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CANNIBALISM is supposed to be
thing of the past, nevertheless a short
time before our visit to this island
ship was blown ashore,
of the neighboring islands told us of
columns of smoke arising, signs of
feasting, and the ship's crew of eight
men have strangely disappeared. Can
. nibalism is by no means dead.—Martin
Johnson.
The natives
Martin Johnson's
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Photographed at
file risk of life—
The most astounding picture of its
kind ever screened—one of the most
sensational and refreshing pictures of
the year.
FOUR-PIECE ORCHESTRA
THREE SHOWS DAILY—2, 7:15, 8:45
ORPHEUM
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Tonight and Saturday
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Weather—Idaho—Tonight and Sat
urday, fair aid! .colder in the north
and southeast -with killing frosts to
night.
W. B. Kjosness iwout: to Lewiston to
day, where 'he and Sir. 'Groniger
conduct a meeting fey tthe .farm bureau
of Nez Perce county.
Mrs. E. A. Rundetl lhas ueturned
from Montana and Is vjfiiting her
mother, Mrs. R. M. White.
Mrs. Wm. Grant, recently rorf -Crane,
-Oregon, and Wh*a Is noiw viMiting her
. parents, Mr! and Mrs. Ç. D. At'lrite of
Potlatch, Is in Mieeco-vv today.
A. Desnoyer went to Dayton, Wjtsb.,
(On business today.
Dainty-Dresses, Klmonas and Petti
.ooats for babies at Bracfcert's.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bressler of Gen
«see were visitors in Moscow yester
day.
Mr .and Mrs. Ernest Preston of The
Dallas, Ore., are visiting Mr«. Pres
ton's cousin, Mrs. Wm. Lee.
Mrs. Howard David entertained a
few friends at bridge this afternoon
in honor of Mrs. Ernest Preston.
Mrs. A. E. Gisness was in Mos-1
cow this morning on business. Mr.
and Mrs. Gisness formerly lived in
Moscow but now conduct the Sweet.
Shop at Troy.
Girls'
Aprons,
Dresses,
Dresses and Bloomers at Brackert's.
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W. G. Murphy of Fallon was a bus
iness visitor in Moscow today. -
House
Mrs. D. Greer and daughter of Troy
have been visiting Mrs, Greer's daugh
ter Mrs Fred Gray of Moscow.
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Mr. and Mrs. R E. Garrison wen l
to Juliaetta for a few days visit.
Mrs. Wayne S. Snoddy will enter
tain the Presbyterian young women of
,
the university Saturday afternoon at an
The guests number
Informal party,
about 45.
Phone us your order for French
Pastry. We deliver. Empire Bakery.
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Rev. James Dickson of Stites, who
- Is in Moscow attending the Sunday
School convention, is a guest at the
home of Rev. and Mrs. W. S. Snoddy.
The Pythian club was entertained
yesterday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. G. W. Wilson. A pleasant after
noon was spent, refreshments were
served.
Mrs. J. Grossclose and Miss Brown
of Juliaetta were shoping In Moscow
yesterday.
Saturday, at the
French Pastry,
Empire Bakery.
Mrs, B. P. Griffith and Mrs. G. M.
Miller are entertaining the A. K. E.
fraternity this evening at the home of
Mrs. Miller. ■
Rev. W. S. Snoddy will preach this
evening at Genesee,
evangelistic services are being «held.
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Smithwick of
in Moscow today.
ICC.
where union
near Genesee were
Attorney B. C. Boom left today for
Kendrick and Juliaetta on a short
business trip.
Miss Verl Oliver and brother, Geo.,
arrived yesterday from Orotino.
Mrs. Chas: Sutton has gone to Cham
pion, Alberta, to join her husband,
who is farming in Canada.
Before selling your Hogs, Cattle,
Veal or Mutton, call phone 7 and get
Hagan and Cushing Co.
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our price.
We have for sale few tons Early Alaskan Peas. These would
make good seed. Above shipped here by seed and produce house
for us to sell.
Come and see them as price is a bargain.
MARK P. MILLER MILLING GO.
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WHEN A WOMAN SINS
ALL SEATS 22c
SATURDAY—Matinee and Night
Be Sure to See
TOMT MOORE
in His First Picture as a Star
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JUST FOR TONIGHT
A Light Comedy Drama
iMtatt & Jeff
Pathe Review
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COMING MONDAY
A Monster 8-Act Production
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By
Helen Hunt Jackson
Wilmer Bolles is In Spokane for a
few days on business.
B. C. Coffey returned last evening
from a business trip to Spokane.
A A. Crow made a short trip to
Kendrick this week to visit relatives.
Soldiers. Don t forget to attend the
meeting to organize all men who serv
g( j - n tbe bj-ajjchgg 0 f ^e service, at
Chamber of Commerce hall, over the
Orpheum, Sunday at 2 o'clock,
The Women's Union of the Baptist
me j- w jth Mrs. James Wilson
for their monthly business and indus
trial meeting Wednesday afternoon.
There were about 12 members present
and many plans were laid for the
work of the coming year. •
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3rape=Nuts /
.»■ice each day
Then you're sure
of your quota of
much r eded
whole grain
elements in diet
A wheat and barley
blend designed for
health __
The Sons of Democracy will meet
Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the
Chamber of Commerce
by-laws will be adopted and officers
elected.
rooms. The
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Soldiers Meeting, Chamber of Com
merce hall,
o'clock.
Sunday afternoon at 2
Every man who served in
army, navy or marines is urged to be
present.
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"Pigs Is Pigs."
One seven months old pig ♦
+ brought in by Carl O. Grendahl 4*
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1+ the top price of 18 1-2 cents, +
♦ amounting to $49.96, seems to +
♦ be about the maximum of sue- +
♦ cess in hog raising.
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MISS U. S. BATH TUB
Yanks in Russia Long for Home
Conveniences.
Russian Steam Baths Can Be Obtained
Only With Much Diffi
culty.
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soldier of the |
expedition !
misses the American 'bathtub and its i
simplicity and frequency. He Is an- j
noyed at the ceremony and difficulty 1
Archangel. — The
American north Russian
undergo a
bath. Only In the homes of
wealthy in the cities, and rarely.
ever, in the villages, Is It possible
The Russian bath Is a steam bath,
in an air-tight room, where water
thrown on a stove to make steam. The
bather then douses liimself liberally
with buckets of wafer after perspiring.
Some of the Americans, fortunate
enough to he in permanent billets
barracks built by the engineers, have
their own modern shower baths, but
those in the villages patronize the Bus
sian institution.
In Archangel there .are two bath
houses each having accommodations
for a hundred or so customers In the
steam room, but there are only two
private rooms with tubs and showers
" , th f, bathhouses and these are
r 78 adVanCe by ° ffiCer3
and soldiers.
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One of these private rooms Is really
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a suite, as elaborate as If it were In
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tended to accommodate a guest for a
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week, Instead of for the brief period
or a bath.
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Soldier Returning From War Finds
HI# Family Dead—Brain
Is Affected.
find a bathtub or a shower.
Philadelphia.—From factory to fac
tory and from plant to plant, for the
last ten weeks, Roy W. Miller, former
soldier In the United States army, has
been seeking for news of his wife,
who was formerly Miss Romaine Hum
mel of Lancaster, Pa., and his year
old-son, Roy Weitzel Miller.
He has been unable to find them for
the reason that both are dead. The
nlneteen-vear-nld jnotliec and tho fhllrt
PHONE 7
YOUR SATURDAY'S
MEAT ORDER
FANCY SPRING LAMB
VEAL ROASTS, PORK ROASTS, BEEF ROASTS
LINK SAUSAGE, SPARE RIBS
This is your last chance to obtain Fancy Mild Sugar Cured
Picnics at 26c per pound—lay in a supply. They are the cheapest
meat on the market today.
Cold Storage Market
219 Main Street. Phone 7
$140 WORTH
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Y ES, this is what we are offering you during
our special Palmolive sale. You secure a 60c
jar of Palmolive Vanishing Cream, a 30c can of
Palmolive Talcum Powder and four full size cakes
of Palmolive Soap at a straight saving of 51c.
Every woman needs this assortment — every
wdman wants to save that 51c.
And we want to acquaint all our customers with
these great Palmolive specialties.
We invite you to call at our s'ore and suggest
that you do not delay. Palmolive is always popular
and a sale brings crowds. Thus you would be dis
appointed if the supply should not hold out.
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perished together in the influenza epi
demic, when Miller was almost on his
way home from Europe.
When Miller heard the news he was
| unable to believe it, and he does not
believe it now.
Physicians say his
! brain has been affected. There Is a
j dark spot in bis consciousness, which
apparently may never be filled.
He is harmless, friendly, honest and
j able to make a living. But when he
! gets together a few days' pay, he be
' gins his hopeless round among the fac
; tories and (lie mills.
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Paris.—Forty-two French gen
»•*< eral-s were killed in the war, an
official list states.
Five of them—-Generals Bri
K doux, Loyseau de Grandmaison,
MaVtoJ, Guignabaudet and Mas
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I and the other 36 were brigadier
If j tj generals, although at (he time
to | they met their death they were
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i command of divisions.
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Washlngton.-The Young Men's
Christian association carried the red
tri le , nto camps atul tren ches
abroa( , at a cost of 57 llves> accordin)î
tQ a statement issue(i by the nationa
war work council of the y. M . C. A. Of
thege fatalItit . s 39 were due to disease
the remaInder to shell Are. bombs.
I gas fever, drowning and wounds. Tea
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There were 5o nonfatal casualties
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training areas and leave areas.
- Sixty-three of the workers at the
I front were decorated for bravery, ami
j 152 received official recognition for
distinguished service.
Y" WORKERS GAVE LIVES
Fifty-Seven Secretaries and Assistants
Died in the Service During
the War.
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MARKETS
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The following market quotations
are the prices paid to the producer
by the dealer and are changed daily,
thus giving the public the accurate
quotations in all classes of grain,
produce and meats.
Hay and Grain.
Wheat, Marquis, bulk.
Wheat, Bluestem No. 1, bulk,
net, delivered to warehouses 2.07
Wheat Bluestem No. 1, sacked
$ 2 . 10 %
net, delivered to warehouses 2.16
Wheal Hcrtyfold, No. 1, bulk
net, delivered to warehouses 2.07
W neat, Fortyfold, No. 1. s'k'd
net, delivered to warehouses 2.16
Wheat, White Club. No. 1. bulk
net, delivered to warehouses 2.03
Wheat, White Club, No. 1. s'k'd
net, delivered to warehouses 2.15
Wheat Red Russian, No. 1, blk
net, delivered to whses. 1.97 2.03
Wheal Red Russian, No. 1 skd
net, del. to whses... .2.06% 2.12
. ...5%c|now
....35cJon,
.65c|giner
. .. .55c
.76c!
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[email protected]
[email protected]
No. 1 Feed Oats, sacked, per
cwt. net. Delivered to ware
houses .
No. 1 Timothy Hay, per ton... .$30.00
White Beans, per pound
Produce.
2.50
Eggs, ner dozen .
Butter, creamery, per lb
Buttei ranch, per lb ...
Polar es, I er cwt.
Yeung Chickens, per lb..
Hens, live wt.
Old Roosters, per lb ....
Hogs, live wt., light, lb. 16%@17%
Hoes, live wt.. heavy, per lb. [email protected]%
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No so very long ago, the banker merely loaned
money.
Today he is loaning judgment and experience in
addition, and without cost.
The modern banker anticipates the needs of his
customers in obtaining information and statistics
relative to business which may develop his com
munity.
Feel free to consult our officers about your finan
cial affairs.
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Paint Makes Housework Easy
Bare, unfinished floors require almost daily scrubbing.
Paint makes scrubbing unnecessary. Dirt, grime and
grease clean perfectly from this smooth, hard surface
without the back-breaking work of scrubbing.
acme quality
FLOOR PAINT
gives a durable, non-absorbent, sanitary finish for floors
and for any inside surface to be walked upon.
It is inexpensive and easy to apply—a quart is enough
for one coat on the average kitchen floor.
The Acme Qualtiy Painting Guide Book tells all about
painting, varnishing and waxing floors—what to use, how
much will be required and how the work should be done.
Free at our store.
COLLINS t ÖDLAND HARDWARE CO.
MOSCOW, IDAHO
Hogs, dressed, heavy, per lb. ,[email protected]
Hogs, dressed, light, per [email protected]
Veal, live wt., per [email protected]
Veal, dressed, per lb.
Spring lambs, per lb..
Mutton, per lb.
. [email protected]
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Call For Bids on Concrete Sand For
Septic Tank.
The Sewer Committee of the City
Council of Moscow, Idaho, will re
ceive bids on approximately 350 cubic
yards of concrete sand, to be delivered
at the location for the new septic
tank, near old rock quarry on Uni
versity farm.
Sand must conform to specifications
on file at the office of the City
I Engineer. Samples of sand to be bid
must be submitted to the City En
previous to the time of bidding.
B'ds will be received up until 5 p. m.
on Tuesday, April 16, 1919, at the of
flee of the City Engineer.
The Sewer Committee reserves the
right to reject anv and all bids.
H. J. SMITH,
City Engineer, Moscow, Ida.
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