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The daily star-mirror. (Moscow, Idaho) 1911-1939, January 31, 1919, Image 4

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We offer one car of
FLOUR
AT SPECIAL JPRIGES
for one week only, if the flour lasts.
SNOW MOUNT—The best of the Montana hardwheat. Every sack
absolutely guaranteed to be satisfactory or your money back.
$11.44
2.90
OLYMPIC—Admitted to be the best soft wheat flour ever sold
here. Every sack absolutely guaranteed to be satisfactory or
your money back.
Per Bbl.
Per sack
Both of these brands of flour are milled under the new regu
lation and are straight wheat flour.
These prices are for cash and are good for one week only.
At the store or warehouse.
Per Bbl.
Per sack
$11.44
2.90
WASHBURN & WILSON
STEAMERS CARRY
FOOD TO STARVING
ONE NEW STEAMER BUILT ON PA
CIFIC (OAST CARRIES A
VALUABLE CARGO
Two steamers under the direction
of the American committee for relief
in the near east sailed from New York
with $2,500,000 worth of foodstuffs and
other supplies for the suffering peo
ple of Asia Minor. The steamers were
the Mereurius, which was an ammuni
tion carrier during the war and which
was turned over to the committee by
the navy department, and the steamer
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SPECIALS
Saturday Only
20c
Fancy Pork Sausage, per pound....
Beef Pot Roasts, per pound.
Prime Rib Roast Boned, per pound.
Fresh Picnic Pork Roast, per pound
Leaf Lard^per pound.
Beef Liver, 2 pounds..
Shoulder Veal Steak, per pound.
18c
30c
20c
28c
25c
20c
A FEW FANCY HENS FOR SUNDAY
Cold Storage Market
219 Main Street.
Phone 7
Creekmur's Business College
WILL NOT GLOSE
We are sorely pressed at this time for money to meet our obliga
tions, but at this time we have some funds available and prospects
of increasing our enrollment.
With this in view we feel safe in saying that our school will not
close and that we shall be able to meet our obligations honorably.
We are thoroughly prepared to give as good training as can be
secured in any like school.
Give us your patronage and we will appreciate it.
T. N. CREEKMUR.
If You Would Remain Beauti
ful Assist Nature with the
Right Sort of Toilet Adjuncts
Many delightful "beauty aids'' have been devised by the world's
leading manufacturers and beauty specialists. Our stock of
such toilet requisites is complete—
Face Powders, Cold Creams, Chap Lotions,
Talc Powders, Sachet Powders, Lip Sticks,
Rouges, Hair Tonics, Shampoos, Massage
Creams, Brilliantine, Smelling Salts, Breath
Pastilles, Eyebrow Pencils, Dentifrices, Brushes
Mouth Washes, Toilet Waters, Perfumes,
Toilet Soaps.
Trade comes to us in this line because we always have what
is wanted.
IF IT'S NEW—WE HAVE IT FIRST
The Comer Drug Store
Where Quality Counts
BOLLES St LINDQUIST, Proprietors
Eastern Belle, recently built for the
Emergency Fleet Corporation.
The above information was receiv
ed at the Inter-mountain branch in
Spokane yesterday from the New York
headquarters, and tells something of
what is being done with the funds
now being raised to relieve the suf
fering in the near east.
In the $1,000,000 cargo stowed away
below hatches and on the docks of
the Mercurius is to be found every
variety of article needed for the relief
of the Armenians
Greeks and Jews who, ever since the
outbreak of the war
suffered from the ravages of famine,
plague and destitution,
tory ranged from spoons and needles
to two-ton motor trucks.
Syrians, Persians,
The Western Bell's share of
cargo which is to save many thousands
of lives in the near east is 8075 tons of
in 1914, have
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flour, which was purchased by the
' American Committee for Relief in the
near east for $1,500,000 with the ap
! proval of the United States Food Ad
j ministration and the Inter-Allied Food
i conference of which Herbert C. Hoov
er is head.
! The Mercurius will race across the
' Atlantic with the Western Belle, and
j will contest every mile of the Trip
'■ with her rival for the honor of landing
relief goods first. The Mercurious
j and the Western Belle both have navy
I crews, and are commanded by naval
j officers. Captain Caleb L. Morris is
j in charge of the Mercurius and En
sign Wayland of the Western Belle.
J This is the Western Belle's maiden
! trip. She came from the yards of the
j Columbia River Shipbuilding company
i through the Panama canal to this port
i shortly after the signing of the armis
I tiee.
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\at C. Goodwin Dead.
Nat C. Goodwin,
noted actor, died in his hotel here
today after a brief illness. Death was
due to a general breakdown following
I an operation for the removal of his
right eye several months ago.
NEW YORK.
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REPUBLICANS OPPOSED
THE REFERENDUM MEASURE
BOISE.—Speaker Kiger and Rep
resentative Young were the only re
publicans to vote in favor of the in
itiative member which would place in
the hands of the people the power to
initiate amendments to the state con
stitution. The resolution by Repre
sentative Greenwtood of Minidoka
which asked the sanction of the leg
islature of the initiative power was
hilled in the reference committee and
the resulting vote was on the adop
tion of the committee report.
Greenwood refused to allow the
principle to remain a corpse and im
mediately introduced a second meas
ure to allow electors at large the
power to enact laws.
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[NEVIS FROM CORNWALL
I ITEMS OF LOCAL INTEREST
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I Mr. and Mrs. Ed McIntyre, who
I have been visiting relatives at Joel
j for several weeks, left Wednesday for
I Spokane to visit relatives there before
j returning to their home in Montana.
I Miss Meta Schroder and Miss Ella
Hylden visited friends at Moscow,
I Saturday.
I Mr. and Mrs. James Monda of Joel
are the proud parents of a fine baby
! boy who arrived Monday, January
127. Mother and child are" reported
I doing fine.
j Miss Ethel Wood and Miss Mild
red Hennen took the eighth grade ex
[ amination at Moscow last Week.
The weather here is fine, just like
spring. Several are cutting their
wood for summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Shaw, Mrs. Thos.
Benton and daughter, Hazel, and
Mable Spitler were visiting at Mrs.
Groneber g's, Sunday.
Mrs. Grace Randall of near Mos
cow, was at Joel between trains, Sat
urday coming out to see her brother,
Albert, who has been quite sick but
now is much improved.
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Cards of Thanks.
We wish to express thanks to our
kind friends and neighbors for their
help and sympathy. Also for their
beautiful floral offerings at the bur
ial of our beloved husband and fa
ther.
MRS. J. W. RANDALL,
MR ERNEST RANDALL,
MR. JOHN RANDALL,
MRS. HERBERT WHALEY,
MRS. WENDEL POCHEL.
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Card of Thanks,
We wish to thank our friends for
their kindness and sympathy during
our recent bereavement in the death
of our son and husband, Jacob A.
Hoke. We appreciated the beautiful
floral offerings.
MRS. MARY HOKE
AND FAMILY,
MRS. JACOB A. HOKE.
Hotel Moscow Arrivals.
W. E. Block, Portland ; E. M. Hutch
ings, Helena: E. E. McNerney, Seat
tle;* S. O, Sturgeon, Chicago; J, M.
Read, Ogden; Wm. H. Dunlap, F. W.
JUST RECEIVED
MIXED CONSIGNMENT OF
Straight Flour
Bran and Shorts
Oil Meal, Calf Meal
ft
Poultry Supplies, Etc.
When it comes to quality—we lead the procession
Cleaning, Rolling and Grinding at the Old Stand
Yours for a Square Deal
W. A. LAUDER
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Julian, B. H. Coates, J. E. Dvorok,
Spokane; H. E. Hodgson, Tekoa; G.
A. Frantzich, Troy; Chas. A. Fisher,
Lewiston; Frank B. Benson, Seattle;
Fred A. Bain, Salt Lake; C. A. Tomas
sen, Portland; R. Condell, Troy.
UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
WANT WORK IN MOSCOW
Wanted: Jobs for 45 students of
the University of Idaho. Capable men
and are willing to perform any and
all kinds of work in order to gain an
education. These men appeal to the
good people of Moscow to furnish
them such employment as: Bai^k
clerks, stenographers, gtore cler ks.
waiters in hotels, restaurants anc
homes, janitors, furnace attendants,
snow shoveling, carpet and rug clean
ing, window washing, floor scrubbing,
wood splitting and stacking, coal and
wood carrying, lawn work, doing
chores for board and room or any
other work will be cheerfully per
formed at a reasonable rate per hour
or by the week.
Phone your request to No. 54, bur
sar's office.
94-120
NOTICE OF MEETING
To the Stockholders of the HUNCH
MINING and MILLING CO.. LTD.
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Hunch Mining and
Milling Co., Ltd,, will be held at the
office of the company on Monday,
February 3rd, 1919, at the hour of
10 o'clock a. m., which office is sit
uated in the Veatch Realty Co. of
fice in Moscow. Idaho, on the west
side of Main street, between First
and Third streets. Said meeting to
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Your SAVINGS
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It is not merely the advantage one derives from
putting aside a certain amount of his earnings reg
ularly that counts most in favor of
The saver who puts himself under
necessities is almost cetrain to develop greater
pacity. Our savings plans is especially convenient.
a savings ac
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greater
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OF MOSCOW
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be called for the purpose of electing
directors and officers and transact
ing such other business as may com«
before the stockholders,
22nd, 1919.
98-109
Dated at Moscow, Idaho, January
G. A. RUBEDEW,
_President.

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