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The daily star-mirror. (Moscow, Idaho) 1911-1939, December 05, 1918, Image 3

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Dec. 7th Stores Closed! Sat. 2 P. M
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Men in Uniform 55c
Tickets $1.00 Plus War Tax
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Citj? NeWs
Mr. and Mrs. Ash Pierce left today
for Yakima, Wash., where they will make
their home. Mr. Pierce has a position
there in a jewelry house.
Miss Gladys Jones and mother, of
Spokane, have moved to the Hodgin's
apartments. Miss Gladys is a student at
the university.
J. G. Gibson returned this morning
from Spokane.
Mrs. Silas Shaw and daughter Vera
went to their home today at Kamiah.
Miss Vera was a student at the univer
sity.
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Martinson went
to Lewiston to be gone a few days.
Mrs. Casey, who has been visiting her
sister, Mrs. John Reilly, went to Harlton,
Montana.
Mr. and Mrs. Theo Snead, who have
been visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Snead,
Toys, games, games, toys, toys,
games, toys at Knight s Variety
Main St.
left today for their home at Lewiston.
Mrs. G. W. Blakorby, of Montana,
arrived in Moscow today.
Mrs. Tim Sullivan went to Coeur
d'Alene today to visit a week with her
sister.
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Dolls, books, games, toys, Brackert's.
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Mrs. J. J. Day, who went to Spokane
last Saturday, went on to Portland to
remain a few days with her daughter.
Miss Bernice.
Capt. E. W. Baughman returned today
from Spokane where he has been on a
short business trip.
Clyde Marsh, now of the U. S. navy,
is home on a ninth's furlough to visit
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Marsh.
Miss Jennie Peterson and Miss Lila
Johnson will leave tomorrow for their
schools at Ritzville, Wash.
Mrs. Audrey Herington has returned
to her position with the Washington
Water Power company after a siege of
the influenza.
Toys, baskets, stationery, Brackert's.
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Miss Betty Dowdy went to Pullman
today for a short visit.
Miss Patricia L. Maynard, who has
been teaching the Ferndell school near
Joel, went to her home today at John
son, Wash.
The two children of C. C. Hunter are.
quite ill with influenza.
Xmas Handkerchiefs, Xmas Candy
at Knrfght's—Main St.
Oatmeal Blend has no rival as a break
fast food. It is manufactured ip Mos
cow. Ask your grocer for it.
Mrs. J. W. Sampson of Lewiston is
vis'iting her daughter. Mrs. Harry H.
Stern, and her son, John Sampson.
Miss Olive Frazier came home this
morning from Lewiston.
Miss Rilla Gehrett has returned to her
place in the postoffice after an illness
of influenza.
Mrs. J. P. Phillips was in Moscow
shopping yesterday.
Miss Olive Havens left this morning
for a visit at Garfield, Wash.
John L. Woody, county commissioner,
arrived in Moscow yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Berger were pas
sengers to Spokane Wednesday.
Iron wagons, sleds, doll-buggies and
Kiddie-Kars at Knight's—Main St.
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The regular teachers examination
will be held December 19, 20 and 21
at the court house at Moscow, Idaho.
Supt. of Schools,
Latah County.
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IN THE SUPREME COURT, CITY
OF MOSCOW. STATE OF IDAHO,
GREETING:
DECREE OF DIVORCE
When age smothers the beauty of
wives something is bound to happen.
"Old Wives for New," at the Or
pheum Theatre Friday and Saturday
will teach all women salutary truths.
When a married woman becomes
fat, lazy and slovenly, is divorcé jus
tifiable ? This problem is answered
Old Wives for New," which will
be shown at this theatre Friday and
Saturday.
in
Hotel Moscow Arrivals.
Dec. 4.— M. H. Wasson, W. W.
Caldwell, J. M. Ashley, C. E. Sarves,
F. H. Roseboom. H. A. Filler, B. H.
Dirks, Martin Ellison, O. J. Grendall.
T. E. Haggard, K. B. Skibness, F. C.
Downs, J. D. Mulvehill, Spokane;
Ralph McAfee, Seattle; Louis Cobn,
Portland; J. K. Smowley, Pullman;
O. E. Lehmuter, Butte, Mont.
L1D DOWN TIGHT
FORBIDS DANCING, CONVEN
TIONS AND PUBLIC GATHER
INGS WHILE FLU IS BAD
With a new outbreak of tbe influenza
worse than at any time since the epi
demic began several weeks ago, Spokane
has again clamped down the lid which
was lifted in order to hold the big three
days' peace celebration of Thursday,
Friday and Saturday, last week. With
new cases developing at the rate of 300
per day and many deaths occurring, the
metropolis of the Inland Empire has
been forced to cancel invitations to In
land Empire towns to send delegates to
the fruit convention and the Farmers'
Union convention, both of which were
to have started next Tuesday. The. rigid
rules now being enforced in Spokane are
just what the Moscow health officers
have been trying to avoid in Moscow by
asking the co-operation of the people in
enforcing a voluntary quarantine here.
The following report published in last
night's Spokane Chronicle shows the
seriousness of conditions there and what
steps are being taken to prevent a spread
of the disease. The Chronicle says :
"In an order issued this morning by
Health Officer J. B. Anderson and taking
effect immediately, an indefinite quaran
tine is placed on public dances, on ac
count of the influenza situation.
"Included in the ban order are all mass
assemblages, community singing, con
ventions, where delegates come from out
side the citv and crowding in the lobbies
of the theaters.
"The order also calls upon parents to
keep all children of school age at home,
away from theaters and off the streets.
Hope to Curb Epidemic.
"The quarantine order was issued
after a consultation among Dr. Ander
son, Commissioner Charles Fleming and
other members of the board of health.
They hope that by the provisions of the
order the influenza epidemic can be
greatly abated, the public protected from
the disease and at the same time busi
ness not interfered with.
Cut Down Classes.
" 'The ban -on dancing includes only
public dances in halls and restaurants
where the crowding of people is great
and dangerous,' said Dr. Anderson,
do not wish to interfere^ with dancing
schools where instruction is given by
teachers, but the limit must be six
couples at a time at such a school.
"All children of school age are barred
from theaters, must keep off the streets
and remain at home. Parents are cau
tioned to make children observe the pro
visions of this order, the health depart
ment believing that parents should have
better control over the children than the
health department can be expected to.
"Theater managers arc prohibited
from selling a ticket to any person when
there is not a scat in the theater for that
person. This order means just what it
says and must be strictly obeyed.
"No persons will be allowed to stand
or crowd in the lobby of any motion
picture, vaudeville or other theater.
There shall be no such thing as 'stand
ing room only.'
"All community sings, massmeetings.
conventions where delegates from out
side the city and large assemblages arc
prohibited. We want no outsiders to
bring the disease into the city.
"Lodges and society meetings and the
luncheons of the different civic and
social organizations do not come within
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DELIVERY
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Friday and Saturday Specials
PORK AND BEANS, Small Size, 2 cans.
OLD DUTCH CLEANSER, 3 cans .
FRESH ROASTED PEANUTS, Pound .
JONATHAN APPLES, Fine to Eat, Box...'.,..
Lay in a few HUBBARD SQUASH for winter, pound
CRANBERRIES, Quart .
Fine Large SALT HERRING, 4 >»r .
FANCY JAPAN STYLE RICE, 2 pounds ..
25c
25c
25c
$1.25
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17c
25c
25c
We will appreciate your orders. Our motto: Quick Sales, Small
Profits—Quality Always.
the provisions of the order. Neither has
the ban been placed on private or de
nominational schools."
New Cases Are 134.
■'With 134 cases of influenza and four
cases of pneumonia reported at the health
office at noon, the situation is considered
much improved. Of the 134 cases re
ported 43 were reported by a physician
through the mail, the letter being dated
December 2 and the report covering
period of several days. Another physi
cian reported 21 cases for an entire,
week, his report being also added to
today's total. The total for the epidemic
onw stands at 5,864 cases of influenza,
621 eases of pneumonia and 226 deaths.
"The public can be assured that the
health officer will think of only the
greatest good to the greatest number in
any action taken,' said Dr. Anderson.
'This thought has governed my actions
in the past and will continue to do so in
the future.'
"The situation serious but no further
ban will be ordered unless, in the opinion
of the health officer and the board of
health, such a ban is absolutely neces
sary, and then only as a last resort.
"Individual common sense and care
will do more to abate the 'flu' than any
other agency. This I have stated many
times, and it, is as true now as it ever
was. If each person will take care of
his or her own health and, if afflicted
with the influenza, use the treatment and
precautions that have been many times
published, there will be an astonishing
falling off in the epidemic.
influenza hospital, according to Dr. An
derson, and are wanted at once. All
persons who have mattresses of that type
and can donate their use are requested to
let the health department know. An
Need Mattresses.
"Single mattresses' are needed at the
oxygen breathing apparatus with a sup
ply of oxygen has been installed at the
hospital for use when necessary."
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SHOW TWO-HEADED
CALF FOR RED CROSS
WILL BE ON EXHIBITION AT
RED CROSS SHOP BEGINNING
NEXT SATURDAY
Cheer up, boys. Perhaps you don't
care whether school keeps or not, but
you will surely care about something
that's going to happen Saturday.
Just think! The circus is coming to
town. "Who ever heard of a circus
coming to town at Christmas time?"
Well, Moscow is going to set the style
and have one as sure as you are a
boy or a girl with a ten-cent piece
Nights of Sleep vs.
Nights of Agony
Verdict Favors D. D. D.
It Is foolish to He awake all the long
night through with that intolerable itching
caused by Eczema and await the coming of
the day. D. D. D. Prescription is made
for you if vou are a sufferer. It will cool
that hot, inflamed and itching skin, you
will be able to rest at night, awake in the
morning refreshed and life will be worth
living. We know it will do ail these things,
as we have testimonials from many suffer
ers right among your neighbors. Try a bottle
and you will not regret it. Come in today.
For 15 Ynars
D.D.D.
the Standard
Skin Remedy
Corner Drug Store
burning a hole in the bottom of your
pocket. .
On Saturday, beginning at nine
o'clock, the Red Cross Liberty Shop
on Third street is going to open the
most amazing, the most marvelous,
the most thrilling side-show that has
ever lured the coins away from the
great American public.'
, ,, ,
I av01 " bh® rush.
throngs and hordes of people anxious
to witness this perplexing freak of
nature. If you don't Visit the Lib
erty Shop on Saturday, you are mak
ing the one big mistake of your young
life. One day only. One dime only.
I Everybody's going to see this unheard
of monstrosity.
And remember that every dime you
pay to the show will be spent for the
benefit of the soldiers and sailors on
land and sea, who are doin£ some
thing for your benefit every day of
the year. The name of tbe great
Red Cross is beloved and honored all
over the universe. Everything you
pay out for the benefit of the Red
Cross—yes, even that dime you are
going to spend to see the two-headed
calf—is helping the biggest and the
grandest and the most unselfish and
the most "noble welfare work in the
world.
Ten cents—only a dime—ten cents
—that's all it is going to cost you
to behold the famous, unique, awe
inspiring two-headed calf. Come early
There will be
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I have taken up, as estrays two
horses, one Bay horse about 8 years
old, weight 1100 to 1200 lbs., and one
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The public is wise
i n its food select
ions.
Recervt demand
for "the well known
ready-cooked food
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Grape-Nuts
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shows how f he first
use of a full -worth
food is followed by
continued repeat
orders.
Nothing made of wheat
and barley has so much
of attractive taste and
tand-by nourishment
as Grape-Nuts food.

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Brown horse, about 8 years old, sell same,
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JOHN C. ST1LLINGER,
Chief of Police.
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Mike laughed
at the Judge
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for chewing Gravely.
The Judge came right
back at Mike with a friend
ly chew—just a couple of
little squares off his plug of
Real Gravely.
Mike found that the chew
stayed with him for a long
while, and the more he
chewed the better it tasted.
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There's the real tobac
co satisfaction," says the
Judge: "and it costs noth
ing extra to chew this class
of plug.
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It tots further — that's why you
can get the good taste of this class
of tobacco without extra cost.
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PEYTON BRAND
Real Gravely Chewing Plug
each piece packed in a pouch -

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