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End of the Season Sale!
Inventory revealed a host of material for a good, rousing sale. With Spring just around the corner and the next Dollar Sale scheduled for the last week in February, this End-of-the-Season, Post Inventory Sale comes just right to interest- many. TWO DA YS, THURSDA Y and FRIDA Y Read the items below and there will be many more. If you came to the Dollar Sale you will have an idea of the kind of bargains this sale will offer. You will be here if you want new, clean high-grade merchandise at real bargains. The Bread Baking Contest is to be held during these days and all together you'll find much to interest you. No exchanges or refunds. Mail and phone orders filled with care. You'll find some very low End-of-the-Season Prices for these two days. Always as advertiséd —only better. Don't miss coming. Cotton Batts—3-lb. Batt Cotton Batts—1-lb. Batt—5 for.. 1.00 Stencil Outfits for stamping linens each One Special Lot of Silks—all good— per yard . Silk Foulards—36 and 40-in 98c Boys Overalls—double seat and knees pair, 10 to 17 years. Mens Heavy Cotton Sweaters each .. Mens All Wool Ruff-Nek Sweaters— Cardinal color, Reg. price $9.00 Special . 10 Mens Worsted Suits Overcoats made from Oregon City Woolen Mill Goods.16.50 Hundreds of Mens Shirts—soft and stiff cuffs—Special, each Stag Shirts, Mens Overcoats, Mens and Boys Underwear, Boys Winter Caps and many other items on sale. Dry Goods Department Shoe Dept. Furniture Department 1.49 1.25 09c END-OF-THE-SEASON SPECIALS Mens Heavy Black Shoes, Lace or Button, sizes 6 to 8 Mens Heavy Chippewa Work Shoes, Brown or Black—All sizes Ladies Black Kid Shoes, Military Heel Plain Toe, Eight-inch top Ladies Pink, Blue and White Satin 1.00 Odds and Ends in Ladies and Girls Shoes—small sizes Old Ladies Comfort Felt Shoes.. 1.98 Womens and Girls Heavy Black Lace Shoes, Military Heel Ladies and Childrens Felt Slippers .20 per cent Less Ladies Black Patent Leather, Button Shoes, Military or Cuban Heel, 9-in. 3.98 58c Childrens Sweater Sets (3-piece) 6.50 1.48 One Lot Silks—all good numbers 58c One Big Lot of All Our Embroidery and Flouncings—One-Half Price Hundreds of items that we cannot mention for lack of space—Portieres, Yams, Ivory, Bolt Goods in Wool and Cotton Material, Muslin Underwear, Childrens Underwear—two piece gar ments and union suits—Womens Union Suits, House Dresses and Aprons, Knit Scarfs and Sets—all priced to move at this sale. 1 Quartered Oak Settee, Reg. $23.60 17.40 2.98 Set 2.10 14.95 Special ... 1 Chair to Match, Reg. $16.00, Special . 1 Sectional Bookcase, Reg. $34.00 Special . 1 China Closet, Reg. $30.00 Special .. Sellers Kitchen Cabinet, Reg. $66.00 Special . 1 Magazine Rack, Reg. $12.60 Special . 1 Overstuffed Rocker, Reg. $60.00 Special 1 Circassian Walnut Dressing Table Reg. $24.00, Special Guaranteed Carpet Sweepers—only 24 left, each Colonial Quartered Oak Wood Bed, Reg. $48.00, Special. 2 Hotel Dressers, Reg. $16.50 Special . Small Congoleum Rugs, Reg. $3.26 Special 9x9 Congoleum Rugs, Reg. $15.00 12.50 Crochet Cotton Turkish Bath Towels (17x39) 3 for. Percales (24 in. wide).. Doilie Sets (11-piece set—by the yard Toweling (Crash—bleached and un bleached) . Childrens Rubberized Rain Capes 1.25 Ladies Slip-On Rain Coats—33 1-3% Discount. Ginghams—27-in 6 yds for Ladies Hos 8c, 2 for 15c 3.48 1LO0 1.00 17 Pic 95c 26.00 3.48 25c 20.00 17 Pic Slippers 46.50 Grocery Dept. 1.98 9.20 1.00 Black, white, Grey, Beige—good sizes 1 Lot Boys and Childrens Hose..20c 1 Lot Muslin Underwear —\\ Price Curtain Nets, Reg. price 95c—Special per yard Curtain Scrims, Reg. 50c—Special per yard.33 1-3 C Bed Spreads—full bed size.1.98 Silkolines—good range of patterns— per yard . Cretonnes—29-in. Silk Foulards—36 and 40-in. per yard . 27-in. Outing—lights and darks..27c Oil Cloth.33 l-3c Bed Sheets—72x90 torn sizes; 81x90 tom sizes Pillow Cases—36x42—each Table Damask—72-in.—yd. 38.00 25c Three 26c Cans Hershey's Cocoa.. 50c Del Monte Loganberries—2-lb. cans, Reg. 36c each—2 cans for. ...35c Men's and Boys' Department 19.00 3.68 Davids' Special Coffee—less than wholesale today, pound Golden West Tea, pound. Regular $1.26 Brooms... Quart Jars Wilson Pickles, Regular 68c .1.48 35c 50c 36.00 98c Big Line of Boys Suits—Some with two pairs of pants— 12.50 19c 65c 4.95 5.95 6.95 7.95 top 40c lie Beet Pearl Lamp Chimney—Reg. 16c Special Van Camps Kidney Beans, Reg. 26c . .35c Kelloggs Biscuits, Reg. 16c, 3 for 25c Millers Bluestem Flour, sack Millers Very Best, sack. 15 Boys Overcoats—sizes 10 to 18 years . K. & E. Blouses, each 8 pairs Heavy Canvas Gloves... .1.00 3 pairs Leather Faced Gloves 10 per cent Discount on All Winter Mitts. Mens $1.26 Winter Caps 2.48 Bed Slippers . Boys Carpet Slippers. Boys Felt Boots. Baby Moccasins, pair. Womens Rubbers, pair 48c 4.95 1.48 lie 90c 19c Special 2 for 1 Set Very Fine Diners- Reg. $12.60 each—Special . 2 Quick Meael Gasoline Ranges, Slightly Used 25c 1.00 6.95 ach 1.48 10c 30c 2.75 30.00 90c 1.00 68c 2.85 DAVIDS 9 [yaysiyaiEQji ryayi uauayc pnfanpn m WORLD-WIDE SOCIAL WELFARE PLANNED UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO TO TAKE PROMINENT PART IN GREAT NEW YORK. The University of Idaho is to be included in a world-wide social wel fare movement to spread the enlight enment of civilization in the Orient. This was the step taken at a meet ing where twenty-three people gath ered to discuss this religious and ed ucational movement. This meeting included, besides fac ulty members and city pastors, two prominent visitors. Rev. David R. | Porter and Rev. Ralph McAfee. Rev. David R. Porter, international I .secretary of the students' department I TONIGHT CABARET GIRL LAST TIME WEDNESDAY VIOLA DANA in FLOWER OF DUSK 99 U CHAPLIN COMEDY I 'The aim of the Y. M. C. A., said: of the movement is to spread every where thè fruits of democracy and Christian brotherhood. The plan will mean that the college will send one or more of its best men into some country, low in ideals and devote his life to instructing the people in re ligion and educational lines.'' Dean Eldridge says: The war has opened to the nations a new concep tion of life We no longer are slaves to narrow, selfish motives, but are glad to consider all peoples our brothers and equal partners of the earth." Ph. Soulen is three-fold in its nature. have the manly qualities and inclina tion necessary for missionary labors. Several of the larger eastern uni versities already have their repre sentatives abroad. As a concrete in stance, the student body of Princeton is supporting some of its strongest graduates in Ceylon. The plan as described by Professor The first step is to select students who Second, there must be provided proper training and instruction for work in social welfare problems. And third, the problem of financing the missionaries when in the field must be considered. Colleges are given the privilege of taking over some definite territory and confining their operations to that field or appointing a group of col leges who jointly become responsible for some country. This college movement is not in any way antagonistic to or attempt ing to usurp the activities of church missionaries. The churches are wel coming it and giving aid. The col lege and church missionary are to be co-workers but each has a definite „ . ,, , _, _ , service to perform, according to S. J. Chaney, local Y. M. C. A. secretary, Dreadful Cough Cured. A severe cold is often followed by a rough cough for which Chamber lain's Cough Remedy has proven es pecially valuable. Mrs. F. W. Olsen, Marysville, Mo., writes: "About two years ago my little boy Jean caught a severe cold and coughed dreadfully for days. I tried a number of cough medicines but nothing did him any good until I gave him Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It relieved his cough right away and before he had finished taking one bottle he was cured. I think it is just fine for children." F SAY MILITARY FUNDS WERE ILLEGALLY USED re • . .. ,. , .. Boise The investigation of the use oi the militia fund by ex-Govemor Alexander and his adjutant general, C. o. Moody, has developed nothing positive as yet excepting as to a few w tvf °L- i ega expenditure of funds, With reference to them Mr. Alexan Tu jj General Moody have already pleaded guilty by reimbursing the stete. They have deposited with the state over $300 to cover these items, It is said that a larger amount will have to be paid in to cover the total misuse of funds. The use of the militia funds by the former governor for traveling and °vT e m ® x P en ® es thaL it is claimed, should have been paid out of his own allowance is attempted to be explain fT d ha V here was not J f u ^^ eien l' funds elsewhere to cover that expense and that the militia ap proprmtlon. being practically «nlo„ct ttolîT reg8rded belng of Iegal Tho't» .. . , . . ,. rJ&Ä$°XÄäÄ for personal ends. Nothing definite! can be stated at this time except mg as to misuse of funds admitted by General Moody in his payment of cash to the state treasury since the inquiry was started. IDAHO WOMEN WANT AN EIGHT-HOUR DAY Boise—Prominent women are urg ing legislation providing an 8-hour day for working women and also greater recognition for women in ed ucational spheres. has in view a law compelling the ap pointment of another woman member of the state board of education. There does not appear to be any special opposition to any of these women measures, but there is a grow ing opinion that the educational situ ation demands the appointment of school authorities whether women,who will safeguard the schools from the evils of Socialistic instruc tion. It is charged that many pro fessors and teachers are guilty of preaching Bolshevism in such a subtle , way that ^ is difficult to catch them but still in such a manner as to de moralize the-youthful mind. One movement men or DELTA GAMMA TEA TO BE GIVEN TOMORROW The tea planned by the Delta Gam ma sorority from 2 to 5 tomorrow (Wednesday) afternoon, for the bene fit of French orphans should be well attended This sorority is showing the real Christian spirit in "adopting" several French orphans and must raise the money to pay for the edu cation and care of those "adopted." The orphanage established by the sorority is doing a grand work and every dime contributed to the cause at the tea to be given tomorrow means care for one of the orphans one day. Charitable men and women of Mos c ov y ( a nd that means the entire popu lation) should lend their moral and financial support to this cause and > assist the girls in raising a neat sum at the tea Wednesday afternoon. Re member the place, Delta Gamma house, 624 University avenue, and the time is from 2 to 5 in the afternoon, -- Hotel Moscow Arrivals. Feb. 3.—Jas. Penfield, John Voel ker, Mrs. Addie Athow, M. C. Os i bom, J. W. Hoover, A. F. Downs, j W. J. Robinson, M. E. Clark, C. h! Metz, R. M. Dean, H. A. Miller, A. T. West, Fred Gilbert, Guy E Ruirel H. F. Corwin, M. Johnson, Spokahe:! Irving C. Hedeen, Mrs. H. A. Rich-' ards, M. B. Dallas, Moscow; Melvin Ferguson and wife, Kamiah; J. B. J Johnson, Colfax; Columbus Clark, John Cone, Princeton; Fred K Bress 1er, Lewiston; E Mark Tucker Den ver'; H. A. Mo„l" Chlc.^Ä F O- T. Mudg. Portland; F. W. Dreffel, Colton; W. H. Hammel,! Faîls. FranCiSC0 ; Ed S - BeCk ' -»_ That Terrible Headache. Do you have periodic attacks ofj headache accompanied by sickness of the stomach or vomiting, a sallow j skm and dull eyes . If so, you can get quick relief by taking Chamber- j lam s Tablets as directed for bilious- | ness, and you may. be able to avoid these attacks if you observe the di- ; rections with each package. F i / ODD FELLOWS ADOPT RESOLUTIONS ON DEATH Resolutions from Moscow Lodge, No. 31, I. O. O. F. In memory of our Brother J. W. Randall, who passed to the Great Be yond, January 20, 1919. Whereas, our Heavenly Father, in His infinite wisdom has called from our midst our belover Brother J. W. Randall, as a member of our much loved order, and a membership which we delight to remember In the most loving and tender way. Resolved, That in the loss of our beloved brother, our lodge has sustain ed a great loss and the living pres ence and sincerity will be missed by our entire membership, while the community will feel the absence of a most worthy man, a devoted father and loving husband. Resolved, That a copy of these res olutions be spread upon the records of this lodge and the secretary be in structed to send a copy to the wife and family of the deceased brother. R. E. GARRISON, W. A. SHEETS, M. W. SCHUMACHER, • Committee. Memorial to Soldiers. BOISE.—There is absolute unanim ity in the legislature on the subject of a piemorial for Idaho's soldiers, dead and living. There is a disagree ment, however, as to the form of the memorial. The house has passed a bill ap propriating $60,000 to be divided among the counties—about $1000 each—providing each county put's up ! as much as it receives for a memorial, j It is contended by some that this money will be frittered away without memorials of attractiveness and of enduring nature being procured. ! These argue there should be a een j tralized effort on a few dignified me 1 morials in general subdivisions of the 1 state instead of application effort and ] money to a lot of small statues and I tablets. I Feb 3 —-Rel-^-Enternrise State 1 Bank to Chas E Funk r-m 2 12 18 i Rel—Huber Mfg Co to Nicholas Olson, c-m 8-19-18 Nicholas ! C M_Tames H Dm tn State Rank 'S? wnHnoin ^Moscow I ÎÂf WîU Äs™ 1 " : ° n same to'aame, $ saine, 19 herses. C. M.—R. Medlock to A L Ran w n r 4 m , $1^13^6 Onawa^ * * M d Rarnbo ' Rel.— T. H. Sturdevant to Aaneas Borntrager, r-m 3-6-17 AppointmenL-G. O. Stillwell, dep uty assessor. Mtge— E. E. Ankeny to Moscow State Bank, $2,000, due—Lots 3 4 SW1-4 NW1-4 (less 10.76 a) ; SET-4 NW1-4 1-39-6. Mtge.—Ulysses Wesley Madison to an ■ ' - Latah County Records. W. H. Leasure, $400, due 2-3-21; S 44 1-2 ft. Lots 1 and 2 Blk 1, Beagle's Moscow. Christian Missionary Meeting. The Missionary Society of the Christian church will meet with Mrs. Cady, 403 Lewis street, Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. This is the first meeting for some time on ac count of the flu ban. Members are es pecially urged to be present, and all women of the church are invited. Be sides our regular study a special pro gram is being prepared, instrumental ^elections and a reading by Rev. Biggs. * rnmwf/ Qko %ê[œmùhancL Come right ini We're glad to extend the hos pitality of our store and service to demonstrate to you the Victrola Let us play for you the Victor Records of your favorite selec tions. And of course you'll want to hear the newest songs and latest hits! No trouble on our part; no obligation on yours. Drop in to-day! SHERFEY'S BOOK-STORE "The^Home of the Victrola andJEastman Kodaks." < [T i