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New Seasonable Styles IT IS OUR PLEASURE TO ANNOUNCE AN ADVANCED DISPLAY OF BEARJTIFUL, SEASONABLE MODELS OF HENDERSON Corsets Faskion Form They are exquisite examples of conspicuous and original designs, created for every type of figure and they have many distinctive features well worth your consideration. The excellent assortment of styles that will predominate this season will permit us to fit you with a Henderson Back or Front Laced Corset correctly, satisfactorily and in a manner that we believe will have your highest com mendation. YJ m V ÂTÏ ■I : /■ ■-V [V / PRICES RANGE FROM $2.26 and up. You are cordially invited to inspect the latest offerings. The Parisian Arrivals Daily in Suits, Capes, Dolmans and Dresses ) LARGE ATTENDANCE, MANY OUT OF-TOWN PEOPLE PRESENT, AND MUCH INTEREST At the Latah County Sunday School convention held In Moscow today (Fri day) and this evening at the Christian church, there are nine schools repre sented. The sessions are well at tended and much interest is shown by those interested in the work. At the morning session a number of the problems that confront Sunday schools and teachers were discussed. At the afternoon session Chaney, Y. M. C. A. secretary, gave a Bible study message. E. C. Knapp of Spokane, superintendent of the In land Empire association, gave an ad dress on "A World View of the Sun day School." The following officers of the La tah county association were elected for the coming year: J. G. Eldridge of Moscow, president; Miss Ruth Hall of Potlatch, vice president; Corliss McElroy of Moscow, secretary-treas urer; Mrs. T. S. Cady of Moscow, ele mentary. Clinton Wilson of Moscow, secondary: W. M. Duthie. of Troy, adult; Rev. L. A. Crown of Genesee, administration; Dr. R. C. Faust of s. J. Other delegates in attendance from Rev. James Dick out of Moscow are son of Stites, Mr. and Mrs. Narum of Blaine. J. H. Horton of Cedar Creek. Idaho, Mrs. A. L. Davis and Mrs. O. F. Nurse of Juliaetta. Mr. Newman, Mrs. Chambers of Potlatch, Miss Estella Smith, Mr. Jesse. Burgess, Mr. Eric Oiler of Troy, and Rev. and Mrs, Thompson of Albion, Wash. This evening the Rev. James Dick and Superintendent E. C. Knapp son will speak. ■m Mrs. Wolfe Entertains Club. The Merry-Go-Round Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Guy Wolfe. April games were the feature if the afternoon and when the April club met FREEDOM FOR YOUR FEET r You cannot work or play with freedom if your feet are ag gravated by Spring heat. For feet that are sore and tired there's nothing that will bring quicker relief than NYALS EASEM Handy to use—just shake in yonr shoes. Price—25c If your foot worries come from the more serious complaint af corns you should use NYALS CORN REMEDY This is a harmless preparation that removes the corn every time. Price—26c The Comer Drug Store Where Quality Counts' |C. E. BOLLES, Proprietor) I shower fell it come as a surprise to Miss Clarice Moody, who sat under the umbrella, in the form of a kitchen shower, Mrs. Matheny was a guest of the club. All members were pres ent except Mrs. "Waiter Town, who is reported as slowly improving from a serious attack of rheumatism. r • PROBATE-OISTRIGT CIVIL DISTRIBUTED SUITS FILED AND DIVORCE CASE IS STARTED ESTATE In the probate court before Judge Nelson a decree of distribution has been entered in the estate of Eunice The distribution, which is Brannon. made under the will, embraces real property near Troy, being the S& of the NW% Sec. 2, Twp. 39-, R. 4 W. B. M. An undivided one-fourth of said property is distributed to Mrs. Virginia Quesenberry of Troy Mrs. Rosa L. Gray of Clarkston, Wash., Mrs. Etta Snyder of Hfllyard 1 , Wash., and Clarence Brannon. In the case of the Inland Hide & Junk company against H. Cohen, the plaintiff moved for the dismissal of the action and the discharge of the at tachment, and the action was dlsmlss ed. In an action of Leon L. Larrabee of Genesee against Archie R. Newcomb it is alleged there is due the plaintiff three different causes of action, account $208.70, and the plaintiff asks for judgment in said amount with interest and costs. In the district court a suit for di vorce was Allister of Juliaetta against Elmer O. McAllister. The charges in the case are cruel and inhuman treatment. The couple were married in Labette coun ty, Kansas, in 1904. and there are two children for whom the mother asks the custody.. on î n instituted by Ethel M. Me f if y ou have coffee troubles. You'll note better health : ~Th*n's a firason" ; CUBES BY WIRELESS United States Navy Surgeon Has Unique Experience. But It Is Eclipsed When Six Doctors, Miles Apart, ■'Attend" Confer- I ence at Sea. New York—Diagnosing and success ' fully treating a case of Illness on a I ship 100 miles away without seeing \ his patient was the unique experience ; of Lieut. Commander A. E. Younie of ; Portland. Ore., senior surgeon of the ! docked here ; I transport Sierra, which recently. A few days later, however, this episode In naval surgery was eclipsed when six doctors, evenly dl- 1 vided between the transports Seirra J and the Powhatan, "attended" a con-1 ference regarding an outbreak of In- j fluenza on board the latter vessel, j though they were separated by fifteen miles of water. In the first instance the wireless telegraph was used ; in [ the Second, the wireless telephone. While the Sierra was In midocean it received a radio from the captain of j the British ship Pollac, saying that a member of his crew had been sudden- ; ly taken ill and that he was In a criti- | The advice of sur- 1 geons in the Sierra was asked. Though the Sierra was 100 miles away from the Pollac, Commander Younie took the case. By wireless all symptoms of the i sailor's malady were reported and by j wireless Commander Younie pre-1A scribed treatment. Reports of the ; sick man's condition wer<r' sent by i radio hourly for two days thereafter. ; At the end of that time he showed : marked Improvement, and when last heard from was recovering rapidly. cal condition. MISS GOULD AS A DANCER : i A * i \ 'V A \x & X ❖ ;■/ wk A -, •< X : ? t ♦> I : X ♦î» : %■ % Éâ - '■ - i m i » Ï ■//<; Miss Gloria J. Gonld, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Gouid, displayed great talent as solo interpretative dancer at a dance recital given in New York for the benefit of the Belgian children made orphans by the war. MAN SURVIVES BROKEN NECK Lieut. John A. Logan Injured When His Airplane Fell—One of Few Cases. Camp Sherman, Chllllcothe, O.— Lieut. John A. Logan, U. S. A., of Cleve land, Is one of the few men who have sustained broken necks and is still alive to tell the story of how it hap pened. The lieutenant is in the base hospital here, and attending surgeons say that he will enjoy life for many years to come, despite the broken neck. Lieutenant Logan, an aviator, sus tained the Injury while on duty In France. He went up one day over the Vosges sector and engaged several German planes. A piece of shell from one of the enemy's guns put his motor cut of commission and the officer was forced to volplane. He lost control and had the prefer ence of diving on a house or landing on the ground. He chose the latter, and when he was dragged from the wrecked machine it was found that be had received only a few slight scratches. He rejoined his squadron, being able to walk, but that night bis right side became paralyzed. Sur geons made an examination and it was found that Logan's neck was broken. W.S.C. DRAMATIC PRODUCTION WELL RECEIVED IN "Y" HUT "The Maker of Dreams," a one-act play, was presented by the Wash ington State College at the univer if iX : ♦i« : ♦i« : : X X ♦I« V : Copyrlrht 1919 Th* House of Kupp«uh« im«c : : A : il ♦I« : : X ❖ * 1 w ❖ V A I : W X A : : M: ♦I« *f : : !* I ■> : ^ fa s?s! 'V X V A ^ J %,♦ A fa X X ' • : : : : : 2 V y fa X V A A Î V A fa J : ss A X : X : : V..' ♦> m X : : : : A ^ J *** fa X A X V A fa J iip : M m V . A m i g : . ; J. J f A > : ♦i* X He Distinguished Himself in the Service of His Country : ♦I« I ♦I« : ? : X ♦I« : : KUPPENHEIMER CLOTHES : : have distinguished themselves in rendering a higher type of clothing service, offering at all times longer, wear, the newest and most forceful stylings, and little refinements that only the most clever and expert tailoring can give. NEW SPRING MODELS BRIMFUL OF LONG-WEARING SERVICE I X X : X : X DAVIDS J 5 : X X "THE MEN'S AND BOY'S OUTFITTERS" : : a sity "Y" hut last Friday night. This, play was procured thru the coopéra tion of Mr. Chaney and Mr. Frank Hauser, the "Y man, pices a secretary at Pull and was given under the aus of the Y. M. C. A. The play exceptionally well done, and is was to be commended especially, says Mr. W. H. Bridge, on account' of the fact that it was prepared in a very short The same performance was time. given by an Idaho cast last year. Mr. Addison, who played "Pierrot,' some clever pianologues. gave FROSH GLEE MAY THIRD The Frosh intend to give the Glee May 3rd, with no intention of post ponement, declares President Abe Goff. The following committees, ap pointed earlier in the year, are still in charge of it: General committee chairman, Ralph Davis; music, Gibson Stalker; punch, Evadna Roberts; program, Abe Goff. English Club Postponed. The English Club meeting schedul ed for Wednesday, April 9, was post poned until next Wednesday. committee has not yet an The program nounced its plans, but promises an entertainment of the usual English Club standard. FRIDAY and SATURDAY Specials 0-Cedar Mop, $1-25, special O-Cedar Oil, 50c, special ... 0-Cedar, OIL 25c, special. . No. 2 can Pure Apple Butter, per can 7 os. Prepared Mustard.. 7 oz. Prepared Mustard Horseradish. 8 o*. Salad Dressing. YOU WILL ALWAYS FIND A FULL LINE OF FRESH VEGETABLES. $1.10 15c 15c 40c 16c 20c 20c PHONE 36 Washburn & Wilson PHONE 36 j Abe Goff was elected president of I the freshman class for the third Abe Goff, Frosh Chief. I q uar ter at a Frosh meeting held last week. The other officers chosen were Maurice Jackson, vice-president; Florence Allebaugh,. secretary, and Joel Priest, treasurer. Jackson Returns. "Tom" Jackson, 2nd lieutenant in fantry, has returned to school this quarter and will graduate in June from the School of Forestry. Jack son is one of Idaho's star gridiron warriors and captained the 1917 team. Marion Chubbuck, '21, has been called to her home in Blackfoot, Ida ho, because of the death of her broth er, Ralph. Chi Delta Phi gave a reception Wednesday evening in honor of Mrs. Jinnett. The School of Forestry and De partment of Horticulture are prepar ing landscape plana for the public school grounds of Lewiston, Idaho. Mrs. Jinnett, district president of Kappa Alpha Theta, visited Chi Delta Phi Wednesday and Thursday. Miss Grace Taggart, ex-'20, was a guest at the Delta Gamma house last, week. Read The Daily Star-Mir Want Ads. When ordering Bread from your grocer insist on BUTTERNUT LOAF Handled by All Groceries Our Bread and Pastries are Home Made—Like mother used to make Eledric Bakery Le Roy Pressnell, Prop.