-nn Will Prevent Further Trouble —It Quickly and Surely Ends In digestion and Stomach Distress, Distress after eating, belching of gas and undigested food, that lump of lead feeling in the stomach, headache, bili ousness and lack of energy, are warn ing signals and out-of-order stomach. Now—at once—is the time to stop this distress, Mi-o-na Stomach Tablets is the remedy. They are absolutely harm-. less. Get a fifty cent box today. Their j use surely and quickly stops stomach i distress and improves and strengthens | the digestive system so that what yon oat is converted into nutrition and the ; entire system is properly nourished, j Money back is not benefitted. R. Hodgins. I j I 94-8-0 ADDRESS THE ORCHARD!,STS 'rofessors Stewart and Wicks Leave Tonight for South Idaho to Ad dress Societies. j Professors C. A. Stewart and W. H. I .... , ... . ,. . , „ ,, I Wicks will leave this evening for South , , .... . . „ . Idaho, the tonner going to Boise to ; ,, ,, , ,, ■ , ,. . address the State Society of Mining i . , „ . , . Engineers and Professor Wicks to : ... -, -, . t, , Payette to address the State Hortieul- ! , • . n „r c, .. . i turai society. Professor Stewart s ad- 1 dress will deal with the relation of tlie mining industry to the state while Professor Wicks will speak on several phases of the by-products industry. Ji PAGE FENCE ' ; V page; i A Carload of Page Spring Steel Woven Wire Fence has Arrived Direct From the Factory ! We now have a complete stock of Six Sizes of hog, sheep and stock fence. One size in particular we especially recommend. That is the 10-28 Special, Pig, Hog, and Sheep Fence, 28 inches high 10 wires, which is being used more and more by the farmers of this section. PAGE Fence is made of spring steel, and both line wires and cross wires are continuous, and are actually woven the one with the other. This makes it so strong that no properly stretched piece of Page Fence ever yet sagged or bagged until its supports gave way, no matter how long erected nor how used. The price of this 10-28 Special Hog and Sheep fence is 35 Cents per rod. Because we buy direct from the factory in car loads we can make you such a price for this size fence. For cash we allow you a 5 per cent discount from the price. Wherever you put up Page Fence your fence troubles are over. Butterfield-filder Implement Company, Ltd. ESTABLISHED 1896 The Yellow Triangle Sale Ends Next Saturday One week Earlier than usual. This week will be a bar gain picnic for everyone. The genuine discounts have made this a wonderful sale. You Will find at Low Prices: Winter Goats and Suits for Women Men's and Boys' Suits and Overcoats Shoes for the Entire Family Furniture, Garpets, Rugs, Wallpaper Trunks, Bags and Suit Gases G hin a, Grockery and Glassware Everything is Yeliow Trian• gled. Make these Low Prices Gount for You David & Ely Co Ltd. •f tative Webb of North Carolina, Floyd of Arkansas, and Volstead of Minnesota , eft here today fol . Macon, Georgia, Will Try Federal Judge. WASHINGTON, Jan. 19.—Represen to begin impeachment proceedings against Federal Judge Emory Speer, under special order of congress. Judge Speer has been ill for several months. Church Conference Opens. CHICAGO, Jan. 19.—A series of con ferences of representatives of all the national societies of the Congregational church opened here today, .and will continue for four days. The missionary commission of the church, created hv the National Council at its recent meet iing in Kansas City, met and prepared outline plans for its work, AH Hope Now Gone. PLYMOUTH, Eng., Jan. 19.—Search vas resumed today at Whitesaud bay lor the lost submarine A7. The searchers did not meet with success up to noon. It is feared the boat was swallowed up by quicksand. PLAN CHESS CLUB Students and Faculty Members Form Chess Organ Ration and Play For Championship, Will The university's first chess club is in (lie process of formation. Dr. D. H. Steinmau of the civil engineering department has invited all students and members of the faculty who are chess "fans" or have any desire of be coming such to visit his apartments next Thursday evening to perfect ar rangements for the organization of a chess club. It is planned to arrange a series of games during the next few weeks in which tlie championship of (he university will be decided.