Newspaper Page Text
The DAILY STAR-MIRROR
Published every evening except Sunday, at Moscow, Idaho. GEO. N. LAMPHERE, Publisher. fhe Official Newspaper of the City Moscow Entered as second-class matter 16, 1911, at the postoffice of Moscow, Idaho, under the Act of Congress March, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES delivered by carrier to any part of cky Per Month .50c fhree Months Six Months line Year . $1.50 2.75 5.00 By Mail (outside of city aad on rural routes) Per Month .. Three Months Cix Months . 40c $1.25 2.70 4.00 One Year Mepthcr of the Associated Press The Associated Press is exclusively •ntMed to the*use for publication of all lews dispatches credited to it, or not otherwise credited, in this paper, and ■Iso to local news published herein. A rights of republication of special efis patches herein are also reserved. HQW TO BUY BONDS. At Moscow, Idaho, a man and his wife, each nearly 80 years old, had no money for buying Liberty bonds. But they had a few dollars sent them by their sons in the army and they had a cow. So they took their bit of cash and made an initial payment on a $100 bond, then offered the cow for sale to pay the re maining instalments. This man and his wife were not bur dened with the theory that Liberty bonds should be bought only out of spare cash on hand. They loaned to the govern ment just about all they had in the world. Beside them the man of means who puts into bonds only what he can easily spare, or who stints his subscrip tion because hé disapproves of having fcis income taxed, fs pretty far down in the scale of patriotism, — Spokesman Review. BR IBS fe ALL HONOR TO LATAH COUNTY. All honor to Latah county and Mos With a quota that was dispropor cow. tionate with her resources, the county Rich, Red Blood Will Ward Off Disease Fall is a season when disease is apt to attack without warn ing; you should, therefore, keep your blood in perfect condition so that your system will have disease-resisting power. NYAL'S BLOOD REMEDY Will cleanse your blood of all impurities. Its use will also cure skin diseases, rheumatism and other afflictions due to bad blood. Take it now and you'll have increased vitality throughout the winter months. Price $1.00 Corner Drug Store Where Quality Counts / BOLLES & LINDQUIST, Props. 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. Phones: 36, 150 Y, 19J Washburn & Wilson Produce Co. The Old Grice Warehouse — Near Inland Depot ■ r Financial Assistance 23 m r . The man who can accumulate money by his own perseverance and industry is the kind of a man who can be trusted with responsibility. Begin now with a savings account and aid will be extended in such a way that you will be able to get better results from your own efforts. The First National Bank OF MOSCOW /«? Ï*1 4% on Savings. m J. S. Heckathobn, Cashier W. L. Payne, President 4 "over the top" in the fourth A-, The Star Mirror goes 1 comes from headquarters has gone Liberty loan. to press won that both the town and county have sub scribed their quota and it is believed that both will have several thousand dollars of of p spare. The It has been a long, hard drive, committee, of which H. H. Simpson is chairman, has done grand work. They They have sue are entitled to praise, ceeded. Every member of that commit tee has given of bis time, bis energy and his money to raise the quota. ; No one can tell the personal sacrifices that have been made by some of the people of small means to buy bonds. There are, no doubt, many instances that would arouse sympathy were all the facts known. There have, of course, been slackers, but there have also been heroes anH heroines who iiave made sacrifices to do their hit. Credit is due to all who helped. Mos cow, the seat of Idaho's great univer sity, will not be classed with the slack ers, We have done our duty. We could do no more. m n n HANG U-BOAT COMMANDERS. Despatches from Berne say that Ger concedes all of the points asked many by President Wilson hut demands that the U-boat warfare continue until the The insolence of the demand is typi-1 «•* Hohenzolleni. Th„ it wil. * ~ j jected. with scorn cannot be doubted. But j it should he more than rejected. The j Allies are in the ascendency now. They ! have Germany whipped. They should \ , 11 j . begin now, to make terms and require j Germany to somply with them. war is ended. ^CtEOT Wedding of Popular Couple. An event of special interest to Mos cow people was the quiet wedding on Tuesday of this week, when Miss Abbie Mix became the bride of Curtis Richardson. Rev. W. H. Bridge per formed the ceremony at high noon One of these terms should be the an ! nouncement that every submarine com mander captured will he hung as a pirate. i There has been, for centuries a law that i pirates should be " 111111 « at the yard arm," and German submarine 1 commanders i the most cowardly and despicable pirates. I Let the announcement go forth 1 Germany that every commander of ' submarine will be hung either before after the war closes, and the submarine . j warfare will stop, The "baby-killers" cannot forego the pleasure of killing more women and chil dren before Germany surrenders. Let them pay with their lives for this pleàs ure. When the allies announced that for every German or French town destroyed two German towns would be razed to the ground, and Germany realized that they were in a position to carry out the threat, the order went forth to cease de stroying towns. Let the Allies deal with Germany in the only way possible, through fear. The German is a natural coward. Put fear into his heart and he will be good. MRS. S. COLEMAN THINKS AN INJUSTICE WAS DONE w » Mrs. S. Coleman, whose husband was hailed before the council of de fense for failure to take the full quota of Liberty bonds allotted to him, thinks an injustice was done to Mr. SS'.Vht ÏÏS S3. TETSK man ca n ed at Thb Star-Mirror of fiee and explained that Mr. Coleman had never been given a quota for the first or second loans and when the third loan was called he was lying point of death and required the attention of a nurse for eight days. in the new library of the J. J. Day home on Van Buran street and it was marked by extreme simplicity. The bride wore a charming gown of dark blue crepe de chine, with a picture hat, and carried la France roses. There were no attendants. Immediately after the ceremony the G. P. Mix home where a delicious wedding breakfast was served at one long table seating forty-two people. The table was made attractive with Ophelia roses and ferns and at each plate lay a tiny white box filled with wedding cake. Mr. and Mrs. Richardson left late in the afternoon by automobile for Twin Lakes. Guests at the wedding and break fast included Mrs. Hibbard of Lew iston; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Day; Mf. and Mrs. Harry Marsh; Mr. and .Mrs. Fred Caughlin; Mrs. E. Woolery; 'and Willis Dermott, of Wallace; Mr. and Mrs. R. Noftsger; Mrs. John Mix; and Sherman Mix of Orofino; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kitts, and Mr. and Mrs. Gifford of Spokane; and Mr. and Mrs. Homer David; Mr. and Mrs. Guy Cur tis; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mix; Mr. and Mrs. William Marsh; Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Day; Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Mix; Mrs. B. P. Griffith; Mrs.- Rich ardson; the Misses Permeal French, Isabel Stevens, Virginia Dermott, Ruth Coffee, Mary McKenna; Messrs Max Griffith, F. E. Mix, Hugh Rich ardson, Ralston Butterfield, and Rev. Bridge. Co-ed Picnic. On last Saturday afternoon the university girls and faculty women enjoyed a picnic on Genesee ridge. The affair took the place of the an nual Co-ed Prom and was planned by the Home Economics club. Several hours of tramping in the woods made the paity quite ready for the sub stantial supper which was served around two huge camp fires. A num ber of townspeople supplied automo biles for the trip. Birthday Dinner. Mrs. David Urquhart enterained several guests at dinner on Wednes day in honor of the ninety-first birth day of her uncle, Mr. James W. Phil lips. The guests included Rev. and Mrs. Perry, Mr. Joseph Van Buskirk, and Mrs. Janette Townsend, Mr. Phillips' only sister. Dinner Guests at Kappa House. Dinner guests at the Kappa Kappa j Gamma house on Friday evening were Miss Mabel Ziese, Miss Elsie Ziese, Miss Leiby, Miss Hyde and Mrs. Goss. Shower for Miss Iverson. On Friday of last week Miss Ida I Iverson was pleasantly surprised at ! her home near Blaine by a number , of her friends, who gave her a mis cellaneous shower. The honor guest was the recipient of many beautiful gifts, and dainty refreshments were served late in the afternoon. Miss I Iverson is to be the bride of Leslie | L. Lyons in the near future. Those present were the Mesdames Erickson, Martenson, Heath, Madson, Kilde, Christofferson, Hagen, Peterson, Nel son, Hanson, Iverson, Hove, 'Larson, Lange, O. Iverson, Gormson, H. Nar um, Egalnd, Smith, Christensen, and Roseboe, and the Misses G. Egland, L. Paulson, B. Askeland, B. Olson, M. Erickson, A. Mortenson, S. Erick son, E. Olson, L. Mortenson, A. Hagen, E. Christenson, E. Iverson, D. Smith, G. Borgen, M. Tideman, J. Abrahamson, and M. Christenson. Wedding at Blaine. Wednesday, October the six teenth, Miss Lottie G. Paulson and C. Herman Kroesing were quietly married by Rev. Helgeson at the Meth odist parsonage at Blaine. They were attended by Miss Julia Abrahamson and Mr. Martin Sten, a brother of the bride. The guests included only relatives and close friends of the couple. Chi Delta Phi announces the pledg ing of Irene McKay of Mullan, Idaho. I I On As for Red Cross subscriptions Mrs. Coleman says they have given much more than the amount published and that she is a member of and active worker in the Red Cross. She and Mr. Coleman feel that it was unjust to single him out as a scape-goat when others, far wealthier than he have failed to come as near giving their quota as Mr. Coleman did. Mrs. Coleman says they secured this land, which they now own, when it was of little value, and by the hardest kind of work and heavy expense made it tillable and placed all the value it now has by hard work and money spent for improvements. She feels deeply the stigma placed upon Mr. Coleman and herself deems was an injustice and she wants the public to think less harshly of Mr. Coleman than they would if these facts were not made public. Mr. Coleman has taken $600 of the fourth Liberty loan, which is much nearer his quota than the amounts taken by several far wealthier men and firms whose names have not been published. —,- üc - Phelps Funeral Tomorrow. The funeral of Eldon G. Phelps, who died at Puget Sound navy yard yester day, will be held at 2:30 Sunday after noon. The services will be at the grave. There, will be a military escort from the S. A. T. C. under Lieutenant Bloomquist. Thie funeral sermon will be delivered by Rev. J. Quincy Biggs, of the Christian church. are of to a or by what she LUMBER TOWNS HELP MINNESOTA FIRE VICTIMS T. P. Jones, of Bovill, superinten dent of" the logging operations of the Potlatch Lumber company, is in town today and says that the lumber camps are contributing liberally to help the fire stricken district of Min nesota. Potlatch has sent $500 and Bovill and Elk River about $250 each. The money has been telegraphed to the sufferers. to Church Notice. Anyone coming to the Baptist church between 11 and 12 Sunday can secure their Sunday school papers. Mrs. Hatfield Recovering. Mrs. Hatfield, who had her hip crushed in an automobile accident sev eral weeks ago has so far recovered that she is able to go upstairs with out a crutch and Dr. Hatfield says she will be completely recovered in a short time and will not be lame. This will be cheering news to her many friends. Weather — Idaho Tonight, heavy frosts in the south. Sunday, fair and warmer in the south. C. C. McGregor came home yes terday from Seattle where she has been visiting several months. Mrs. Olive Rambo and daughter, Miss I va, went to Lewiston today. Miss Mary Weirick of Clarkston is town for a day or two. A. N. Roberts, former assistant asses sor, of American ridge is in Moscow today. L. Sten of Blaine has gone to Ken drick to visit his daughter, Mrs. C. Westendal. Miss Blair Rosenburger of Silverton, Oregon, arrived today to spend the win ter with her aunt, Mrs. F. D. Hawley. Mrs. Jennie Paulson, one of Moscow's pioneers, is visiting friends for a few days in Moscow. Her home is now Spokane, but has just rteurned from Canada where she has farming interests. You will find you save more and live better if you trade at the THIRD STREET MARKET j _ CHICKENS, GEESE, DUCKS AND HIDES WANTED | L. M. K1TLEY PHONE 2481 Monuments THE MOSCOW MARBI/ WORKS George H. Moody, Proprietor Has the finest line of Monuments und all Kinds of Marble Work to be found in the Inland Empire PRICES REASONABLE See Our Work Before Ordering i \ Be Loyal to the men who are giving their lives to their country and yours. This struggle is your struggle and our struggle as much as their struggle. Show them that you are with them— BUY A LIBERTY BOND TODAY FIRST TRUST & SAVINGS BANK Always at Your Service. Thompson Insurance Agency Fire Insurance, Automobile and Plate Glass Insurance, Fidelity and Casualty Bonds J. G. Vennigerholz, Prop. Moscow, Idaho. LATAH COUNTY TITLE & TRUST COMPANY Abstracts of Title Conveyancing Mortgage Loans j. a. McDaniel Moscow, Idaho Dentist Phone 339 FINEST LINE OF HIGH GRADE WOOLENS. YOUR INSPECTION SOLICITED O. H. SCHWARZ, Tailor. JOHN W. STEVENSON, M. D. Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Glasses Fitted Office of Dr. Aapray, MS 3rd Atcl P hone 177 * Go to J. N.- FRIEDMAN for your Harne« and SuppHn. Shoes and Shoe Repairing. Par cels Poet Patronage Solicited. BUSINESS HOUSES AND POLITICIANS wanting an up-to-date Mailing List made from the county records, call THE STAR-MIRROR ■4 Orland 8e Lee ATTORNEYS and COUNSELORS AT LAW Practice in District, State, Federal Cour; s Office; First National Bank Bids. MOSCOW, IDAHO in S. WANTED A LATHER $4 A THOUSAND, ABOUT 20,600 LATHS TO BE PUT ON. ANSWER AT ONCE SAMPSON AND STERN Moscow Phone 105W Lewiston Phone 604L Victrolas and Victor Records Sherfey's Book Store Moscow, Idaho If It's New We Are Sore the First to Have It + Hotel Moscow i * TOM WRIGHT, Prop. * * + Thoroughly Modern * FIRST CLASS GRILL v AUTO BUS AT ALL TRAINS * ■ * \ * Chas. E. Walks AUCTIONEER If you are going to sell and desire my services, secure your dates as early as possible, as I sell nearly every day during the Sale Season. Friday, Oct. 18— W. M. Hennen, at Moscow. Saturday, Oct. 19—George Stewart, at Moscow. Monday, Oct. 21—Ernest Fleiger, at Juliaetta. Tuesday, Oct. 22— R. L. Hollenbeck, at Pullman. Wednesday, Oct. 23—Mrs. M. Lowen, at Genesee. Thursday, Oct. 24— W. T. Cameron, at Moscow. Telephone 278, Office; or 179 J. my Residence, if you desire a date. CLASSIFIED ADS HELP WANTED—Female WANTED—A GIRL TO DO HOUSE work mornings. Mrs. J. G. Eldridge, 822 Elm St. Phone 22R._IStf HELP WANTED—CHAMBER MAID and elderly lady to help in the kitchen at the Idaho Hotel. 298tf WANTED—GIRL TO DO HOUSE work mornings. Mrs. C. A. Wright. 216 East 2nd. • 19-tt I HELP WANTED—Male WANTED—MEN APPLE PICKERS. Phone 9054. 16-18 WANTED — A BOY. APPLY AT Creighton's. IStf. WANTED — 50 PRUNE PICKERS. Inquire U. S. Employment Service. WANTED — TWO CAPABLE MEN for night janiterr service, University of Idaho; steady job through winter to right men ; $75 per month. Apply to Fred Skog, University. 17-19 FOR RENT—Rooms FOR RENT—LIGHT HOUSEKEEP ing rooms ; nice, large rooms, well fur nished. 310 So. Lilly. 15-21 ROOMS FOR RENT—ALSO SUITE of rooms, hot and cold water, mod ern conveniences; prices reasonable, 425 Third St Mrs. D. Urqnhart 1444# FOR RENT —A ROOM WITH OR without sleeping porch; hot and cold ■eater; modem conveniences; price rca onabe. 425 East Th : rd St Mrs. B» •quhart. Lki FOR RENT—LIGHT HOUSEKEEP ing rooms. Phone 814N. 228 So. 17-tf Almond. FOR RENT—FURNISHED APART merits and furnished rooms at. Eggan's 'apartments. Phone 205H. FOR TRADE WANTED—TO EXCHANGE ONE: two bottom 14-inch gang plow for three bottom. Phone 9251. J. H. Dye. 289-tf FOR RENT—Houses FOR RENT, SALE OR TRADE— Eight room modern house, 446; Lewis St. Rent $15.00 per month. 19-24; FOR RENT—AN 8-ROOM MODERN house, near the dormitory; ready on the 17th of this month. Phone 170J. Mrs. John Shannon. 3-tL ONE OF OUR MODERN COTTAGES on N. Jackson St. will be for rent in a few days. Inquire at Hagan & Cushing's 6-tf FOR RENT—6-ROOM HOUSE. 228T South Monroe. Phone 180L. 16-21 W ANTED—Miscellaneous WANTED—USED BABY BUGGY 19-24 in good order. WANT PIANO FOR WINTER— Private use. Prof. E. O. Bangs. 18-24. 506 E. First St. WANTED—GOOD LIVE DEALER to sell the best truck on the marker Can make deliveries 1 to 5 tons. Write Rochester Motor Co., 1012 Sprague Ave., Spokane, Wash. 235-tf WANTED TO RENT—AN OFFICE" desk. ' Telephone 352. 29i-tf WANTED — TO RENT A PIANO. Call 145Z. IStf. CAPABLE TEACHER WISHES Phone 144W. piano pupils. Johnston. Mrs. IStf FIVE STRAY SHEEP TAKEN UP. Owner may have same by paying, for their keep and for this ad. Phone, 17-19 191W. FOR SALE—Real Estate FOR SALE—A 6-ROOM MODERN! residence; good cellar and garage. Phone 263H. Fred Stone. FOR SALE—8-ROOM MODERN residence ; choice location, corner lot,, garage, etc. Phone 267Y. Sam Silvey. 255-tL. 16-tf FOR SALE —HOUSE AND LOT corner First and Polk Sts. Inquire Mrs. Wm. Arnett. 244tf FOR SALE miles east of Moscow ; house and barm Write E. R. Fuller, Lewiston, Idaho, or see N. G. Gilbertson, adjoining farm. 6tf 80 ACRES THREE FOR SALE — ONE 16x16 HOUSE, finished down stairs; 16-foot plate; cheap if taken soon. Phone 9334. 17-23 : FOR SALE—Miscellaneous FOR SALE — ONE SCHUMANN piano in first class condition. Will not rent. Phone Sundays 279 FOR SALE—AN 8-FOOT DOUBLE disc Van Brunt drill, nearly new; a 7-foot John Deer double disc. Write TL G. Heaton, Moscow. 15 21 19-tf FOR SALE OR TRADE—ONE TWO? ton truck and wood saw combined; one six H. P. gasoline wood saw. George W. Smith. Phone 31J 14-26 jpLINE - KNIGHT 7-PASSENGER touring car, in good condition, for sale r trade. Moscow Auto & Supply Co. 283tf FOR SALE—1 DEERING BINDER; sell for cash or trade in stock. M. J. Schu, Moscow, Idaho. Rt. 3. 244tf SELDEN TRUCKS SOLD ON DE ferred payment plan. Write Rochester Motor Co.. 1012 Sprague Ave., Spo kane, Wash. 235-ti FOR SALE—Live Stock PIGS FOR SALE—25 NICE PIGS, six weeks' old. Inquire of B. E. Bush. IStf Phone 2Y. FOR SALE —REGISTERED CHES ter white pigs, both sexes. Call 927X2. _ 13-40 FIVE REGISTERED HOLSTEIN Freisen cows, high producing and' testing; also one pure bred Holstein bull calf. Priced right for quick sale. Address Wm. Hennen, Moscow. Phone 9237. * t r MISCELLANEOUS FOUND—A RING ON MOSCOW Owner can have same by ca ^' n 8 a t Star-Mirror and paying for this ad! 19-20 street.