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mmm 0£ Unf MB jrf Tc mi Furious and Fast the Battle Goes On! THE KHAKI-CLAD BOYS ARE GOING TO WIN, AND WHILE VICTORY AFTER VICTORY IS THEIRS, WE ARE OFFERING THE PEOPLE AT HOME—IN MOSCOW AND VICINITY—SOME OF THE VERY BEST HIGH-GRADE WEARING APPAREL THAT CAN BE BOUGHT. WE ARE CONFORMING THIS BUSINESS TO WAR CONDITIONS, CONSEQUENTLY WE ARE OFFERING THE PUBLIC .$ 23.75 All Wool Clothing—Suits. Worth thirty-five or more. All Wool Clothing—Suits. Worth forty-seven fifty or more. One big lot of SHOES. Worth eight to ten dollars —and you will say so when you see them. BIG CL OSIN G OUT SÄLE! Ä $ 31.95 .$ 5.35 very pair of them m Sff m SACRIFICE ! SACRIFICE! is the word "IF MEN AND BOYS WEAR IT—WE HAVE IT. 99 if m The Togs Clothes Shop \ P / m m Opposite Moscow Hotel. -1 if Jc c IT 3 Weather—Idaho—Tonight and Friday, generally fair. Cooler tonight in the southeast. Joe Davis, well-known pioneer of Pa louse, spent several hours in Moscow on business yesterday. A. H. Alford, editor of the Lewiston Tribune, was a visitor at the university yesterday evening. He was enroute Lewiston from a trip to Wallace, automobile. Giles R. Carpenter of Moscow, Idaho, is registered at the Hotel Portland, Portland, Oregon. Mrs. Jerome J. Day and Miss Bernice Day of Moscow are registered at the Hotel Portland, Portland, Oregon. C. N. Jester returned last evening from a business trip to the Walla Walla country. Ralph Hall, a prosperous farmer north of Moscow, was in town yesterday. Born.—To Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Davis of Shelly, Mont., at Gritman's hospital, a boy. Mrs. Da/is will be remembered as Elizabeth Bratton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Bratton. Any parties who have bundles for the Belgium relief that have not been called for, call Mrs. Chis. Shields. The Lib f aown ' We have for sale fancy Alaska, Blue Prussian and white Canada peas. Get your seed stock now. Have your own seed cleaned, graded and fumigated. Washburn & Wilson Product Co., the old Grice warehouse, near Inland depot. 306-tf Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Da' Lamb and Miss Melba Lamp of Colfax were in the city yesterday. Harvey Smith came in today from Potlatch. Mrs. Nina Mendenhall of Four Mile came in today on the Inland to visit her mother, Mrs. R. M. White. Mrs. Effie B. Chilcot of Pomeroy is in town on business. Victor McGregor returned today from Seattle on account of the illness of his father, Henry McGregor. Judge Edgar C. Steele will leave for Grangeville Saturday to hold court at the request of Judge Wallace N., Scales. He will be occupied in trying jury cases there for about ten days Ée Faculty Tea announced by President and Mrs. Lindley for Fri day afternoon at four, Ridenbaugh Hall, has been postponed in compli ance with quarantine regulations sued by the State Board of Health prohibiting public assemblies. We are in the market for potatoes. All growers please list with us appro ximate number of sacks and kind you will have for sale. Washburn & Wilson. Phones36. 1S0Y, 19J. 206tf Mrs. J. D. Brethauer left this morn ing for Spokane. Brethauer are moving to Spokane, Mr. Brethauer having accepted a po sition there. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Morton of Kooskia, Idaho are moving to Joel. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Gilbert is up shopping today from Ayer Station. Mrs. Clara S. Boemeke went to Col fax yesterday on business. Wm. Carson, son of Mrs. Lou Miller from Genesee today before the 1S Mr. and Mrs. was up examining board. Mrs. J. T. Graham arrived today j from Jerome, Idaho to visit her son, | Jack Graham who is in training at ^ the university. | Mrs. M. L. Romig returned today | from visiting at Juliaetta. Little Verla Snowden came up on the train today to stay a few days with her aunt, Mrs. Omstad. Mrs. W. S. Snoddy has been on the sick list for several days. Mrs. G. C. Ryan had a letter from her son Cecil at Camp Grant near Chicago, who says the influenza is very severe at that place, there being six thousand cases reported. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Warren and daughter, Miss Isabel and son Lee and Miss Margaret Keane of Genesee motored to Moscow today. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Marinos, who are visiting them from Portland, came up also. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Siler and Mrs. C. D. Priddle of Palouse are here to visit their son and brother Wm. Alvin Siler who is in training at the uni versity. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Bower man motored all the way from Cow ley, Alberta to see the same soldier who is their nephew. Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Bowerman also arrived from Alberta. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Beddall are rejoicing over the advent of a grand son, born to Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Beddall of Charleston, Wash. Melvin is with the marines. Mrs. Laura Andrews, who has been visiting relatives here for some time, I left yesterday for her home at Parma, Idaho, Mrs. J. A. Watson is in town shop ping today from Sunshine. Dr. Leitch returned last evening from Spokane. A. T. West, of the Moscow tele phone and telegraph came in from Spokane yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Van Pelt and Mrs. Albert Jutte of Uniontown were in town shopping yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hannah returned last evening from Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haynes of Clinton are in town today. W'm. Lee left Tuesday on a business trip to Washington, D. C. accompanied him to Spokane to visit a few days with her mother. There will be no prayer meeting at Mrs. Lee ««H t-SSrsî influenza scare. Clarence Edgett of Denver arrived on the Inland this morning. Rev. Howland of the Home Finding association at Lewiston capie in on the afternoon train. Mrs. Wm. Klossner, Sr., of Pullman was in town shopping today. H. F. Samuels of Samuels, Idaho, candidate democratic and nonpartisan for governor, was in the city yesterday and left for Lewiston last evening. We are in the market for Peas Beans Potatoes Apples Pears and Onions Washburn & Wilson Produce Co. Call 36, 19J, 150Y - Ht WHEN EVERY MOVE HURTS 11-tf Lame every morning, achy and stiff all day, worse when it's damp or chilly? Suspect your kidneys and try the remedy your neighbors use. Mrs. S. M. Crow, 324 N. Asbury St., Moscow, says; "I had suffered from severe attacks of kidney trouble and rheumatic pains. My back would ache and be so lame, I couldn't keep The trouble would up and about. even develop into lumbago and I would suffer from rheumatic twinges in my lower limbs, had these attacks, I have always bought Doan's Kidney Pills at Hod I have always When I have gins' Drug Store, found Doan's the best remedy for the trouble and I can rely on ^ them to quickly rid me of an attack." Price 60c, at all dealers, simply ask for a kidney remedy—get Doan's Kidney Pills—the same that Mrs. Crow had. Foster-Milburn Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y. Don't UNIVERSITY HAS MANY GIRL STUDENTS (Continued from page 2.) Agnes Mae Brown, Moscow, N eva Ann Drury, Moscow. Gladys Martha Beach, Burley, Thekla Beck, Moscow. Alice Williams Bessee, Moscow, Irene Isabella Breight, Mountain Home, Josephine Brown, Moscow. Ernestine Brown, Moscow. Angeline Burns, Boise. Margaret Ely Byrns, Moscow. Helen Cochran, Emmett. Ruth Coffey, Fort Geo. Wright, Wash. - Irene Collier, Olympia, Wash. Bernice May Cornelison, Moscow. Nell D. Cornelius, Buhl. Norma Cowgill, Grangeville. Genevieve Dartt, Palouse, Wash. Margaret Denning, Moscow. Virginia Dermott, Moscow. Edith Mae Dingle. Coeur d'Alene. Helen Douglass, Boise. Norma Dow, Moscow. Gladys Duthie, Troy. Hazel Draper, Moscow. Alice Edgecomb, Wallace. Phyllis Orford, Boise. Ruth Ellis, Twin Falls. Anne Glindemann, Coeur d'Alene. Oetavia Gowen, Caldwell. Mabel Graham, Winchester. Edna Heiland, Moscow. Thelma Hofer, Lapwai. Bertha Hoffman, Moscow. Rose Jameson, Moscow. Helen Johnston, Oakesdale, Wash. Irene Johnston, Boise. Cora Mae Jones, Portland. Frances Jones, Emmett. Gladys Jones, Spokane. Vera Jones, Moscow. Lucy Margaret Knipe, Emmett. Ruth Kutnewsky, Boise. Norma Langroise, Emmett. Mabel Clain Lowry, Moscow. Mrs. Alfred Lyon, Moscow. Gladys Mallory, Orofino. Gertrude Christen, Heyburn. Gladys Clark, Spokane, Wash. Freda Elva Core, Burley. Marne Crumpacker. Nezperce. Margaret Hannah Fanning, Moscow Leah Eleanor Paris, Buhl. Marie Caroline Freehafer, Boise. Myrtle Lorraine Gano, Moscow. Desse Hall, Moscow. Bernice E. Harding, Buhl. Alice Florence Hankinson, Moscow. Melva Laverta Harbin, Grangeville. Thelma Lucille Hare, Three Forks, Mont. Lyla Margret Harsh, Deary. Brownie Lee Haynes, Rupert. Jean Ingelow Kendall, Spokane, Wash. Evaleen Kerr, Sandpoint. Eva Kimberling, Moscow. Maude Mae Kinser, Lewiston. Jeanette Sholes, Moscow. Julia Smith, Boise. Lottie Smith, Orofino. Mabel Smith, Burley. Marjorie Smith, Hansen. Gail Taggart, Hay, Wash. Lorine Tavey, Blackfoot. Esther Thomas, Moscow. Hilda Thomas, Moscow. ■ Polly Thomas, Malad. Madeleine Frances Wall, Poison, Mont. Ellen Waring, Emmett. Zora Waters, Twin Falls. Laura Waterman, Moscow. Marie Weller, Jackson, Calif. Sadie Wellman, Orofino. Lillian White, Moscow. Frances Wiley, Waterville, Wash. Verna Wilkinson, Salt Lake City. Mable Marie Sweeney. St. Maries. Margaret Yingst, Buhl.. Lorna Estella York, Boise. Ruth Alice York, Boise. for him within 24 hours. It is a three speed and nearly new. Will sell cheap, L. N. Tracy, 240 North Washington. K The owner of an Excelçior motorcycle, 1918 model, is leaving for France at and asks me to sell the machine once More Nurses Needed. The Red Cross wants to reiterate its plea for more nurses at once to go to headquarters at Seattle. The terrible influenza epidemic which is raging everywhere and which has re sulted in more than 100,000 cases in the army nurses, once the federal building. cantonments, calls for Applicants should apply at to Red Cross headquarters in FRATERNITIES AND MEMBERS HAVE BEEN BUSY PLEDGING NEW MEMBERS . SINCE UNIVERSITY OPENED . There has been great activity in "frat" and sorority circles since the university opened for the sçhool year and substantial growth has been made, especially in the sororities. The fra ternity boys have not had as good opporunities as formerly, owing to several facts. One is that the uni versity has taken over their "frat" houses for the S'. A. T. C. Another is that the boys in the S. A. T. C. are too busy to take interest in other things and the further fact that many are in quarantine. Following is the list of new sorority and fraternity members as far as can be secured at this time: Kappa Kappa Gamma. Mable Sweeney, St. Maries. Marjorie Albert, Payette. Inez Sanger, Payette. I Evadna Roberts, Nampa. Gladys Malloy, Orofino. ! Pauline Rieck, Bellingham, Wash, j Marie Weller, Jackson, Calif. Gamma Phi Beta. Nell Cornelius, Buhl. Eleanor Paris, Buhl. Margaret Yingst, Buhl. Bernice Harding, Buhl. Violet Seeley, Moscow. Lila Harsh, Deary. Bessie Newman, Shoshone. Florence Allabaugh, Boise. Ruth Coffee, Spokane, Wash. Helen Bloom, Spokane, Wash. Verna Wilkinson, Salt Lake, Utah. Mercedes Jones, Eugene, Ore. Chi Delta Phi. Ernestine Rose, Salmon, j Lottie Smith, Orofino. Sadie Wellman, Orofino. Georgia Oylear, Middleton. Ruth Lee Ellis, Twin Falls. Polly Thomas, Malad. Gladys Beach, Burley. Gertrude Christen, Burley. Helen Cochran, Emmett. Madaline Wall, Poison, Mont. Delta Gamma. Norma Langroise, Emmett. Frances Jones, Emmett. Henrietta Peasley, Boise. Inez Calloway, Boise. Julia Adelmann, Boise. Ruth Kutnewsky, Boise. Lorna York, Boise. Lorine Tavey, Blackfoot. Oetavia Gowen, Caldwell. Margaret Byrns, Moscow. Marjorie Smith, Twin Falls. Irene Collier, Olympia, Wash. Phi Delta Theta. Kern, Lipps, Creelman, Vogelson, Weisgerber, Lewiston; Simons, Cot jtonwood; Hamilton, Murry, Nampa; Thometz, Twin Falls; Hastings, Davis, Boise; , Jackson, Wood, Mullen Mur phy, Kane, McDougall, Hull, Bur bioge, Spokane; Greene, Moscow. Sigma Nu. Victor Johnson, Payette. Howard Hechtner, Lapwai. Alfred Holee, Lapwai. Harold May, Coeur d'Alene. Clarence Coeur d'Alene. Harold Dart, Coeur d'Alene. Howard McQuaig, Coeur d'Alene. Gail Chamberlain, Coeur d'Alene. John Watkins, Caldwell. Gibson Stocker, Lewiston. Clayton, Westôver, Moscow. Kappa Sigma. Wayman Williams, Payette. Clyde Williams, Boise. Ward Wyman, Boise. Thornton, Wyman, Boise. Ernest Parrott, Boise. Sanitary Plumbing Deficient plumbing is never sanitary, and is dear at any price. Your health or even your life may depend on the care given to the laying of a drain pipe Guard Your health e GUARANTEE every piece of plumbing we do to be i- ('T be'or" we quit the job. Play safe—let us do plumbing RIGHT. your / Witter Fisher Company Phone 320 Irving Hart, Boise. George Phelps, Boise. Phillip Tolman, Boise. Edgar Neal, Boise. Claude McPherson, Boise. Hubert Knipe, Emmett. Charles Hurley, Winchester. Henry Dorman, Caldwell. Dougall Holsclaw, Gfangeville. Henry Larsen, Moscow. Walter Getts, Wallace. Kenneth McDonald, Wallace. Jay C. McDonald, Spokane. Howard Knudson, Spokane. Beta Theta Pi. Joel L. Priest, Jr., Boise. John Gill, Moscow. Rusell Parsons, Moscow. George Curtis, Moscow. Leigh Branbury, Buhl. Ervin Lamb, Boise. Leland Scott, Rupert. Fred Van Antwerp, Rupert. W. E. Packingham, Boise. Edward White, Boise. Harold Little, Boise. Abe Goff, Colfax. Paul Hull, Colfax. Wade Lawell, Caldwell. Fred Veatch, Coeur d'Alene. Karl Bonham, Kellogg. Leslie Stout, Kellogg. Henry Crozier, Lewiston. Zeta Chi Alpha. Floyd White, Boise. NUMBER ELEVEN Ü ■ INFORMATION m A connection with this bank will enable you to derive the benefit of thirty-six years' experience in close touch with financial affairs. Information re garding credit and finance has assisted many in ar riving at successful decisions in business matters. Why not let us help you? Your account is welcome J m Ü at Ü Ü The First National Bank OF MOSCOW ,o. Ü Ü m j '4 36 Years of Banking W. L. Payne, President J. S. Heckathorn, Cashier m m m lei Make Next Washday Easy Yes—Get .he biggest washing out and on the line before 10 o'clock. No laundress required. Push a button and the THOR will do the work. I c wages to pay anyone. No meals to serve. What a dif ference between this ana the old wasteful way of wearing out the clothes on i washboard and rubbing and wringing roost of the day! Electric Washing Machine dees a good s.zed washing in an houj. Costs only 2c an hour for electricity. Positively the .nost economical way to wush. The THOR actually pays foi itself as it goes along. It saves more than it costs. Over 130,000 women have already proved that in their homes. Come and we will prove it also. We will show you how to get better washing done for less than it costs you now. $5.00 BRINGS THE THOR TO YOUR HOME Then $5.00 a month until paid for, and it is yours. Sold on our guarantee that it will do til we claim or your money back. Come this week- :ome before next washday. Let us show you how it saves money and drudgery^and give's a woman a day of leisure. Washington Water P Co. ower Bill UI in George Wadgewood, Gooding. Ray Johnson, Caldwell. Verner Dotson, Caldwell. Joseph Wicks, Gifford. Lee Gregory, Reubens. Richard King, Sweetwater. Paul Tietz, Wardner. Lawrence Gilkerson, Boise. Lionel Fish, Wardner. J. P. Vandervort, Wardner. Allen O'Neil, Mountainhome. Adams, R. Ray, St. Anthony. Walter Boro, Wardner. Oswald Thompson, Moscow. Esper Burghardt, Nez Perce. Siguard Sampson, Wardner. Marion Albinola, Wardner. Louis Cady, Moscow. James Buckingham, Lapwai. Alpha Kappa Epsilon. William Briscoe, Troy. William Thompson, Troy. Edward Poulton, Burley. Fred Lee, Burley. George Schroeder, Burley. B. W. Lernen, Middleton. William Mickel, Kamiah. V. Mitchell, Nezperce. Richard Fox, Nezperce. Vernon Miller, Nezperce. Fred Rugg, Peck. Eugene Mullarky, Lewiston. P. Soderberg, Orofino. Frank Paterkca, Spokane. Gerald Gill, Souix Falls, S. D.