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ORPHEUM
SESSUE
HAYAKAWA
in
u
THE
CITY
OF
DIM
S
FACES
99
A story of a man and a girl who
were gripped by a bond as firm
the wall of China itself; but one was
white atid one was- yellow. What
wonderful drama it makes!
And "Call the Cops," 2 reel comedy.
NOW—TONITE!
COMING FRIDAY and SATURDAY
MARY PICKFORD in "JOHANNA
ENLISTS"
Paramounts of Course.
f
Cit^Xet*
Derwin Lang of Davids' grocery de
partment, has resigned his position
and will leave next week for Mon
tana where he will engage in farm
ing.
Did you ever eat a loaf of our
French bread ?
satisfaction. The Empii-e Bakery.
10 cents worth of
150-tf
.Mrs. Niels Madsen of Blaine left
yesterday for Portland for a visit
a few weeks.
Miss Myrtle Triplett left today for
Bremerton, where she has a position
as stenographer in the office of the
commandant of the Puget Sound Navy
Yard.
County Attorney Nlsbet went to
Spokane yesterday on business.
For French bread call Main 260.
We deliver. Empire Bakery. 150-tf
Mrs. W. H. Hill, who celebrated her
birthday last evening, was given
surprise party by a number of her
Refreshments were served
friends.
and a very pleasant time had by all.
Mr .and Mrs. J. R. Naylor, north of
Moscow, were in town today.
Miss Florence Bielenberg, who has
been in Moscow for sometime, return
ed to her home at Genesee today.
Joe Mraz went to his farm at Colton
today.
New Silk Petticoats—Taffetas and
Jerseys that wear—$3.96 to $8.76.
The Fashion Shop. 151-2
Miss Sibyl Gilchrist of Linville, is
visiting a couple of days with Miss
Anna Smith in Moscow.
Mrs. L. T. Harper of Troy was in
Moscow this morning.
Mrs. Robert Smith and Mrs. M. 3.
McPherson of Palouse were shopping
in Moscow yesterday.
Miss Martha Laws went to Seattle
today for an extended visit.
What is a table daintily spread
without a loaf of our French breaed ?
150-tf

Mrs. W. H. Hill went to Lewiston
today for a short visit:
Mrs. Wilkins, agent of the railroad
at Princeton, was a visitor in Mos
cow
the first of the week.
Mrs. H. Leusing of Palouse was a
Moscow visitor yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Knepper from
north of Moscow were in Moscow to
day.
Fantasai, Kumsi-Kumsi and Dew
Kist are the new silks for Spring
Skirts—We have them in clever new
styles. The Fashion Shop. 151-2
The family of W. G. Murphy, north
of Moscow are all sick with influenza.
Miss Lulu Condell and brother, Ed,
of Driscoll Ridge are In Moscow to
day.
NOTE THESE PRICES FOR
Flour and Feed
at Flour Mill.
$51.00
49.00
54.00
52.00
67.00
39.00
Steam Rolled Barley, per ton, sacked
Dry Rolled Barley .
Steam Rolled Oats, per ton, sacked
Dry Rolled Oats ..
Shelled Corn, per ton, sacked.
Mill Feed "mill run" per ton, sacked
Strictly good baled alfalfa hay, one bale or ton at. . 26.50
Full car lots less
Dry Red Fir and Tamarack Sawed Wood, per cord,
delivered .
he
to
be
9.00
7.50
Pine Wood, sawed, per cord
Ask for our flour at stores at following consistent prices:
Hard Montana wheat flour, sack.
Bluestem Patent Flour, sack .
In Bbl. lots 20c per bbl. less. Many others ask
more but they are not worth it.
2.80
2.70
Above prices save you 15 to 25c per sack on flour. We
guarantee every sack of flour. Money refunded at any
store if not in every way satisfactory. , Why pay higher
price and freight for any other?
MARK P. MILLER MILLING CO.
KENWORTHY
WH "RE EVERYBODY GOES
ust time tonight "HEART OF HUMANITY"
1
THURSDAY—MATINEE AND NIGHT
FRIDAY—MATINEE AND NIGHT
CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG Mac Marsh
'
in
in
"THE
IV O M A N
"HIDDEN
FIRES
SAVAGE
SHOWS
SHOWS
2 - 7 - 8:30
2 - 7 - 8:30
:
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ANNETTE KELLERMAN is Coming
SATURDAY NIGHT
j
NOT A PICTURE
iB
A Big Road Production of One of
the Biggest Successes of Recent
Years. Show Goes Direct From
Here to Spokane, A Big City
Show Brought to Your Own Home
Balcony $1.00 — Lower Floor $1.50—Plus War Tax
r
4
ft
SEATS NOW SELLING
Dr. W. H. Lillibridge, who had
tumor removed at the Inland hospital,
yesterday, is getting along nicely.
Dolman Coats are the rage—Styles
absolutely assured for the com
Big new shipment
151-2
are
of)ing ? al1 ®® as ° n -. .
^st in. The Fashion Shop.
Oscar Selland, who has been visit
ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ole Lel
iland. returned to his home at Galata.
Mont., today.
Remember Maud Powell, violinist,
at the University Auditorium Satur
day evening, April 5th. 152-3
Mrs. Rose Wilton and her sister,
Miss Ora Smith of Princeton, are vis
and Mr. and
Mrs. Corliss McElroy for a few days.
Reserve seats for Maud PowelPs re
cital now on sale at Hodgins', 75c.
la2-3
Oscar Otness, son of O. C. Otness,
returned last night from Quantico.
Va., where he was in the service of
Mr. Otness entered the
service last July and has been part
of the time at Mare Island.
Mrs. C. M. Barthalf is visiting her
daughter, Miss Hazel Barthalf, one
of our city teachers.
We pay highest market price for
all kinds of live stock. Hagan and
Cushing Co. Phone 7. 152-tf
Mrs. Wm. Whitson is a Moscow vis
itor for a few days, at the home of
Mrs. David Urquhart. Mrs. Whitson
was formerly Miss Nora Phillips and
lived here in her early childhood days
and grew to womanhood here. She
here with her parents in 1876.
She is now living in Seattle, having
moved there a number of years ago.
The boy scouts
Before selling your Hogs, Cattle,
Veal or Mutton, call phone 7 and get
Hagan and Cushing Co.
152-tf
the marines.
came
with their scout
our price.
master, F. D. Hawley, hiked into the
country last evening for a campfire
supper, after which the evening was
spent in story telling and games.
Scout Percy Gray from troop 16 of
Seattle was received Into the troop.
The Phi Delta Theta fraternity are
conducting the initiation of 16 new
They are
members this afternoon,
giving a banquet this evening includ
i ng all mem bers and alumni as guests.
Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Bessee went to
Spokane this morning, where Mr. Bes
see is taking eye treatment.
It is strictly against the City Or
dinance to shoot air guns inside of
city limits and the law will be en
forced. Chief of Police. 151-2
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föü
J'BI'-'l
'Why
Do 1 Use
Klenzo?
1.5
Because it
makes my break
fast taste better I"
No stale
mouth—no hot,
harsh tongue.
Bat the Cool
Clean Klenzo
Feeling that
lasts so long.
Carry home a i
tube of Klenxo j*
today.
■ *
H*xaJU
L»»oouc't^
THE OWL DRUG STORE
S. L. WILLIS, Proprietor
Store
The
Clerk-Carrier Examination.
The U. S. civil service commission
announces that an examination will
be held at Moscow, Idaho, postoffice,
for clerk-carrier, on April 26, 1919.
This examination will be held to es
tablish an eligible register from which
selection may be made to fill vacan
cies in the positions of clerk and car
rier in the Moscow, Idaho, postoffice.
Both men and women will be admitted
to this examination. Age limits 18
to 45 years of age on the date of the
examination. Entrance salary $1000
ier annum.
Application blanks and information
n ay be obtained by applying to Sam
uel P. Hall, local secretary, Board of
U. S. Civil Service Examiners. Mos
Idaho, or to the secretary, 11th
cow,
S. Civil Service District, 303 Post
office Building, Seattle, Wash.
Johanna Enlists at Orpheum.
She lives on a lonely farm, does
Mary Bickford in this picture, and
then the soldiers came.
Never a beau before and now lov
A hardy aristocratic cap
tain, a handsome lieutenant, and a
peppery private! Who gets her? Bet
you can't guess. The private kn'ows
is heavily handicapped and calls
the lieutenant "a piece of cheese"—
which naturally gets .him introduced
the guard house, followed by a
court martial. The captain is the pro
secutor in the case, but cupid addles
the brains of everybody concerned .
. . . and eventually Mary Pick
ford rides away on a gun carriage to
married.
ers three
"Turn to the Right."
Love, laughter and thrills predom
inate in "Turn to the Right," the sen
sational comedy-drama success of last
comes here on Saturday, this week, en
route to an opening engagement on
Sunday at the Auditorium, Spokane.
"Turn to the Right," while it
bristles with clean fun, its underly
ing theme of mother-love gives it a
tremendously wide appeal. The play
is to be presented with the New York
company, exactly as it ran for thir
teen months in New York.
Joe Bascom, the erring boy whose
footsteps are guided homeward after
seven years of wandering, by the
light in the parlor window, placed
there by his mother, is a type com
mon to every small town in America.
The play opens with his release from
Sing Sing and his meeting with two
former pals, Slippery Muggs, a pick
pocket, and Dynamite Gilly, a safe
robber. He rejects their proposals
concerning a certain safe in the
Bronx and announces his intention of
"going straight."
Young Bascom walks to his old
home and arrives there to find that
the mother and young sister are
about to have the little farm taken
from them by the village Shylock, to
whom they owe $125 for groceries.
Quite accidentally Muggs and Gilly
happen along and Joe unfolds the sit
uation to them. The money-getting
proclivities of the two crooks are put
to quick use and the debt is paid with
money "borrowed" from the skin
flint's own safe. An instant later he
is "frisked" and the money is re
stored .to the safe without his being
the wiser.
With the farm saved, the three
busy themselves harvesting the peach
When concerted into Mother
crop.
Bascom's justly celebrated peach jam
the crop brings rich returns and
through the Christian influence of the
white-haired old lady the boys are re
stored to lives of honesty and use
fulness. Joe is eventually exonerated
of the crime for which he was sent to
prison and three love romances find
happy culmination in the final act.
Seats on sale now and at the same
prices as Spokane. Seattle and
land turned crowds away ever per
»a
->
Grape-Nuts
contains foe min
eral elements of
the drain so nec
essary for well
balanced bodies,
brains £ nerves.
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3
p
'■ .
Clever New
Suits
at $29.75
Box Models, Russian Blouse Models, Belted Models and Semi
tailored Styles—faultlessly tailored—from fine serges and
all wool Poplins. Plain and Braid Trimmed, some with fancy
vests. Suits that are worth much more than the price we ask.
SPECIAL—$29.75
"WHERE PRICE AND QUALITY MEET'
formance. Phone or order your seats
at once. Phone 343.
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CONTRIBUTION BOX


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Moscow, Ida., March 26, 1919.
Mr. Editor: I ask permission to
protest against an attack made on me,
by Guy W. Wolf, in yesterday's issue
of this paper. Mr. Wolf quotes the
law as follows: Section 2259 of Idaho
Revised Codes provides: 'It shall be
the duty of such treasurer of such
towns, cities and villages to cause
to be published, for at least one in
sertion in some newspaper within
said town, city or viliage, between
first and second Mondays of January,
April, July and October of each year a
full statement of the receipts and
penditures of said town, giving the
source from whence receive«, TO
WHAT PURPOSE APPLIED and
whom paid.
This quotation is probably correct,
He then proceeds to state that almost:
a year has past since a report of this
kind has been published and there
fore concludes that the treasurer is (
subject to criminal prosecution and
would Infer that 1 have violated the
law, failed to do my duty.—in short
that I am a crook. All right Guy,
get busy if you think you have à case
Port-(against me.
However, since this matter has been
so violently brought to the notice of
(lie public, I desire to say, that so
far as I have any knowledge of the
facts in regard to the publication of
the report mentioned by Mr. Wolf, I
am one of the very few city treasur
ers in the state of Idaho, if not the
only one, who has ever attempted to
compile such a report for publication
or otherwise.
seeming negligence probably
from the fact that there are certain
things required to be shown in the
report that are no part of a city
treasurer's record and can only lie ob
tained from the records of the city
thejclerk. In spite of this, however, be
cause 1 have had access to the clerk's
records at all times, I have been en
ey-labied to get, the data needed and have
cempUed the report regularly from
jthe time that arrangements were made
publication, until the present time
land such reports are now on file in
my office subject to inspection by all.
I have lived in Moscow 3] years and
Iso far as 1 know this is the first time
that my integrity as an officer has
been called in question,
know the reason for this attack and I
hope that the good citizens of Moscow
will investigate this matter and find
out whether I have given any cause
for it or not.
The reason for (his
arises
I do not
L. T. HAMMOND,
G't.y Treasurer.

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