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'WHERE EVERYBODY GOES" TONIGHT in DAY DREARS The ups and downs of cup id, also Lyons Moran Comedy—Iron Test 22e lie T HUR Sf) A Y -F R I D A Y The sensation of two continents > ! d that shocked Paris to its The story of an ambiti A tragedy foundations, ous woman. Super Feature in Seven Acts 22c 11c SATURDAY Big Comedy "TO FAT TO FIGHT' Coming DUSTIN FABNÜM in LIGHT OF WESTERN STARS By Zane Grey Watch For MARY PIC'KFORD In Dady Long Legs CitjpXeuls Idaho — Tonight and Weather — - . Thursday, fair; warmer in south and northwest tonight. Continued warm Thursday. Dr. J. A. McDaniel has returned from Lewiston where he attended the State Dental meeting. Mrs. Emma Havens and daughter, Ollie, went to Spokane yesterday. Howard Staples and De Vere Franc have just returned from a trip to the C °ï wedding ceremony was perform-j ed by Rev. Wayne S. Snoddy at noon MP today, uniting in marriage Clifford Oscar Augir and Milly Hayes of Pa louse. Harold Decker left yesterday for Potlatch, where he will work for the summer. Born, June 3, a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Lynne F. Rietze. Before selling your Hogs, Cattle, Veal or Mutton, call phone 7 and get Hagan and Cushing Co. 152-tf Mrs F. A. Fenn of Kooskia, Idaho, visitor yesterday in Moscow. F. H. Skeels of Wallace is in the city today. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Nelson of Blaine left today for Eugene, Oregon, our price. W was a Fresh Beef Is Cheaper /d WATCH THIS SPACE DAILY 12'/*c RIB BOIL, PER POUND. POT ROASTS, PER POUND. CHOICE STEAK, PER POUND... BEST CUTS STEAK, PER POUND 17 to 20c 22c 25c OTHER CUTS ARE LOWER IN PROPORTION. Cold Storage Market 219 Main Street. Phone 7 T I where they will remain, after living 37 years on their farm, which they recently sold. A patriotic program was given by the Freshman class of the High School Tuesday afternoon, which was well rendered. The junior class won the $10 prize for the best program of the four classes. Mrs. John Nelson of Troy was in ; the city today on business. j D. W. Greenburg of Wallace was I a Moscow visitor yesterday. A. P. Ramstedt, former auditor of ( Latah county, is one of the guests ; of the Chamber of Commerce. Mr. I Ramstedt is now located at Wallace. In Creighton's window is given a i fine display of beautiful dresses made I by the girls of the Economics de i partment of the High School. There will be a music recital Fri at 4 o'clock in the All The Home Economics of the Uni versity will hold an exhibit, June 6 from 2 to 6, p. m. An ai't exhibit will be on display in room 304 on the same day. Mrs. E. A. Graham and Mrs. Mc Gillan of Peck are visiting their sis ter, Mrs. Perry Carter. Mrs. Gra ham's infant son is very ill at the hos pital. J. G. Gibson went to Spokane yes terday with a car of cattle containing 40 head, that he and his men had bought around Moscow and Princeton country. Mr. and Mrs. A1 Roberts and Mrs. Walter Taylor of American Ridge are day, June 6 auditorium of the University, are invited. Seed beans, strictly "Little Navy" Moscow 196-tf for sale at 8c per pound. Hardware Co. the in the city today. Mrs. P. C. Winson returned last evening from a visit at Seattle and Walla Walla. Mrs. John Kendall of Spokane has been visiting a few days in Moscow with her daughter, Miss Jean Kendall of the University and Mrs. E. Mac Martin. The largest and most complete vul canizing plant in the west. We have (the Gates Half Sole agency, and all accessories goes with plant, a snap and good business for some one. Globe Tire Shop, 605 S. Main St., Moscow, Idaho. The Pine Grove school east of Mos cow, will have a picnic on Thursday, June 12 at the school. Everyone is invited. The P. E. O. society of Pullman pic niced yesterday in the Moscow park, celebrating the anniversary of their organization. The commissioners of Highway District No. 2, are starting a'crew of men to work on the Frazier road east of town, under the supervision of S. E. Monahan, district engineer. Mrs. Maud Woodworth Reeves will be in Moscow, Saturday with a pop ular line of graduation gifts, reason ably priced, as well as a few things in needlework. Display at the Paris ian. 212-6 212 m ELSA VOSS WINS DAVID GUP WS Elsa Voas won the David cup from Jeannette Sholes in two sets of fast games played yesterday. The result was g —4 6—0. Elsa Voss and Mar for the garet Byrns, the finalists H , c wi jj lliee t as soon as the The two series of girls' singles in tennis for the David and the Hays cup bave developed a great deal of enthusiasm among the girls of the Four rounds were sch University. eduled for each cup. Elsa Voss, whose name was last year engraved on the Hays' cup, now on Idaho's trophy shelves, will have her name engraved on the David cup this year, but graduating this year, she cannot permanently possess the cup since possession requires the winning of the tournament two years in suc cession. % Read The Daily Stjr-Mirror Want Ads. I j n«m Ufllll C TUPV i f ADM j rAIU vVFiILL I lit I Lt/UlH _ HOLD SCHOOL IN MINE IN IDAHO Subterranean Studies Pursued by Pupils in Mining Work. Returned Soldiers Are Instructed In the Art and Practice of Mining Lead-Zinc On Is Lieutenant. -Teacher Moscow, Idaho.—A schoolroom 1,400 feet underground In the Morning mine at Mullan, Idaho, In which returned soldiers are being taught the art and practice of mining lead-zinc ore, Is one 0 f the latest educational innovations 0 | the University of Idaho. This work, whlcll llaiJ j )een inaugurated by the are Pressed in overalls and mining boots, and the school equipment con sists of rock drills, driven by com pressed air, or "machines," as they are generally termed in mining parlance; steel or drill lifts for these machines, picks, shovels, timber, dynamite, caps, fuses and all the other paraphernalia of those who go down to the mine in school of mines of the university, is, so far as is known, the first attempt to apply to actual underground min ing work the new system of vocation education provided for by tire Smith-Hughes act, and the experiment is being watched with interest by min ers and mine operators alike through out the Western states. The schoolroom is far under ground, and it is devoid of blackboards, books and benches. Pupils and teacher alike nl skips. Teacher Is Lieutenant Tlie teacher is Lieut. Frank H. Sheets of 'he United States army from released recently engineers, service for this work. Before going LteViU'iWr.t SkeoVs bad into the a be"t} a .nine manager and mine super intendent. to which position lie had risen after spending his life since boy hood in and about the mines of th< Coeur d'Alene district. Admission to the school is obtained by application to the federal employ ment agent at Wallace, and preference is given to returned soldiers who arc enough and bright enough to young lie teachers. The work in band is what is known drifting—that is. driving a horizon tal gallery or working lengthwise of The pupils operate the rock a ■ the vein. drills in turn, studying the number of holes necessary to break out tin; pre determined section of rock, the angles at which they must lie driven to make the greatest progress with the least amount of drilling and the smallest possible supply of dynamite. In addi tion, the placement of timber to sup port a weak wall and all the various kinks of the underground trade are taught by making the student do them In actual, workmanlike fashion to pass the scrutiny of a domestic mine fore man and a lynx-eyed safety engineer. Paid While Learning. There is the more prosaic work of "mucking" or shoveling, and also of tramming the broken ore or waste to the shaft or dumping place. The young fellows who attend the school receive fair compensation for their time, as the school Is carrying on drift work by contract, and payment for explo sives and other supplies is divided pro rata among the men, the salary of the instructor being paid Jointly by the state of Idaho and the federal govern ment. While at the present time there Is school In one mine only, It Is expect ed that within the next month or two schools will be organized at each of the other four or five big properties in the Coeur d'Alene district. "Like every other novel enterprise the school has had to overcome a good deal of skepticism and passive opposi tion on the part of some of those who should be most concerned In Its es a tablishment, but this Is gradually fad ing out as the practicability of the scheme Is being demonstrated," Dean F. A. Thomson of the University School of Mines said. Applications for enrollment far ex ceed the present capacity of the school. ; Left Waiting at Church; \\ Soon Got Another Bride ! \ When his bride-to-be failed to at the make her appearance church, Joseph Solar of Harrls the disappointed Pa., burg, bridegroom, was the least dis turbed of the large number of guests assembled to witness the ceremony. "There must be some one will ing to marry me," said Joseph. Accordingly he sent out the best and several other friends man to look for another bride. Miss Teressa Ohasa, blushing and smiling, soon made her ap pearance, and the wedding cere mony proceeded. Thankful to Police. St. Louis—Tony Bvangelovlc was thankful to the police. They arrested him on a charge of carrying concealed Tony intended using the re weapons, volver to commit suicide. iS5H3 r tfE23ST' T ;ri "1 The Best Test for > : O '& If you are using some other baking powder be cause it costs less than Dr. Price's, get a can of Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder from your grocer, make cake or biscuits with it, and compare them with those made from the cheaper powder. The food will be lighter, of finer flavor and more wholesome when made with c » CREAM BAKING POWDEE Made from Cream of Tartar derived from grapes Contains No Alum— Leaves No Bitter Taste WILL MEET FOR LUST A special student and faculty as sembly will be called Thursday at eleven o'clock, final assembly of the year at which time the official "I's" will be granted to all men making them, both in athletics and debate. the formal awarding of the "I" has frequently been done on the night of the Stunt-fest. Last year the tra dition was lost in the war, but it is : hoped that it will now be revived as a regular year-end custom. All of the men receiving the ath-1 letic letter this year are members of Northwest championship teams. Hunter, Moe, Romig, Carder, Camp bell and Lindly are the Vandals who won the "I", and Richmond, Camp bell, Howard, McCallie, Mos, Perrine and Irving are the Northwest cham pfon track men to receive the hon This will be the will receive the debate "I", letters were awarded in football or baseball this year. The occasion will also be used as a farewell for Dean Hulme who will give a short address. A song written by him and dedicated to the Presi dent will be sung. As this will be the last general gathering of faculty and students, President Rettig urges all students to attend and show their spirit in the Idaho songs which will be sung. No TO GO TO WHITMAN CELEBRATION Dean E. M. Hulme will leave Sun day, June 8, for Walla Walla where he will represent President Lindley at the celebration of President Pen rose's twenty-five years of service as president of Whitman. From Walla Walla Dean Hulme will go to Chicago where he ha£ accepted a professional position. -m F+ + + + + + V + + + + + + + + + LAST MUSICALE, FRIDAY * ♦ The last students musicale re- ♦ ♦ citai of the year will be given + ♦ Friday afternoon at 4:00 in the ♦ ♦ Auditorium. The feature of the ♦ + program will be the singing of ♦ ♦ four-song cycle from "In a + ♦ Persian Garden" by a mixed ♦ ♦ quartet. Admission is free. ♦ +++++++ y ♦♦♦♦♦+♦ Sour Stomach. Can be relieved with a single dose of M. A. C., the best remedy on earth Better Than Pills For Liver Ills The reason W 9 facto as 9 Box - W) NR To night _ Tomorrow Alright THE OWL DRUG STORE nobody has told you," says the Good Judge Why this good tobac co costs less to chew. You get real tobacco satisfaction with a small chew. 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