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THE DAILY STAR-MIRROR, MOSCOW IDAHO,
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1918
Buy New Style Suits at
Half Price!
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Beautiful New Garments—faultlessly tailored from the season's favorite fabrics
—Velour De Laine, Broadcloths, Poplins, Men's Wear Serges and Tricotines,
Chiffon Velvets and Velveteens—highly desirable garments at lower prices
than other stores ask for out-of-season styles.
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Buy New Fall Suits here from $10.00 to $43.75 for garments worth exactly
double these PRICES.
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The Fashion Shop
GET A BIG
FAT TURKEY
FREE.
SALE ENDS WEDNESDAY,
NOVEMBER 27.
GET A BIG
FAT TURKEY
FREE.
SALE ENDS WEDNESDAY,
NOVEMBER 27.
"Where Price and Quality Meet
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Weather—Idaho—Tonight and Friday,
rain.
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Priddy left to
day for Seattle and Portland to be
gone for two weeks.
Mrs. D. Sullivan brought in eight
quarts of fruit for the soldierst yes
terday.
O. A. Giles of Elk River is ill of
influenza at Eureka, Mont.
There's only three prices—all coats
and suits are $17.50, $21.75 and $29.85
—these are the going prices at
Creighton's—and there's some won
derful values.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sharnhorst
were in the city yesterday from Gen
esee.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hampton of
Genesee were shopping in Moscow
Wednesday.
Judge and Mrs. Morgan left yes
terday for Boise, after visiting a day
with their daughter, Miss Pearl Mor
gan, of the university.
Mrs. Floyd Rader and Mrs. R. N.
Miller of Pullman were shopping yes
terday in Moscow.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Rambo went to
Lewiston last evening to take care of
their son, Lawrence, 16 years of age,
who is a recent victim of influenza.
Mrs. H. Eutsler returned last even
ing from Prosser, Wash.
Miss Inez Graham, who has been
ill of influenza, is improving rapidly.
Mrs. Jennie Deal, a pioneer resident
of Moscow, has returned to spend the
winter in her old home, after residing
in Wardner for a time. Her old time
friends will find her located in Mrs.
Agnew's apartments.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Johnson are en
joying a visit from their neice, Miss
Pearl Baxter, who teaches at Pot
latch.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam L. Silvey have
received the sad news of the death
of their daughter, Mrs. Mae Platz, of
influenza, at Bigger, Canada. Mrs.
Platz was well known here, having
been born 28 years ago near Viola,
and living in Latah county most of
her life. She leaves a husband and
two small children.
Miss Olive Havens and Miss Betty
Dowdy were passengers to Spokane
this morning to remain for a few
days.
Mrs. J. M. Bolding returned last
evening from Spokane.
E. W. Porter of Juliaetta was in
Moscow yesterday.
The county commissioners adjourn
ed their session yesterday, after re
viewing the county election vote. They
will meet again November 22.
John L. Woody, county commis
sioner, returned to his home at Ken
drick last evening.
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Duncan Howard of the S. A. T. C. re
turned yesterday from a furlough spent
in Spokane.
Miss Judith Olsen and Miss Anna
Sund, students of the university, return
ed today from their homes 3t Sandpoint,
where they have been during the quar
antine.
Mrs. Alfred Metlock, sister of the late
Miss Ona T-homas, arrived today from
Seattle
' O. U. NiTes. who is handling potatoes
for d a y Spokane firm, was in Moscow yes
Chas A Fisher who has been attend
Chas. A. fisher, who has been attena
mg to fire association business in the
Elk river country, passed through Mos
cpw today on his way to his home at
Orofmo.
Special sale on spare ribs, backbones
and pork tenderloins at the Cold Storage
Market. 41-42
Mrs. Geo. H. Savage returned last
evening from Pullman, leaving her I
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daughter Helen improving slowly, Mrs.
Savage was called home by the sickness
of little Margery Griffith, who makes
her home with Mrs. Savage.
Miss La Vern Savage went to Pull
man to take care of her sister. Miss
Helen Savage, who is ill of influenza.
C. A. Salisbury of Tie Siding, Wyo.,
is here to visit his son of the S. A. T. C.
Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Bracket and Mrs.
Bracket's sister, Miss Nellie Wilson, of
Colfax, are in the city on business. Mr.
Bracket is proprietor of the variety
store on Third street.
Special sale on spare ribs, backbones
and pork tenderloins at the Cold Storage
Market.
Mr. and Mrs. Edmundson of Spokane
are in the city to visit their son Tracy
of the S. A. T. C.
Special sale on spare ribs, backbones
and pork tenderloins at the Cold Storage
Market.
state would be dealt with en masse
and those places which had stamped
the epidemic out by careful and self
sacrificive efforts be obliged to wait
until more careless or less fortunate
places had reached the safety line,
A resolution was forwarded to the
state authorities asking that when
ever tbe quarantine be lifted, they
wold d consider the week as commenc
ing with Sunday rather than Monday
anc j so enable the churches, whose
week commences on Sunday, to hold
services at the earliest possible mo
ment. Sympathy was expressed for
those businesses upon which the bur
den of the quarantine was falling
very heavily Special mention was
made of the Creekmur College which
has 1,6611 P ut out of business and it
«Touk^be ^consfdered
dangerous than the holding of
S T Sa \ eS : , . , .
An admira bl e paper was read by F.
R ev jj q p elT y on the"Theology
of the Social Consciousness," and
^e disuussion following showed that
the ministers were vitally interested
in the social aspects of religion.
Mr. Chancy, the new "Y" secretary
me t with the ministers and arrange- W.
ments were made for the co-opera
tioh of the Y. M. C. A. and the L.
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Miss Alice Johnson, who is a nurse of
the Sacred Heart hospital of Spokane,
is home, while convalescing from an at
tack of influenza, to visit her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Johnson, who live
near the university. A son, S. E. John
son, who is also recovering from a simi
lar attack, returned today from Port
land, where he has been working in the
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Clark have re
turned to Moscow after two weeks
spent at the home of their son, Clyde
who with his wife has been verv
sick'with influenza, followed by pneu
monia. Clyde's condition was so bad
that for three days it was feared he,
would not recover. Both of the young
people are doing much better and I
are regarded as out of danger. They j
are living on F. A. Clark's farm in j
Clinton precinct, west of Moscow, on
the Washington side of the state line,
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shipyards.
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The ministerial association discus-1
, A Jt mster .. assoc J atlon discus
sed the quarantine question on Tues
dav Some restlessness was evident
ul' j.vU° me r ® S *- 68311688 was 6V1 ? 6 j
but the association resolved to abide I
bv the ree-ulations without nrotest I
uy me zeguiations wrenout protest,
feeling that the state authorities
might be trusted to raise the quaran-1
tine at the earliest moment. The I
question at issue was, whether the .
MOSCOW MINISTERS
HOLD A MEETING
DECIDE TO MAKE NO PROTEST
AGAINST QUARANTINE RULES
OF HEALTH BOARD
churches. As soon as quarantine is
lifted classes for bible and religious
study will be opened under the di
rection of the leading men in town
and university and in connection with
each church.
Details of the union Thanksgiving
service will be published next week.
_ Hotel Moscow Arrivals.
13 - J ' °- Trac y- J ' A ' Pa y
G. ^Mann. M M^Hulburd,
Duwe, H. A. Miller, Fred I. Fornia,
Lavin, W. B. Dishman, S. E. Hag
Kard Spokane- A. F. Parker Grange
ville;' Marvin T. Mitchell, St. Louis;
0 . H. Evans Tacoma- J. N. Pvle
Walla Walla; j'. Chas. Evans, Odessa'
Wn.; Lt. F. W. Burlingham, Walla
Walla; Andrew Dingwall, Chicago;
M. Beard, Juliaetta; R. W. Nel
son, Moscow; J. S. Jones, Chicago;
R. Evans, Seattle.
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IS TO BE STOPPED
DRAFT BOAR BORDERED TO DIS
CONTINUE WORK ON THOSE
REGISTERED SEPT. 12
To Local Board:
The provost marshal general in
strucb s you as follows:
1- The secretary of war had today
issued the following order to the
provost marshal general:
"You will at once instruct state
headquarters and local and district
boards immediately to discontinue all
work connected with the classifica
I tion of men who on September 12,
! 1918 had attained their 37th birthday,
^ ou wlP further instruct said boards
Î? con finue the completion as expedi
tl ° us ,V as possible the classification
01 ad registrants who on September
\ 2 ' 191 had attained their 19th birth
???, and had not attained them 37th
blr t"day. You will finally, at the
earnest appropriate moment direct
A °. cai and district boards to issue
Q ue stionnaires to all registrants who
4. u 1918, had attained
Ju 1 ^irthday and had not at
tamed their 19th birthday; and to
proceed with and complete as early
as possible, the classification of such
registrants.
Further orders will be issued
later covering the matter of send
ing questionnaires to and classifying;
18-year old registrants."
3. Entering pursuant to the fore
going instructions upon what seems,
in view of the mighty events of the
day, to be the final work of this
character to be done by the selective
service system, I extend to the mem
bers of that system my personal
congratulations upon their truly
S rea ^ achievements of the past year
I arhipvpmpnts that iL vp
ana * . nal i* achievements tnat nave
taxed to the utmost the time, the
abilitv and the endurance of all those
aointy, ;ana tne endurance ox au tnose
engaged in the work and that have
» » to which in laro-o
lurmsneu tneaimy, to wmen m urge
measure must be S 1V6n the credlt for
sa \ m % to th6 world both civilization
and government by the people to you,
members of that system must come
a sense of duty well done which only
a loyalty, and patriotism and devo
tion such as yours can bring. The
country and the world knows that
it owes to you a debt of thanks and
gratitude which cannot be measured
by words but only by the affection,
the respect and the esteem now yours,
of those among whom you live, and
from whom you have taken that which
was beyond price.
4. In understanding the comple
tion of your work under the orders
above given, bespeak of you the same
interest and tireless energy which has
characterized your work in the past.
CROWDER.
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KING GEORGE SENDS
THANKS TO WILSON
RULER OF GREAT BRITAIN
THANKFUL TO AMERICAN
PEOPLE FOR AID IN WAR
LONDON, Nov. 13.—(British wire
less.)—King George, on the signing of
the armistice sent a message of congratu
lation to President Wilson and thanks to
the people of the United States for their
aid in the war. President Wilson cabled
a reply of warm appreciation.
The king's cablegram follows :
"At this moment of universal glad
ness I send you, Mr. President, and the
people of your great republic, a message
of congratulation and deep thanks in my
j own name and that of the people of this
| empire.
| "It jg > indeed, a matter of solemn
thanksgiving that the people of our two
countries, akin in spirit as in speech,
should today be united in this greatest
of democracy's achievements. I thank
you and the people of the United States
for the high and noble part which you
have played in this glorious chapter of
history and freedom,
President Wilson's cablegram said :
"Your generous and gracious message
j s most warmly appreciated, and you
mav rest assured that our hearts on tins
side n f the Atlantic are the more com
pietely filled with joy and satisfaction
because we know the great partnership
0 f interest and of sentiments to which
; we belong.
"We are happy to he associated in this
j. time of triumph with the government
j and people on whom we arc so sure we
i can count for cooperation in the delicate
' and difficult tasks which remain to be
I performed in order that the high pur
poses of the war mav be realized and
established in the reign of equitable
; justice and lasting peace."
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i because it is awfully mixed up
1 t 10 ? 11 a religious standpoint am t suf
| f er J ng from r fi lgl , ou 5 P r6 wdice, Abe,
' * rom cold feet, and anybody
. îï.cn xHt° U , su ' 3scrl ^ e to the
United War Work campaign for the
alleged reason_nn matter what
I sa f! le . alle |pa T 6 . a !' 0n no 1 matter what
region he thinks he belongs to—
■ relie-ious crank Ahe He's
am 1 a religious cranK, Aoe. ries
a combination of a tightwad and a
_ Morris Perlmutter
lrduor ' tviorns ren muti er.
Mn<srnw PTTm lr , . RV
MOSCOW PUBLIC LIBRARY
GE1S MANY NEW BOOKS
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"Furthermore, anybody which
wouldn't fight in the United States
The Moscow public library has just
purchased over fifty new books for
the use of the public, as soon as the
quarantine is lifted. Here are the
titles of some of them:
"Five Tales," by Galsworthy ;* "The
Airmen and the Tramp," by Lee; "The
Return of the Soldier," by West;
"Best Short Stories of 1917," by
O'Brien; "Great Ghost Stories," by
Prof. Hyslop; "Glory in the Trenches,"
by Dawson; "Out to Win," by Daw
son; "Mrs. Hope's Husband," by Bur
gess; "Four Days," by Heminway;
"You No Longer Count," by Boylesvi;
The titles of other books will be
printed Igter.
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HEART FAILURE NOT
INFLUENZA CAUSED DEATH
It was heart failure, not influenza
that caused the death of William
Howe, S. A. T. C. man from Laramie,
Wyoming, yesterday,
man had been in usual health the
day prior to his death and was work
The young
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
WANTED—BY A YOUNG MAN, A :
job in Moscow; any kind of work. 1
Phone 1S6Z. W. L. Clauson.
41-42
I ing with the other men. , He com
I plained of partial blindness and
1 trouble with his heart Tuesday even
I ing and was taken to the hospital
THE MOST
DANGEROUS DISEASE
No organs of the human body are
important to health and long life
as the kidneys. When they slow up
and commence to lag in their duties
look out! Danger is in sight.
Find out what the trouble is—with
out delay. Whenever you feel ner- j
vous, weak, dizzy, suffer from sleep
lessness, or have pains in the back or j
difficulty in passing urine—wake up
at once. Your kidneys need help, j
so
'
These are signs to warn you that
your kidneys are not performing
their functions properly. They are
only half doing their work and are
allowing impurities to accumulate
and be converted into uric acid and
other poisons, which are causing you
distress and will destroy you unless
from
they are your system.
ROLLEFSOIN'S
FREE
PHONE
DELIVERY
351
Friday and Saturday Specials
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LARGE FANCY RAISINS, 2 pkgs.
OTTER MINCED CLAMS, large can.
POUND CANS PINK SALMON.
CHILE CON CARNE, can ..
LARGE FAT HERRING, 4 for .1
REX CONCENTRATED LYE, can ..
GILLET'S BOX BLUEING, 3 for ..
ARMOUR'S ROAST BEEF OR CORN BEEF, Special, can
25c
16c
22c
. .15c .
25c
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it
Make Next Washday Easy
Yes—Get .he biggest washing out and on the line before 10 o'clock.
No laundiess required. Push a button and the THOR will do the
work. Nj wages to pay anyone. No meals to serve. What a dif
ference between this and the old wasteful way of wearing out the
clothes on i washboard and rubbing and wringing most of the day!
3
t Electric
" Washing Machine
dies a good s.zed washing in an horn. Costs only 2c an hour for electricity. I
Posilively the .uost economical way to wush. The THOR actually pays for
itself as it goes along. It saves more than it costs. Over 130,000 women have J
already proved that in their homes. Come and we will prove it also. We «Ql I
show you how to get better washing done for less than it costs you now. j
$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 all we claim or your money back.
Come this week- come before next washday. Let us show you how it
saves money and drudgery and gives a woman a day of leisure.
Washington Water P
Co.
ower
ar
and died Wednesday morning. This
reduced the number of deaths from
influenza in the S. A. T. C. ranks,
by one, from the published report.
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tain 01l| y old-fashioned, soothing oils
combined with strength-giving and
system-cleansing herbs, well known
and used b p hys i dans in their daily
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practice (=Oi^jj MEDAL Haailem
Oil Capsules are imported direct from
the laboratories in Holland. They
are convoient to take and will either
give prompt relief or your money will
be refunded. Ask for them at any
drug store, but be sure to get the
original imported GOLD MEDAL
brand. Accept no substitutes,
sealed Three sizes.
Get some GOLD MEDAL Haarlem
Oil Capsules at once. They are an
old, tried preparation used all over
the world for centuries. They con
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