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Buy Your Spring Suit Dolman, Cape, Wrap, Coat Dress, Skirt, Petticoat or Waist I ♦> : : SAVE SAVE : ♦> ♦ : s $5.00 to $15.00 $5.00 to $15.00 ♦> : I X : ♦> ♦ : I X AT X ♦> X DAVIDS' x f X X I in : : ♦> : X \ We wish to convey in modest terms and without exaggeration the fact that our Ready-to-Wear Department is showing a wonderful line of distinguished styles in all women's apparel—and that there is a saving of $5.00 to $15.00, on every garment. We want you to see the many becoming new styles. A : X X I X DOLMANS AND CAPES—the craze of Styledom Centers; Evora Clothes, Silver Tipped Bol ivia, Tricoline Velours and Satin and Cloth Combinations—Silk and Satin lined—a saving on every garment of $5 to $15. From the simplest to the most elaborate models. TAILORED AND NOVELTY SUITS—in blues, tans, castors, Pershing Browns, Henna and other shades ; straight up and down silhouttes, box back and latest- blouse effects. Let us save you $5 to $15 on each one. DRESSES of Printed Georgettes, Taffetas, Georgettes. Is $5 to $15 worth saving? : X : No. 43*# VtfgnjaOara ♦> : : No. 45*7 Vir4»ruo x Dare : X I X X : FISK HATS IN LAT EST STYLES—Save $1 to $3 on your Spring Hat—and have the best. Mrs. Simpson is in charge of the Alteration Depart ment and expert service is guaranteed. X X DAVIDS * »> : : : x : x : : x T -- - v ❖ ^ «RADE CHILDREN STILL UNDER INFLUENZA BAN - Owing to the fact that there have been one or two new families quar Intined with influenza each day for the last week, it will not be safe for the ban to be lifted on children of the grade school, Dr. Adair states to The Star-Mirror. As there have been no cases developed in the high school for some time, pupils of the high school will be permitted to attend Sunday school tomorrow and may attend pic ture shows if they desire, the first of next week. Dr. Adair states: "I would strongly advice against going to any public gathering where not necessary, because of the danger of causing the disease to appear again in epidemic form, and thus result in the schools being closed for the bal ance of the year. The danger still exists in Moscow the same as else where. In St. Anthony, this state, 72 cases developed in 24 hours this week, necessitating the closing of the ^chords. "There are several mothers in Mos cow's who are seriously ill with the disease, which was carried to them by their children, who contracted it in the grade schools." Flags were put up yesterday as follows: Hills, 246 North Washing ton; Barcherman, 220 North How ard. Each family has two cases. There continues to be a number of cases in families where the flags are Btill up. Pershing Reports ,V»00 Missing, WASHINGTON.—General Pershing reported to the Thursday that there are still 5500) of ficers and men of the expeditionary war department Is Your Privilege And Duty To Buy Drugs Where You Can Do The Best It When you want anything which is usually sold at an up-to-date drug shop, come in and see how well prepared we are to serve you. In such cases you may be certain that the quality is right and no less sure that the price is right, too. However, we are always glad to have you compare goods and prices. If we can give you the most and best for your money, we want your trade, if we can't we don't expect it. But we ask the privelege of always showing you what can do. we itdff,) The Comer Drug Store Where Quality Counts C. EL BOLLES, Proprietor T forces listed as missing. This total compares with the British official fig- ures of 161.800 missing and the French of 290,000. All of the 5500 names have been reported as "missing" in casual ty lists already published, the report said, Reinterments of bodies from isolated graves in the centralized cem eteries is furnishing additional iden tification, in a number of cases, and for this reason the records of the gave registration service are being carefully studied. OBLIGATIONS OK PROFESSIONAL MEN TO CITIZENS Calvin W. Rice, secretary of the American Society of Mechanical Engi neers, will lecture to the faculty and students of the college of engineer ing and school of mines on Monday, March 31, at 2 p. m. in room 105 of the administration building. His subject is "Obligations of Pro fessional Men as Citizens." Mr. Rice has been sent through to the different parts of the country by the national societies of the engineering profes sion. He is in Spokane today where he is meeting with the engineers of that city. The University of Idaho has been very fortunate in inducing him to address its students and teachers. THORN CREEK LIBERTY CLUB HELPS REFUGEES The Thorn Cre'ek Liberty club will meet Thursday, April 3, at the home of Miss Olson for the purpose of elect ing new officers for the coming six months. The club is working for the Red Cross. A week ago they finished 10 suits of pajamas. This week they gathered used clothing for the ref ugees and delivered two large bundles at Lauder's store. They are using part of their club money to buy new material to make clothes for the refugee babies. The members who have been attending and sewing are Mrs. John Hordeman, Mrs. G. A. Carder, Mrs' Samuel Jen sen, Mrs. E. D. Nichols, Mrs. Ed. By ers, Mrs. Chas. Ebel, Mrs. Charles Peterson, Miss Jessie Brumm, Miss Beulah Osteller and Miss Bessie Olson. CONGRESS SHOULD REMEDY • DEPRECIATED BOND PRICE NEW YORK, March 28.—United States Senator William M. Calder of New York announced here today he had written a letter to Secretary of the Treasury Glass, calling attention I to depreciation of recent issues of I Liberty bonds and urging the secre tary to cable President Wilson ad- 1 vising that a special session of con- | gress be called at once so that the I situation might be remedied ! ._, , , . inifthnt nnW d +Lo XpreS u ed ^ 0pl ?i ion that unless this was done it would be impossible to obtain popular sub scnptions to the forthcoming loan, thus necessitating the taking of bonds by the banks, a situation which would he wrote, have the effect of limiting credit for general business with in jurious effects upon the country. "All subscribers to war bonds at all times are entitled to identical tçrms," Senator Calder added. "The price of Liberty bonds today selling at a discount of 6% per cent indicates that the Victory bond or not must i g yield a greater rate of interest than : former issues. If justice prevails, the holder of old issues should obtain, at least in the life of the new issues the same rate of income. If this is done, the public, I know, will respond again to the call for funds. "This fact should not be lost sight of, Secretary McAdoo requested the people of America to borrow all funds possible to buy bonds. The huge loans by banks on Liberty bonds show how well the people responded. We can hardly expect a like condition to prevail when we know the collateral value of the loans has depreciated 6% per cent." The Boise Capital News tells of an announcement bridge party given by Mrs. Ernest Noble, in compliment to| her sister. Miss Hazel Herington, the i guests being a few intimate friends 1 of the bride-to-be. The engagement I was announced by "letting the cat out j the bag"—a tiny kittten in this in stance, that told of the approaching marriage of Miss Hazel Herington to C. L. Larson of Salt Lake. The prizes were won by Mrs. Leon Simpson and Mrs. Abrams. The table was daintily I decorated with pink roses in a cut-1 glass bowl and tall pink candles in I silver candlesticks. There were seven | tables and a few came in later for tea. i Some of the guests known in Moscow I were Mesdames Marjorie Smead. Fay ( Ostneer, Jay Gibson, Bennet Williams ! and Robert Jones. Moscowjtes at Boise Affair. Army's Health Excellent. WASHINGTON.—Health conditions the army at home and abroad con 1 tinue satisfactory, according , to a re port issued yesterday by the surgeon general for the week ending March 21. The report stated there was no un usual prevalence of disease at any camp or station within the United States, and taht the non-effective list in the expeditionary forces had contin ued to decline and now was lower than similar rates in this country. * * . T RS + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + CONTRIBUTION BOX )♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦•: + + + + + + + + + ♦ * Sir: The "problem" and its "rem I ffj" -T® 1 '® ® T apti °P® d by the I *®.' * VS- f Is " s ', n you J *!: ! l^ h ° f in the Q 27th bave been dealt ^ , n ap abbreviated manner or I ®. ® vas distorted m its initial) I iiv" att ®™ pting to elucidate the " 1° it a P S° per ♦ " ï®' 1 *^ een tbe c1 ^ a . nd country popuia | f>L j I) L < J d * UCt h Ve ° f moat of th ® I lsms , tba 4 < ? lst i 11 b our countr y now, ! a contrast is drawn up between the sanity and conservatism of the coun try with the radicalism and poor lead ership so often found in the foreign districts of our cities " Kravp national npril " g * ! Ü P , ut ' , en the question is abruptly asked ' 'What is the remedy for these trouble . s? " and tbe article proceeds to outline a number of improvements purposed primarily to benefit the sane > careful thinking, conservative an d sanely judging farmer, and wom en and children in the country among wll0m " a Problem has always eixsted," for wbicb "a solution has always been needed"—a problem which "we must soly e at once." "The welfare of 0Ur P® 0 P le and the stability of government are at stake' the author. Now ' do sanity, conservatism and sane judgment breed the "isms" refer red to, or why should all the work of eliminating them be centered upon tbe "country populations?" And, if "radicalism" and "poor leadership" in y manner contribute to a "lack of Proper balance between the city and country populations" why should these escape treatment of somé kind? Frankly, are we supposed to be «eve that better school facilities "for The "agricultural classes" are prais ed for their "careful thinking" con servative good sense; for having "pro tected the democratic ideals of this country in its earliest history," and the article continues, "We must not forget to pay proper tribute to the farmer for the sane judgment he has exercised and the support he has giv en the government in moments of our concludes ' SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 9-lb. Sacks Pure Buckwheat Flour, 9-lb. Sacks Rolled Oats . Large Can Sauerkraut . Canned Corn . White Beans, 4 lbs. for. 85c A FULL LINE OF FRESH VEGETABLES SPINACH — RHUBARB — LEAF AND HEAD LETTUCE — RADISHES — GREEN ONIONS CAULIFLOWER — BUNCH BEETS — CAR ROTS — TURNIPS 70c 15c 15c 25c WASHBURN Qc WILSON PHONE 3« PHONE 36 i the farmer's children," "better roads so that (the farmer) and his fam ily can go to the village or neighbor ing city," or any other place for ad vancement, ferreted out over-supplied chamber of present day theories, to promote the interests of the rural population, can possi bly constitute a reliable panacea for the solution of a problem before which "the welfare of all our people , and the stability of our government !.are at stake?" of the I iWittcr-fisher Co. 1 i i 1 25 PIPELESS FURNACES MOSCOW, IDAHO s .^trfnsR Improved Round Oak Pipeless Furnaces and Moist Air Furnaces. Before buying see our Show Room and get our Prices. fi] |»lllllTTI||,,| l |imlrMi T L lfTr.!,.Hiiu-i,niri,7TriïF-irnTTïïïïL ■Il b r PUBLIC SALE The undersigned will offer at Public Sale on his ranch located 3-4 mile North of the City Limits of Moscow, on MONDAY, MARCH 31, 1919 Commencing at 1 o'clock p. m., sharp, the following property, to-wit: One Pea Winrower Attachment One Good 3-inch Half Truck Wagon One Good Hack One set of Double Harness One Wheel Barrow One set Single Harness One Cider Mill One bunch of 8-foot Posts One bunch of 9-foot Posts Some second-hand lumber, tools and other things too numer ous to mention. Live Stock One team of Work Horses, 12 yrs. old, weight 2200 lbs. 3 1-2 tons of Alfalfa Hay Machinery, etc. One 12-inch Walking Plow One 8-inch Walking Plow One 2-section Harrow One 6-shovel Cultivator One Mowing Machine, nearly new One Wood Revolving Hay Rake TERMS OP SALE—All sums of $20.00 and under CASH, over that amount time will be given until October 1st, 1919, on approved Bankable notes bearing 10 per cent interest from date. E. F. POCHEL Owner CHAS E. WALKS, Auctioneer Particularly so, when the "coun try population" already has attained a commendabl.v high degree of "san ity," conservatism, sane judgment and patriotic stability. Will the proposed remedy solve the problem? In other words, according to the trend of that statement, we may rely upon this method of treatment, that a man will surely recover his health, if we only have sense enough to treat his healthy neighbor. J. E. OSLUND.