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Who said "Bill" Hart's blood was cold?
"Breed of Men" proves that this doughty Westerner has a heart
through which flows a flood of romance as warm as any man's
See what chances he takes for a girl in
above all things, see the last chance he takes, when the blood runs
to his face, and he asks THE BIG QUESTION!
There are a hundred scenes to make "Breed of Men
while—but that climax!!! See it
Breed of Men" and,
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TONIGHT—MARGUERITE CLARK in "Little Miss Hoover'
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Weather—Idaho—Tonight and Fri
day, probably rain, cooler.
J. T. 'Watkins of Salmon, Idaho,
was a Moscow visitor yesterday.
P. A. Rowe of Pullman was in the
city Wednesday.
W. M. Cave of Cerro Grande, Idaho,
is touring the Palouse country.
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■Special on back bones, -6 lbs., for a
quarter. Hagan & Cushing.
Mrs. J. P. Vollmer of Lewiston, who
has been the guest of Mrs. Warren
Truitt since Monday, left yesterday
for Spokane to visit her daughter,
Mrs. Hopkins.
William S. Van Meter, the five-year
old son of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Van
Meter, has nearly recovered from his
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recent sickness.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Estes and Mr.
and Mrs. Corliss McElroy motored
Cpra yesterday to visit at the home
Alvah Strong.
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Special on back bones, 6 lbs., for
200-3
quarter. Hagan & Cushing.
W. M. Thompson and son of Troy
were in Moscow yesterday.
Attorney Eugene A. 'Cox of Lewis
ton is in Moscow on highway busl
ness.
Mrs. Chas. Shields left this after-;
noon to siiend the week end at Lew
Iston.
, Seed beans, strictly "Little Navy
for sale at 8c per pound. Moscow
Hardware Co.
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Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Nelson and Mr.
Mattie,
Randall and daughter, .Miss
will leave in the morning by automo
bile for Winchester, Idaho, to visit;
their daughters. Miss Elsie Nelson,
who is a graduate of the University
Idaho, is teaching in the high school
at Winchester. Mr. Randall's daugh-i
ter is Mrs. John Stevens.
In the federal court today Henry
Jess of Lewiston was adjudged not
guilty by the jury. Jess was tried on
charges of helping his two brothers
evade military duty.
Your photo, a gift money can't buy.
East
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James Eggan, photographer.
Third St.
Dr. G. M. Miller left today to de-]
liver commencement addresses at the]
high schools of Southwick and Gene
see.
Mrs. Wm. Smith of Palouse is shop
ping in Moscow today.
Mrs. Howard Mason, recently of
Payette, arrived in Moscow yesterday
to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.
L. White.
Before selling your Hogs, Cattle,
Veal or Mutton, call phone 7 and get
our price. Hagan and Cushing Co.
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Pres. Bindley left this morning for
Coeur d'Alene to deliver an address.
Mrs. John L. Drew, northeast of
Moscow, went to Howell today to vis
it her sister, Mrs. Joe Glaser.
The Department of History of the
Historical club will meet with Mrs.
Peterson on Friday ,.May 23th. Each
member please bring some item con
cerning the world war.
Margarite Clarke in "Little Hoov
er" at the Orpheum tonight. The re
ceipts go for the benefit of the Home
Economics department. Y r ou are in
vited.
The-Alumni Association of the Uni-j
-sity of Idaho calls the attention of
its members throughout the state to
commencement week at the University
beginning June 8, and announces the
alumni banquet, for Tuesday evening,
It is to be hoped that many}
of the former students will be able to
attend the eommencçnjçpt address
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June 10.
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Wednesday, to he given by Pres. Aur- ]
elin Henry Reinhardt of Mills College, |
Calif.
Don't forget that the Home Econ- [
otnics department has the Orpheum
theatre tonight and that great favor-
ite of the American public, Margarite
Clarke, will be seen in her great hit,
"Little Miss Hoover." The receipts
go to the Home Economics depart-
ment. See a good show and help the
girls who need the funds to carry on
their splendid work.
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W. W. P. Men in Moscow.
D. L. Huntington, president; W. E. [
Coman, general manager, and J. F. !
Farquhar, commercial agent of the :
Washington Water Power company,
were in Moscow a short time today.
Mr. Coman recently assumed the
general management of the com
pany, coming to Spokane from Port
land, and Mr. Farquhar recently be
came commercial agent, succeeding
Mr. Osborne. The party is making a
to
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THE BIG SONG SHOW
75c - $1.00 - $1.50—Plus Tax
Seats Now Selling—
Some of the clever "ponies" with the big musical novelty "My Soldier
Girl" coming to the Kenworthy Theatre Saturday night, May 24.
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GETS VERDI(T FOR $49,30(1
AGAINST MILLING COMPANY
After midnight the trial jury of the
federal court, after deliberating over
two hours, rendered a verdict in favor
of Ira D. Cardiff et al, against the
Lewiston Milling company for the sum
of approximately $49,300 for failure
to fulfill a contract on buying evap
orated potatoes.
Today the case eff the United
States against Henry Jess of Lewis
ton, is being tried, Jess being charged
with aiding another to avoid registra
tion for military service. The parties
were his relatives. George and John
This case was tried last De
Jess.
j ceniber but the jury disagreed,
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' returned last evening from Camp Rus
sell, Wyoming, where he was muster
; ed out.
Mr. Otness was about a year over
Arthur Otness Reaches Home.
Arthur Otness, son of John Otness,
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WHERE EVERYBODY GOES"
TONIGHT AND FRIDAY
A Combination Impossible to Beat
—THE STAR—
THE AUTHOR
ZANE GREY
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THE SS
stationed with a Seattle unit about
100 miles south of Paris. Robert Ger
lough was with the same unit, as well
as a son of our former townsman.
Buhl Rawsou. This hospital was
built for 1500 patients, but often had
to accommodate 3500. The Seattle
people sent over three automobiles
for the use of the convalescents.
Air. Otness landed in New York,
April 20th.
Suggestion for a Camping Trip.
Buy a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic
and Diarrhoea Remedy before leav
ing home. As a rule it cannot be
obtained when on a hunting, fishing
or prospecting trip. Neither can it
be obtained while on board the cars
or steamships and at such times and
places it is most likely to be needed.
The safe way is to have it with you.
(M.)
Read The Daily Star-Mirror Want
Ads.
tour of the towns in which the com
pany has power and light plants, for
the purpose of permitting Messrs
Coman and Fdrquahr to get ac
quainted with the towns, the country
and the patrons. "We are delighted
to find things in such splendid con
dition," said Mr. Huntington. "The
crop prospect is fine and everything
looks prosperous and Moscow is sec
ond to no place \ye have visited."
The party left for Genesee and Lew
iston and will return to Spokane via
Pullman, Colfax, Thornton and Ro
salia. They are traveling by car.
Gold Hill School (loses.
Friday, May ICth. marked the close
of a very successful term of school
at the Gold Hill school.
"Neighborhood Dinner" was served
at noon in honor of the teacher, Miss
Leah Smith. The afternoon was spent
in playing games, in which both young
and old took part.
In the evening one of the best pro
grams ever given in the community
was enjoyed by a large audience. A
May Pole dance was one of the at
tractive features. After the program,
games were played and later dancing
was enjoyed.
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Champion Fish Story.
Latah county opens
with the first fish story.
Rowe, who is teaching at Park, in this |
county, has written her parents that a
few evenings ago Jeff Thompson. 11
year-old son of T. A. Thompson, went
to a branch of the Little Potlatch and
smallest
the season
Miss Iris
the
caught five salmon,
weighing
pounds.
in the evening,
of Miss Rowe and the Thompson boy's
sister to take the fish to the Thomp
Now watch C. B. Green.
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9Va and the largest
This was done after school
It required the help
son home,
who is apt to start for the Thompson
place without a moment's notice.
Clean Up Notice.
Notice is hereby given to all res
idents to clean up and remove from
their premises and alloys all objec
tional and unsanitary accumulations
before June 1st, 1919.
DR. LEITCH.
Health Officer
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For the love of snakes Ade
line, how can you make your
shiny ?
know I could
of shoes
shoes so nice
Gwendolyn, you
never make a pair
shine like this and would not
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and I have
Mother
attempt,
the Porter at the iv
Moscow Hotel
our shoes
H ow ?
Barber Shop clean
once every week,
you leave them there?
this kind of a shoe.
Do
.No not
We have
them cleaned right on our feet
but we do leave our fancy shoes
there became i; takes longer
to clean these. 1 cm inclined
to think the said Porter will
be worried with.a new custom
er real soon. Ke undoubtedly
must have declared war on bad
looking shoes. Actions speak
louder than words.
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for the hostess
Madam, if you would win the
approval and applause of your
friends, serve them RAINIER
SPECIAL. This is the accepted
guest beverage. Produced by an
exclusive process... Has a flavor
all its own—excelling any de
scription. With or without food,
it is always welcome—to all.
And, being practically predigest
ed, you can drink your fill with
none of the usual soft drink dis
tress. Each bottle contains two
glassfuls. Use the phone now to
order for your home a case of
the soft drink that really satis
fies.
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Rainier Products Company, Seattle, U. S. A.,
Manufacturer of Rainier Special, Raini
Malt Rainier, Rainier Cereal, Syro and .
Denatured Alcohol.
Bock,
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LEWISTON MERCANTILE CO.
LEWISTON, IDAHO, Distributors
The Ranier Products Company relieves retailers and consumers of the necessity of paying Revenue Taxes on
Rainier Beverages by paying ALL taxes thereon direct to the Government.
S o much like coffee
* "tKat *tKc change is
easy wKen one finds that
coffee disagrees.
Instant Postum
is a rich,tasty beverage,
absolutely free from caf
feine .
Ab Hoilinçf'No T4 bsLe,
Requires Less Sutfar.
"Tberes a Reasons
For a YVeak Stomach.
As a general rule all you need to
do is to adopt a diet suited to your
age and occupation and to keep your
bowels regular. When you feel that
you have eaten too much and when
constipated, take one of Chamber
lain's Tablets.
(M.)
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Bill Hart at Orpheum.
AVIio'n "Big Bill" Hart donned eie
ning clothes for that rip-roaring Art
craft picture, "Branding Broadway"
all his admirers marveled at his
versatility.
But though everyone was pleased,
there were some who mourned. "It's
a fine picture," they said, "but—gee!
we hope it doesn't mean 'Bill' is go
ing to drop the. Western stuff for good
and
all."
And that did scare us. For though
we liked "Bill" to show he could do
other things, after all, he was our
idol because he was the spirit of the
West to us the West that tradition
held was the real West.
And now comes "Bill's: latest pic
ture, which you can view at this the
atre beginning tomorrow.
And it's the same old "Bill' in a
brand new Dill ! A Western picture
it. is—and "Bill" is a cowboy and a .
sheriff, too. We know you'll be gjad I
to welcome him back.
Yours sincerely.
THE ORPHEUM.
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PHONE 242 FOR
A. L. RANSOM
No. to
ItEPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE
' in the State
of Idaho, at the close of business May 12,
RESOURCES
State Rank, at Mosc
A lose
Cash or
Due fro
heeks ami Drafts »
.$ 13,412.94
21,322.29
1,924.96
863.04
397,462.83
1.298.31
. 114,750.00
(tanks
other
>1 lier Cash
Inns
I Discounts
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'Stocks, Rond
kin«
d Warrant;
Ik
Oat
H<
3,700.00
io,ooo!on
Fixtures
Other Resource
r.
debtedm
. . . .$564,762.58
Total....
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Individual deposits subject to
■hcck $296,461.27
. 139,358.92
. 83.468.79
. 56.9f>
. 519.345.94
'in#* Deposits .
Certificates o
Checks .
Total Deposits
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25,000.00
10.000.00
Capital Si
Surplus
Profits, (css _ ,
.. . ..ml taxes paid .
Payable, including obligations
ey borrowed ..
filed
410.64
Rills
10,000.00
representing
. . .$564,762.58
of Latah, ss.
»f the ahove
il >ovt
ledge
Total.
STATE OF I DAI I
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Cashier
Whittier.
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May. 191b.
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Notait Public.
CORRECT
Attest ;
S. !.. WIE I, IS
C. 1!. GREEN,
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