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THE PARAMOUNT THEATRE
LAST CHANCE TONIGHT
BILLIE BURKE
—m—
"THE MAKEBELIEVE WIFE"
and "SOCIETY STUFF," an amusing 2 reel comedy
FRIDAY ONLY
Pauline Frederick
in "A Daughter of the Old South" and Harry Loyd Comedy
SATURDAY—BIG "BILL" HART in "SHARK MONROE" a late
Artcraft Production
CitpNeWs
Weather—Idaho—Tonight and Fri
day, rain.
Mrs. A. Keller of Colfax visited
Sunday with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. H. Gustafson.
Mrs. Cyrus Robert and son, Harold
of American ridge visited yesterday
with Mr. and Mrs. Lester Roberts.
The Altar Society ladies will give
their annual Eäster ball, Monday,
April 21, at the K. C. hall, university
orchestra.
Miss Lieby, of the department of
domestic economy of the university,
attended the Smith conference at
Berkeley, Calif.
Mrs. Arthur Hampton of Genesee
and her sister, Mrs. Everett Paris
of Lewiston were shopping in Moscow
yesterday.
The general meeting of the His
torical club will be held at the club
room Friday at 2:30. It being good
Friday, just a business session will
be held. All members are urged to
attend.
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R. J. Anderson of Juliaetta was in
the city yesterday on business.
G. D. Hodge went to Lewiston to
day.
Attorney G. W. Suppiger returned
today from Wallace where he appear
ed as attorney in condemnation pro
ceedings against the O.-W. R. & N.
.Co. in the district court of Shoshone
county.
The Keuworthy will give a matinee
for grade pupils only, Friday at 4.
Admission lie.
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Dr. and Mrs. John Riley of Cotton
wood are visiting in the city. Dr.
Riley returned home yesterday and
Mrs. Riley is the guest of Mrs. T.
Keane.
Prof. J, C. Muerman, who for many
years was superintendent of the Mos
cow city schools, is now visiting in
the city, among his former friends
and pupils. Mr. Muerman is now in
the educational work at Washington,
D. C. and is traveling in the interest
of school gardens.
«, Prof. C. B. Wilson of the agricul
tural 'department of the university,
returned yesterday from Berkeley,
California, where he has been attend
ing a Smith-Hughes conference.
Thos who left on the noon train
at attend the Masonic banquet at
Lewiston were Mr. and Mrs. Eldridge,
Mr. and Mrs. Jenkins, Mr. and Mrs.
McDaniel and Mr. Hickman. Miss
McDaniel will give a reading as part
of the program. Those who expected
to go by automobile this afternoon
were Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Miller, Mr.
and Mrs. Frost, Mr. and Mrs. Bold
ing, Mr. and Mrs. Clark, Dr. Steven
son and Miss Jones.
Everybody likes to laugh. See Tom
Mix in Six Cylinder Love at the Ken
worthy tonight and Friday.
Mr. änd Mrs. Rudolph Kluss of
Genesee were in the city yesterday.
Born this morning to Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Edgley,' a daughter.
The Home Missionary society of
the Methodist church has set apart
Friday, April 18 as a day of prayer
for schools, colleges and firesides.
The local chapter will hold a meet
ing at 2:30 in the afternoon in the
basement of the church, for which a
good program has been arranged. All
are cordially invited.
Mrs. C. W. Booth of Nezperce and
Mrs. W. A. Keeney of Troy are visit
ing their sister, Mrs. Earl Sawyer.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Gilchrist and
daughters, Virgil and Sibyl of Blaine
were shopping in Moscow yesterday.
A. B. Town of Spokane ts visiting
with Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Carson on
east A street.
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Tom Mix nights at the Kenworthy.
Tom Mix in both pictures. Mr. Logan
U. S. A. and Six Cylinder Love.
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Hull of Ken
drick were visitors in Moscow today.
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Warren Gano arrived today from
. Spokane to visit his brother, Frank
Gano,
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Leonard and
little son, Tommie of Pullman visited
today with Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Moore.
Miss Myrtle Sampson entertained
a number of her friends Monday,' giv
ing a shower in honor of Miss Clarice
Moody. A two-course luncheon was
served with decorations in pink and
white, pink carnations making the
center-piece. Those present were
Mrs. Guy Wolfe, Mrs. M. Price and
the Misses Skattaboe, Mickey, Willis,
Richardson, Brown, M. Moody, Nay
lor, Thatcher, Sampson and C. Moody.
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Frost of the Ida
Jio Garage, left for Lewiston this aft
in an Oldsmobile car, taking
ernoon
some friends with them, for the trip.
J. F. Stenstrum of Spokane, repre
senting the Blackwell Motor company, j
distributors of Nash cars and trucks, <
is in town today visiting the compa
ny's local agent, A. S. Frost, of the
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WHERE EVERYBODY GOES
TONIGHT AND FRIDAY
Shows—2 - 7 - 8:45
THE DAREDEVIL OF THE SCREEN
TOM MIX
—in—
Mr. LOGAN, U. S. A.
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A Drama of Love and Thrills
—also—
"SIX CYLINDER LOVE"
A Two-Reel Comedy Riot, with
TOM MIY
■ As the Star of Both Pictures
ALL SEATS 22c
A Special Matinee' for Grade Children Friday at 4—11c
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT
The Foremost Star in Picutres
NAZIMOVA
—in—
EYE FOR EYE
MONDAY AND TUESDAY
An Artistic Triumph
Mr. Stenstrom
Idaho Garage.
a Nash six cylinder, 65 horse power
car from Palouse this morning,
record time, despite the slippery
dition of the roads.' He says the
factory is doing a great business
the close of the war.
Before selling your Hogs, Cattle,
Veal or Mutton, call phone 7 and
our price.
Hagan and Cushing
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GIVES WIFE ADLER-I-KA
"My wife was pronounced incurable
by physicians unless operated (com
plicated bowel trouble). I began giv
ing Adler-i-ka and she is improving.
I shall continue until she is cured.,,
(Signed) J. H. Underwood, Marion,
Ala.
Adl«r-i-ika empties BOTH upper
and lower bowel flushing ENTIRE
alimentary canal. Removes ALL foul
matter which poisons system. Often
CURES constipation. Prevents ap
pendicitis. We have sold Adler-i-ka
many years. It is a mixture of buck
thorn, cascara, glycerine and nine
other simple drugs. S. L. Willis,
druggist.
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DEAN MAKES US
FOR SANDPOtNT FARM
Saturday, where definite plans were
made for carrying on farming work
Dean E. J. Iddings of the College
of Agriculture, and Dr. P. P. Peterson
of the soils department, visited the
sub-station farm at Sandpoint last
for the coining year. An apiary is to
be established.
Thirty acres now covered with
stumps and remains of tree trunks
will be cleared. It is hoped within
another year to have the farm at
Sandpoint, consisting of 170 acres, al
most entirely in shape to utilize
When ultimately cleared, it will con
gjgt 0 f gq acres of farm land and 90
acreg 0 f pas ture
The farm land will be laid out in
10 acre fields, so that a four year
tation of crops suitable to the Sand
point region may be put into opera
tion.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
The great benefit derived from the
use of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
has been gratefully acknowledged by
many. Mrs. Benjamin F. Blackeney,
Decatur, Ill., writes, "Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy is by far the best
medicine for colds and coughs we
have ever used in our family. I gave
it to my children when small for
croup and have taken it myself."
PRAISE FOR IDAHO
BY MINING EXPERT
Idaho's vocational training course
for miners at the Morning Mine was
investigated recently by A. C. Gallen,
for and
sentative of the federal bureau for
vocational training,
professor of mining engineering in
the West Virginia University, where
his department has given much. at
tention to class-room instruction to
employees in the coal mines of West
Virginia. He was accompanied to
Wallace by Francis A. Thomson, dean
of mining vocational training, under
whose general supervision the system
is being tried out.
Accoring to a Wallace paper Mr.
Callen was quite enthusiastic over
the things he saw and the progress
of the class. He stated that his ob
servations had convinced him that
this first experimental class would
be followed by the adoption of the
system in other districts, and that it
would eventually raise the standard
of efficiency in the mines resulting
in advantage to both employes and
employers.
Mr. Callen suggested in an inter
view, that arrangements should be
made for a night school, or day
school if more convenient, in which
members of the class and others in
terested would receive lectures on
practical mining subjects, with black
board illustrations and demonstra
tions. A class of this kind is now
maintained in his department of the
West Virginia University.
in
Mr. Callen is
get
Wash That
Itch Away
There If nbsohitely no Bafferer from ecrern«
Who ever need the simple wash D. D. D. and
did not feel immediately that wonderfully
calm, cool sensation that comes when the itch
is taken away. This soothing wash penetrates
the pores, gives instant relief from the most
distressing skin diseases.
D.D.D
THE CORNER DRUG STORE
Nothing's '
ever wrorlj^
with mij
tummy
saijs

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♦ POINDEXTER FLIES TO
♦ BREMERTON NAVY YARD *
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* BREMERTON, Wash.—Unit- *
+ ed State Senator Poindexter ar- *
+ rived here safely by airplane ♦
+ from Seattle shortly before noon +
* today. The trip was made from *
+ Seattle to Bremerton in 15 min- *
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Are You Happy?
To be happy you must be well. If
you are frequently troubled with con
stipation and indigestion you cannot
be altogether happy. Take Chamber
lain's Tablets to correct these dis
orders. They are prompt and effect
ual, easy and pleasant to take.
A
IS?
"The Terrible Meek."
A play by the author of "A Ser
vant in the House" will be given in
the Guild hall Friday, 8 p. m. No
charge for admission, no collection.
This play will be presented by Mrs.
Conwell, Prof. H. T. Lewis and Rev.
W. H. Bridge—not as a reading,
is a remarkable study of the Passion
and will be treated in a religious
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spirit, as a part of the Friday
devotions.
Other Good Friday services at St.
Mark's church at 10 a. m. short serv
ice and address. From 12 to 3 p. m.
three hours' meditation. (Come in
any time to spend a quiet half hour.)
A series of meditations on the "Seven
last words" will be given by the rec
tor. At 4 p. m. there will be a spe
cial service for children.
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Latah County Records.
Wednesday, April 16, 1919.
Rel.—Farmers
Union . Warehouse
Co., Troy, to J. W. Jones, r-m 12-23
16.
Rel.—Nicholas Olson to same, r-m
6-14-11.
Rel.—Same to same, r-m 1-14-10.
HEADQUARTERS FOR NO. 1
HARNESS
OILING AND REPAIRING
HARNESS
Full line of TRUNKS and
SUIT CASES
go to
J. N. FRIEDMAN
HARNESS SHOP
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TO THE VOTERS
OF MOSCOW
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PRESENTED
WITHIN THE TIME PROVIDED BY LAW, A PETITION WAS
AND RECEIVED BY THE CITY CLERK ASKING THAT THE FOLLOWING
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NAMES APPEAR ON THE OFFICIAL BALLOT FOR THE COMING ELECTION:
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INDEPENDENT TICKET
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J. G. GIBSON
MAYOR
J. R. STRONG
CITY CLERK
. H. B. MICKEY,
GEp. E. HORTON
GEORGE STEWART
ED. COLLINS
COUNCILMEN, 1ST WARD
COUNCILMEN, 2ND WARD
.CARL SMITH
CARL ANDERSON
COUNCILMEN, 3RD WARD
THE CITY CLERK STATED THAT THE PETITION WOULD BE FILED IN
DUE COURSE, UNLESS HE WAS ADVISED BY THE CITY
TO THE CONTRARY. THE CLERK NOW STATES
ATTORNEY
THAT HE HAS BEEN ADVISED BY MR. PICKETT THAT THE
TICKET SHOULD NOT BE FILED.
THE POSITION TAKEN BY THE LEGAL END OF THE PRESENT ADMIN
ISTRATION MAKES IT NECESSARY FOR THOSE WHO DESIRE THAT THE
PEOPLE OF MOSCOW BE PERMITTED TO VOTE THEIR CHOICE FOR THE
AMERICANS
CITY OFFICERS TO GO INTO COURT TO SECURE THIS RIGHT.
DO NOT LIKE TO BE DENIED THEIR RIGHT TO VOTE FOR WHOEVER THEY
UNLESS THE COURT
PLEASE BECAUSE OF LEGAL TECHNICALITIES.
FORCES THE ABOVE NAMES ON THE OFFICIAL BALLOT, THE VOTERS OF
MOSCOW WILL HAVE TO GET OUT THEIR LEAD PENCILS AND USE THEM
ON ELECTION DAY.
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that you, along with Tom, Dick
and Harry and most everyone
else in town, bring your cars
here and want them all fixed
up that day.
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Please don't make it necessary
for us to say that to you. Help
us by helping yourself.
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Your Car—
We'll Do
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instead of next month. Then
we can have time to do a real
overhauling job for you. .And
we'll do it right.
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Crippled Youth Went Two Mile* for
Fear of Being Frozen
to Death.
Pueblo, Colo.—With death from
freezing staring him In the face and
suffering from a broken leg, Roland
Devore, sixteen years old, .crawled two
miles to a neighbor's home to obtain
assistance.
The youth had been on an errand
and was on horseback. The horse fell
and crushed the boy's leg. A foot of
snow was on the ground and the wind
was bitter cold.
Knowing that he would freeze to
death If he remained, the boy dragged
himself along with bis hands and
arms and pushed himself with the leg
that was not broken. Several times
the pain overcame him and he sank
exhausted into the snow. The skin on
his hand was worn off and the flesh
bleeding when at last he reached aid.
How is Your Complexion?
^A^woman^shouldgrow^more^bea^
tiful as she grows older and she will
with due regard to baths, diet and
exercise, and by keeping her liver
and bowels in good working order. If
you are haggard and yellow, your
eyes losing their lustre and whites
becoming yellowish, your flesh flabby,
it may be due to indigestion or to
a sluggish liver. Chamberlain's Tab
lets correct these disorders.
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CALL FOR BIDS
Notice is hereby given that the Board of
f Kendrick,
April
Trustees of the Methodist church
Idaho, at a meeting of said Board
18, 1919, will open bids for the construction
of a church building to be located in Kendrick,
Idaho.
Anyone desiring to go
specifications will please sec John F. Waide at
- the plans and
In's office in Kendrick.
Bids must be properly sealed, marked and
f the Board not later
ith the Secretar .
'clock P. M. on April 2«, at which
time and hour said bills
The Hoard
good ami sufficient 1
: of :ny
right to reject ai... -
Dated at Kendrick, Idaho, this 16th day of
April. 1919.
Fill .1
eight
tin
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ill be ope
; the right to require
ids for the faithful per
tracts awarded, and the
■ and all bids.
JOHN F. WAIDE,
Secretary Board of Trustees.
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