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The DAILY STAR-MIRROR
Published every evening except Sun day, at Moscow, Idaho. GEO. N. LAMPHERE, Publisher. The Official Newspaper of the City of Moscow. Entered as second-class matter Oct. 16, 1911, at the postoffice of Moscow, Idaho, under the Act of Congress of if arch, 1879. c ■ SlfBSG^IPTipN RATES Dcliyerd hy carrier to any part of city : Per Month ., One Year ... 50c $1,50 2.75 5.00 By Mail Î outside of city and on rural routes): 5er Month ...40c TOiree Months . Six Months . Oge Year ,. .$1.15 2.25 4.00 The (Weekly) Idaho Post: Par Year $1.50 Member of the Associated Press. RETRIBUTION. Since politics have ended, since your energy's expended — with enthusiasm 'splendid—to get some bloomin' candidate a little dinky job ; perhaps you folks will listen to that writer or to this'n and will harken to a "poem" that will surely make you sob : Don't you know Old Glory's flying, don't you know good men are dying to make this darn world de cent for you and all your kin ? Men are shedding crimson treasure while you are courting pleasure and by ways entirely wasteful are blowing boodle in. While Yankee lads are pleading for things they're sadly needing you are stuffing and you're gorging on turkey and ice ■cream. No wonder Pershing's cussing or feels a lot like mussing the mugs of guys who're acting like the war was all a dream. While the Yanks are facing hades you are flirting with ladies— you're pretending you're a patriot and a hero here at home; while the Nation's needing money you're calling some kid "Honey"—you are primping and you're pouring hair-grease upon your dome. It is time for you to ponder 'bout condi tions "over yonder" — about the duty you've neglected for dog-gone nigh a year; it is time to go get busy, to think less of little "Lizzie," for the time of retribution is swiftly drawing near. The Recording Angel's writing while brave men for you arc fighting—he is setting down the number of War Stamps that YOU can show; if there are only six or seven, or even ten or 'leven, when you gently murmur: "Just put that ornery slacker with the hosches down below!" —EARL WAYLAND BOWMAN. SB 1RS to This office is in receipt of a tabulated , . , , ., v, c ., report issued by the National Security league of which Elthu Root is president and Alton B. Parker, vice-president, showing how western senators voted on . , ° x , . what the league terms the 10 most im portant war measures. The vote from this state, as shown hy the report, is Senator Borah is credited f . .. , with having voted right on five of the measures, "wrong" on four and not voting on the other. Senator Nugent is shown to have only voted on one of interesting. according to the report, j these, and, "voted wrong" on that one. to to to Two more deaths from influenza in That the arrangement by which Adrian Nelson has acted as probate judge and clerk of the district court since April, 1917, by which the salary of one official was saved to the taxpayers of the county will be continued, is assured by the statement of the Republican county platform to which both Judge Nelson and Homer Estes, county auditor and clerk of the district court have subscribed. The following plank from the Republican platform is here re produced: "We heartily recommend the action .of the board of county commissioners of Latah county in ap pointing Adrian Nelson to the office of probate judge and thereby consolidating the office of the clerk of The district court and the office of probate judge at a saving to the taxpayers of more than one thousand dollars per annum, and if elected, Homer E. 'Estes, 'Republican candidate for clerk of the district court and ex-officio auditor and re corder, pledges himself in :the event-of Adrian Nel son's election To the ■ office of probate judge to re appoint him To the. office Of deputy clerk of the district court in order that the same economical administration may be continued as that which now learitts, : and I if elected, Adrian Nelson, Republican candidate for probate judge, pledges himself that he Will continue To perform the duties of the two offices for the next Two years." To the foregoing statement we give our full ap proval and pledge ourselves to carry out its pro visions. <£*. The people of this section are to congratulated on the cleanness of the campaign just closed. There have been no personalities and no "dirty" work Latah county. This is, in a great meas ure, due to the newspapers of the coun ty, which agree early in the campaign, to not permit personalities or "mud slinging" to appear in their columns. The result has been a clean campaign that will leave few sore spots. to. to to; Moscow brings forcibly to mind the need of greater precautions to prevent the spread of influenza. We are not only the custodians of the health of our own families and our own citizens, hut 1300 young men who come from all parts of Idaho and some from other slates are here and we must protect them. Every precaution advocated hy the medical men should be religously observed hy the people of Moscow, to to pa The first snow of the season made its appearance on Moscow mountain this morning, but it is only seen in small "patches" and is evidently not deep enough to last many days. But it is a gentle reminder that winter is due and we must prepare for it. How about that coal the government advised you to order last summer? Did you get it? to to r<. All eyes will be on Idaho's election re turns Wednesday morning. The world will want to know if the nonpartizan league elects two United States senators from this state. The league claims it will elect both senators and the world is watching to see if the league can deliver the goods. to to m As is usual, both republican and demo cratic national headquarters are claim ing a majority of both house of con gress on the eve of a congressional elec tion. Many a candidate, making his first race for election tomorrow, will realize. Wednesday morning, that there are many liars among voters. to to Pa After tomorrow the defeated candi dates can tell "how it happened." LIVESTOCK SHOW WILL SURE BE HELD POSITIVE ANNOUNCEMENT MADE THAT LEWISTON'S BIG ANNUAL EVENT IS SURE Action was taken Saturday by the directors of the Northwest Livestock associat . on en a numbe r of important matters dealing with the Northwest Livestock show, following a report submitted by Secretary Hendershot, who returned from the Portland con ference. It was at this conference that the new dates for the show were decided upon—November 28 to De member 4 inclusive—while also plans were formulated for close and effect ive coopération with the Portland, San Francisco and Los Angeles shows, A definite result of the Portland meeting assures that the Northwest Livestock show this year will surpass a n past exhibitions in number of ex hibits, extent of premiums and in at tendance, and so the directors yester day took up consideration of the nec essarily enlarged plans in the matter of accommodations at the grounds. Decision was reached that it would be necessary to build another barn, this to supplement two new barns originally provided for. The new barn will be used to accommodate cows, the same being required by the assured magnitude of the dairy exhibit. A washrack will be located in this structure. The stockman's banquet has been an annual feature of the livestock shçw apd it was the unanimous deci sion that this event shopld again be featured, the arrangements being placed in the hands of a cppimittee. The banquet is the event that affords fullest opportunity for stockmen to exchange their views relative to the livestock show and the relation of the show to the industry and has always proven of great value. Contract was closed for the appear ance at the livestock show of the fa mous tabernacle quartet of Salt Lake, and upon suggestion of Director R. C. Beach, the secretary was directed to get into conference with the Camp bell band of Portland toward the end of securing the services of this fa mous musical organization. At the meeting Attorney Miles S. Johnson reported to the directors ac knowledgment of the receipt of the supreme court decision in the case involving the validity of the statute authorizing county assistance to agri cultural exhibitions. The decision Uli A \ m Elmer E. Paulson REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR r~' flinty Commissioner SECOND DISTRICT ELECTION NOVEMBER 5, 1918 i -j. Hotel Moscow I T v t TOM WRIGHT, Prop. v * ï v t Thoroughly Modern + *t* FIRST CLASS GRILL j, AUTO BUS AT ALL TRAINS 4 . J r? * •!: CUT THIS OUT and send it with 25c and receive by return mail Regular Dollar Size package of our Famous Egyptian Beauty Cream. CREMONILE ' A Beauty Builder of Highest Or der. You will be more than de lighted with the result. W. S. Churchill Chemical Co. Beaumont Texas V \ VOTE For whom you please,! but deposit your money in the Old, Reliable FIRST TRUST & S4YBÜ5 SANK Capital $196,600.00 Xom wUI find you mu more and live better if you -trade at the THUCD STREET MARKET CHICKENS, GEESE, DUCKS AND HIDES WANTED PHONE 248 L. M. KITLEY having held the statute to be valid, this makes available to the livestock show uses $4,0C0 provided by county levy in Nez Perce county. This sum is handled through the Nez Perce County Agricultural association, j Extensive advertisement of the i coming show has now been launched throughout the entire western country and the correspondence received daily at the secretary's office shows the widespread interest manifested. The show is now recognized as among: the leaders of : the whole ; United States, and the various departments. of the federal government dealing .with agri cultural development are giving the fullest possible support to the coming exhibition, Hi MAN jjr VHO TlO FIGHTS m CHICHESTER S PILLS V Ä TU DIAMOND BRAU. A. LiIIhI Atk jaar DruarUt Chi ifc—-ttrlPi—w4 Bra Pilla In It.4 and «aid metallic for boxes, seeled with Bine Ribbon. « Tin >a euer, g ar ar vow - Dnifflat Ask for CuLOHESeTEB § DIAMOND BRAND PILLS, for ft» jresrs known as Best, Safest, Alwsys Rellsble SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERF Jap J. Campbell DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR Sheriff ELECTION NOVEMBER 5, 1918 t I A -■% ' Robert 0. Jones OF KELLOGG, FOR Secrertary oj State HE IS A FORMER LATAH COUN TY MAN AND IS A GRADUATE OF OUR STATE UNIVERSITY. IN HIS WORK AS A LEGISLATOR HE PROVED A ZEALOUS WORKER IN NORTH IDAHO MATTERS AND WAS PARTICULARLY INSISTENT THAT THE UNIVERSITY OF IDA HO SHOULD RECEIVE FAIR TREATMENT ( Cad Snâth DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR Csrnrol ssrener SECOND DISTRICT ELECTION NOVEMBER «, MH*>| John L. Woody REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR Sheriff LATAH COUNTY TITLE & TRUST COMPANY Abstracts of Title Conveyancing Mortgage Loans Thompson Insurance Agency Fire Insurance, AutftmoMle and . Plate Glass Insurance, Fidelity and! Gaaailty Bunds J. G. VeaniguahuIz. PaOp. Moscow, Idaho. l a. mcdamiel Moscow. Idaho ■ Dentist Phone 329 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. Aspray, 303 3rd Ave. Phone 177 Go to J. N. FRIEDMAN for your Harness and Supplies. Shoes and Shoe Repairing. Par cels Post Patronage Solicited. Orland 8 c Lee ATTORNEYS and COUNSELORS AT LAW Practice in District, State, Federal Courts Office: First National Bank Bldg. MOSCOW, IDAHO d Inland Market 10,000 chickens wanted. Highest market price paid. Monuments THE MOSCOW MARBIf. WORKS George H. Moody, Proprietor Has the finest line of Monuments and all Kinds of Marble Work to be found in the Inland Empire PRICES REASONABLE See Our Work Before Ordering Vctrolas and Victor Records Sherfey's Book Store Moscow, Idaho If It's New We Are Sure the First to Have It CLASSIFIED AOS HELP WANTED—Male 26-31 WANTED —A BOY, A STUDENT, to do chores for room. Phone 141Y. 30-32 FOR RENT—Rooms FOR RENT — 1 HOUSEKEEPING suite ; also sleeping rooms. Call 105W. I 317 South Jefferson. _ 31-36 FOR RENT —A ROOM WITH OR without sleeping porch; hot and coM ater; modern conveniences ; price rea ■ < nabe. 425 East Third • St. Mrs. D. j quhart. FOR RENT—ROOM *WTTH BOARD ! for one or two girls in private fatoMy; lise of piano if desired. ^OR RENT—FURNISHED APART* I ments and -furnished rooms at Eggan's apartments. Phone 205H. ion Phone 113Y. 30-37 FOR RENT—ONE LARGE 3-ROOM apartment, $15; one 3-room apart ment, slightly smaller, $12; one 2-room apartment, $10; one 2-room apartment, $9; two furnished rooms, $7. 310 South Lilly. Phone 338. 29-tf FOR TRADE WANTED—TO EXCHANGE ONE two bottom 14-inch gang plow for three bottom. Phone 9251. J. H. Dye. 289-tf lv FOR RENT—Houses FOR RENT—A 7-ROOM MODERN 31-43 house, close in. Phone 9341. FOR RENT —6-ROOM HOUSE, 228 24tf f South Monroe. Phone 180L. FOR RENT—AN 8-ROOM MODERN house near the domitory. Phone 170J. Mrs. John Shannon. 3tf FOR RENT—2-ACRE TRACT WITH S-room house, cheap. Phone 290R. _ 32tf i (Mfe CfTJuR' MODERN COTTAGES on N. Jackson St. will be for rent in a few days. Inquire at Hagan A Cushing's _ 6-tf FOR RENT, SALE OR TRADE— Eight-room modern house, 446 Lewis St. Rent $15 per month. J. E. Anderton. 26-32 ; WANTED—Miscellaneous WANTED—GOOD LIVE DEALER to sell the best truck on the market Can make deliveries 1 to 5 tons. Write Rochester Motor Co., 1012 Sprague Ave., Spokane, Wash. 235-tf WANTED — SEVERAL TONS OF carrots. Phone 9267. 26tf WANTED TO RENT—AN OFFICE 291-tf desk. Telephone 352. FOR SALE—Real Estate IMPROVED TWO acres for small car. Phone 290R. 31 tf FOR TRADE FOR RENT, SALE OR TRADE—80 near Moscow ; 30 acres culti Phone 121R. 31-33 acres vated, buildings, orchard. Mason Cornwall. FOR SALE—A 5-ROOM MODERN residence; good cellar and garage. 16-tf Phone 263H. Fred Stone. FOR SALE—8-ROOM MODERN % residence ; choice location, corner lot, garage, etc. Phone 267Y. Sam Silvey. 2S5-tf. FOR SALE —HOUSE AND LOT, corner First and Polk Sts. Inquire Mrs. Wm. Arnett. 244tf FOR SALE — 80 ACRES THREE miles east of Moscow ; house and barn. Write E. R. Fuller, Lewiston, Idaho, or see N. G. Gilbertson, adjoining farm. 6tf FOR SALI1—Miscellaneous FOR SALE—8 TONS OF HAY AND 4 head of stock. Phone 915X1. C. T. Hunt. 31-36 FOR SALE—24 HEAD SHROPSHIRE sheep. Write A. E. Alexander. Phone Farmer 942K5. 32tf A and farming outfit, including feed and crop. Address M. C„ Star-Mirror. 31-33 FOR SALE stack, $8 per ton. PEA STRAW IN Phone 911X3. 26-32 FOR SALE—RHODE ISLAND RED cockerels and pullets. Phone Farqiers 9420. Mrs. A. L. Robbins. 30-32 A FOR SALE—NO. 1 POTATO SACKS. 32-37 Call 252. 308 W. 6th St. ÆOLINE - 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. 244 tf SELDEN TRUCKS SOLD ON DE- ^ ferred payment plan. Write Rochester Motor Co., 1012 Sprague Ave., Spo kane, Wash. 235-tf FOR SALE—Live Stock GOOD JERSEY COW FOR SALE. Phone 141Y. ! 31-33 FOR SALE —REGISTERED CHES ter white pigs, both sexes. Call 927X2. * RABBITS FOR SALE — FLEMISH Giants, New Zealand Reds; thor oughbreds; call 9056. 28-34 FOR SALE—ONE COW 4 YEARS old; one male calf, 3 months; one female calf, 3 months; one shoat, weight 35 lbs.; 3 doz. chickens. J. H. Worley, Moscow, Idaho, R. F. D. No. 28-34 3. MISCELLANEOUS WILLIAMSON IS IN THE MAR ket for 30 to 50 tons of Alfalfa 32-tf Hay; 10 tons Timothy. j* WANTED—10 GOOD MILK COWS; must be fresh or coming fresh soon. Holstein or Durham stock only considered. Must not be over 5 years old. Apply to N. Williamson. -32-tf a THOSE WISHING ODD JOBS DONE phone ! Ray Stevens, c-o Plummer's ' 26-tf Cafe. A STOCKMAN WITH MEANS.; ; aged 60, educated and refined, desires to correspond with widow or maiden ladies; object, results. 'E. ; R. W., care.of Star-Mmror. 31-'35? BOTT AWÖTOtfM» F O U N, D — FOUNTAIN PEN IN cemetery; owner may have same -tyy; identifying and paying for this ad. In-' ... quire Star-Mirror. 31-33/ ' FOUND—DARK BLUE MITTEN; owner may have same by identifying and paying for this ad. Inquire Star Mirror. _32-34 r LOST — THREE YALE KEYS ON ring. Finder please return to this office and receive reward of one dollar. 31-32 ê f LOST—7 POUNDS BUTTER AND 1 carton Prince Albert tobacco. Finder 30-32 kindly report to Oberg Bros.